Rupp, D. E., & Beal, D. (2007). Checking in with the scientist-practitioner model: How are
we doing? The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 45(1),
study is a form of follow-up to consider the extent to which science is affected by practice
in psychological scientists. It was done to find out how practice affected the application of the
scientific model between entry and different levels of practice considering graduate trainees to
experienced practitioners. The population of the study was composed of multilevel and
multidisciplinary members of organizations and I-O psychological practitioners. The study
concludes that in as much as science is the basis of I-O psychological model, the practice has a
significant role and influence. The research findings complement the research questions. The fact
that there are many and increasing cases of situations whose handling requires other solutions
besides the scientific outlines. ``Psychologists are to be trained in a way that integrates science and
practice such that activities in one domain would inform activities in the other domain.” The article
collaborates with many other studies from other articles. It is outstanding that a high level of
integration should be maintained between science and practice.
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