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Enhancing the Influence of Psychologists on Public Policy: Will More of the Same Do It?

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workforce, psychology, research, policy


Robert Friedman


In this article, Robert Friedman draws on over 25 years experience to address how, as a field, psychology can more effectively prepare graduate students and conduct its own research to strengthen the contribution to policy.


Friedman, R. (2005). Enhancing the influence of psychologists on public policy: Will more of the same do it? Tampa, Florida: University of South Florida, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, The Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health. Unpublished manuscript.