psychology

  1. Getting your License in New York? Here is What You Need to Know
    Getting your License in New York? Here is What You Need to Know

    The Empire State. One of the most populous states in this nation attracts an incredible number of visitors, re-settlers, and professionals every year. Psychologists are not immune to the attraction of the Big Apple. However, the laws and requirements for practicing professional psychology in New York differ slightly from others states. If you have ever thought about getting your license in New York, AATBS is here to help.

  2. The Top 10 Theories and Concepts for Cognitive-Affective Bases of Behavior on the EPPP
    The Top 10 Theories and Concepts for Cognitive-Affective Bases of Behavior on the EPPP

    Although this material is not the most emphasized area of the exam, it surfaces enough that you should plan to spend a considerable amount of time reviewing domains that pertain to cognitive-affective bases of behavior. If you map what AATBS study sections encompass cognitive-affective bases of behavior, it would include material from the following domains: Learning theory and cognitive-behavioral interventions, social psychology, and lifespan development. This material again tends to be straight-forward and asks you to know and memorize terms, theories, and stages of development associated with this material.

  3. EPPP Live Online Exam Prep Workshop
    EPPP Live Online Exam Prep Workshop
    The new course will offer 32 intensive hours of Live Online Exam Prep instruction to help future psychologists pass the EPPP (The Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology) Exam. Intrigued? Keep reading to learn more about what this course offers and how to sign up.
  4. EPPP2: Ethical Practice
    EPPP2: Ethical Practice
    Today, we’re exploring the EPPP2 domain Ethical Practice. No surprise, this portion of the test will look at your ability to functionally apply the ethics of the profession in your professional practice. You’ll need to show you can apply the profession’s laws, guidelines, and ethical codes.