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The scientist-practitioner model as a framework for [...]
Sarah Corrie & David A. Lane
The scientist-practitioner model has been proposed as a viable basis for the development of coaching psychology, despite proving to be a controversial ideal in other forms of applied psychology. This article examines what is meant by this term and how it can contribute to the development of coaching psychology and proposes a redefinition of the model that is fit for the purposes of contemporary coaching practice.
Keywords: scientist-practitioner model, coaching psychology, science, identity, applied psychology.
Full article: Volume 5, Issue 2 pages 61 - 67
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