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Clinical Psychology

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    Johann Weyer

    Johann Weyer
    Psychological conflict and unbalanced interpersonal relationships as the causes of disorders mental. It gives a broad description of abnormal behaviors including disorders such as paranoia, epilepsy, psychosis, depression, and recurring nightmares. He argued that clinical treatment should be oriented towards meeting the needs of sick people
  • Wundt

    Wundt founds the first research psychology laboratory in University of Leipzig, Germany
  • Theodule Ribot

    Theodule Ribot
    First congress of experimental psychology
  • Francis Galton

    Francis Galton
    He designed a series of questionnaires to measure the traits and characteristics of population groups that he considered relevant, noting that people with better social and economic position tended to show greater signs of intelligence than the rest.
  • Emil Kraepelin

    Emil Kraepelin
    The first systematizer of mental pathologies, who was in charge of
    to study experimentally the mental processes of fatigue that are essential in applied psychology. In this way, these contributions began to influence the development of the clinic within psychology and enabled its development as another type
    field of intervention.
  • American Psychological Association (APA)

    American Psychological Association (APA)
    Hall and others establish the American Psychological Association (APA)
  • Freud

    Freud and Breuer publish
    Studies on hysteria
  • The first psychological measurement center

    The first psychological measurement center
    The first psychological measurement center is born in South Kensington Museum of London by Sir Francis Galton who was already beginning to interact with the first psychological tests should not be forgotten Alfred Binet, who with His ‘Intelligence Scale’ made possible a rigorous study of the enormous problem of Mental retardation
  • Witmer

    Witmer opens the first psychology clinic at the University of Pennsylvania.
  • The psychoanalytic psychotherapy.

     The psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
    Freud publishes The interpretation of dreams ,
    which provides the bases of the psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
  • Binet and Simon

    Binet and Simon
    Binet and Simon develop the first intelligence test to assess the intellectual abilities of school-age children
  • Witmer (The Psychological Clinic)

    Witmer (The Psychological Clinic)
    Witmer publishes the first issue of
    The Psychological Clinic, the first professional journal dedicated to clinical psychology
  • Lightmer Witmer

    Lightmer Witmer
    The founder of clinical psychology, who with the creation of the first magazine on the same subject released the first investigations that were being worked on in the discipline, also gave life to the term "medicine psychosomatics, in a psychoanalytic context, which introduced the perspective of functional disorders not explained by somatic diseases and attributed to this way to psychic conflicts.
  • Rorschach

    Rorschach publishes: Psychodia gnostik,
    which describes the use of a set of ink stains in the diagnosis of psychiatric patients
  • Hermann Rorschach

    Hermann Rorschach
    Projective Psychodiagnostic Tests, use of ink spots for diagnosis
  • Functions

    Clinical psychologists more frequently performed therapeutic roles in addition to the traditional psychodiagnostic role
  • Murray and Morgan

    Murray and Morgan
    Murray and Morgan published the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) for use in projective assessment of personality
  • Wechsler

    Wechsler publishes Wechsler-Bellevue IQ test, the first adult intelligence test
  • Legal recognition of Clinical Psychology

    Legal recognition of Clinical Psychology
    The Specialty of Clinical Psychology was recognized in the US through legal certification (starting in the State of Connecticut
    and successively extending to the rest).
  • Bandura and Walters

    Bandura and Walters
    Bandura and Walters formulate a social learning theory of aggression and introduce the concept of vicarious learning, which is obtained through observation.
  • Recognized in the usa

    Recognized in the usa
    The clinical psychologist was already recognized in the United States, as mentioned before, to rule
    precisely on 'mental illness', assuming that the psychological disorder has consequences analogous to the qualification of
    disease. For its part, the Court Psychologist in the Spanish Judicial system performs functions of this type.
  • Smith and Glass

    Smith and Glass
    Smith and Glass published the first meta-analysis on the effects of psychotherapy,
  • Mahoney

    Mahoney publishes
    Cognition and Behavior Modification behavior and cognition)
  • Beck

    Beck and your colleagues post
    Cognitive Therapy of Depression (Therapy of depression),
    that consolidates the development of cognitive therapy
  • Resnick

    It defines clinical psychology as a field that encompasses "research, teaching and services related to the applications of principles, methods and procedures for the understanding, prediction and alleviation of intellectual, biological, psychological, social and behavioral maladjustment, disability and discomfort, applied to a wide range of users "In addition to evaluation, intervention and research, also includes administration, teaching and consulting
  • DSM-IV

    The American Psychiatric Association publishes the fourth edition of the DSM (DSM-IV).
  • Douglas Bernstein y Richard Milich

    Douglas Bernstein y Richard Milich
    Boulder and holy trinity model of clinical psychology this is scientific research, psychodiagnostic evolution and psychotherapeutic treatment
  • Promoting Committee

    Promoting Committee
    The Promoting Commission is created to promote the specialty of Clinical Psychology.
  • Topicality

    The psychological clinic is a public institution open to the service of society, to own research, and to student training
  • Solid Field

    Solid Field
    It enters as a solid and growing field, they have established themselves as researchers in the area of ​​psychopathology, psychotherapy and behavioral medicine.