4732-11-04 Subjects for the examination for a psychologist license.

Pursuant to section 4732.11 of the Revised Code the board hereby prescribes that the subject areas for the examination for a psychologist license may include, but not be limited to, the following theoretical and applied fields:

(A) Background knowledge: physiological and comparative psychology, learning, history of psychology, theory and systems, sensation and perception, motivation, social psychology, personality, cognitive processes, developmental psychology, psychopharmacology;

(B) Methodology: research design and interpretation, statistics, test construction and interpretation, scaling;

(C) Clinical psychology: test usage and interpretation, diagnosis, psychopathology, therapy, judgment in clinical situations, and ethics;

(D) Behavior modification: learning, applications;

(E) Other specialties: management consulting, industrial psychology and human engineering, social psychology, counseling and guidance, communications, systems analysis;

(F) Professional conduct, affairs, and professional ethics: interdisciplinary relations, professional conduct, knowledge of professional affairs;

(G) School and educational psychology;

(H) Other recognized topics considered appropriate by the board.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/07/2009 and 07/01/2014

Promulgated Under: 119.03

Statutory Authority: 4732.06

Rule Amplifies: 4732.06, 4732.11

Prior Effective Dates: 12/30/77, 9/1/81, 10/1/90