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By: Brian R. Clifford

In: Applied Psychology: Research, Training and Practice

Chapter 2: Research: The Ubiquitous Handmaiden of Professionalism

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Research: The Ubiquitous Handmaiden of Professionalism
Research: The ubiquitous handmaiden of professionalism
Brian R. Clifford
Introduction

This chapter makes the case that research underpins all professional activity because change is ever-present, both in the discipline and in the level of professional expertise exhibited by the exponent of the service provided. It makes the case that although research execution is as much art as science, nonetheless certain basic considerations are present in all exploration of ...

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