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Eleven rules for a more successful clinical psychology
The recommendations put forth in the target article, “Twenty-First Century Graduate Education in Clinical Psychology: A Four Level Matrix Model” (C.R. Snyder & T.R. Elliott, this issue, pp. 1033-1054), should be regarded in the context of the large need to develop a more progressive and effective discipline. No amount of “brute force- education and empiricism is certain to solve the problems of the scope of our field identified by the authors. Eleven rules are offered and defended that may lead to a more practically and empirically successful field. (c) 2005 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.