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Should psychologists prescribe medication?
Student Name
Institution
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PROPOSAL 2
The question of whether psychologists should prescribe medication is controversial. In
the analysis, I will critically review two articles by Robert Resnick and N. Robiner, et al. In the
study, I will compare different facts regarding medical prescription by psychologists presented
by each of the authors. Moreover, I will identify and analyses the different opinions presented by
the authors regarding the critical issues.
In attempt of critically reviewing the articles, I will compare the strengths and
weaknesses associated with the pro side of the articles presented by the different authors. In
contrast, I will compare the strengths and weaknesses associated with the con side of the articles
presented by the different authors. In the write-up, I will review the credibility of author’s
arguments in each articles and explain how credible the arguments are in real life.
Lastly, I will take a stand based on the evidence and arguments from the two articles by
agreeing with either of the authors of the two articles giving reasons for taking the specific side.
Moreover, I will identify the side of the critical issue at hand does a contemporary research
support giving examples.
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References
Points, C. (2003). To prescribe or not to prescribeIs that the question?. Psychologist, 16(4), 184.
Robiner, W. N., Bearman, D. L., Berman, M., Grove, W. M., Colón, E., Mareck, S., &
hazard?. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 9(3), 231-248.
Links to the Article
http://www.critpsynet.freeuk.com/apr03resnick.pdf
https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Prescriptive-Authority-for-Psychologists%3A-A-Looming-
Robiner-Bearman/f13b00a5aeebb15fbb9ab685c60eb30422125ed5
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Running head: PROPOSAL 1 Should psychologists prescribe medication? Student Name Institution PROPOSAL 2 The question of whether psychologists should prescribe medication is controversial. In the analysis, I will critically review two articles by Robert Resnick and N. Robiner, et al. In the study, I will compare different facts regarding medical prescription by psychologists presented by each of the authors. Moreover, I will identify and analyses the different opinions presented by the authors regarding the critical issues. In attempt of critically reviewing the articles, I will compare the strengths and weaknesses associated with the pro side of the articles presented by the different authors. In contrast, I will compare the strengths and weaknesses associated with the con side of the articles presented by the different authors. In the write-up, I will review the credibility of author’s arguments in each articles and explain how credible the arguments are in real life. Lastly, I will take a stand based on the evidence and arguments from the two articles by agreeing with either of the authors of the two articles giving reasons for taking the specific side. Moreover, I will identify the side of the critical issue at hand does a contemporary research support giving examples. PROPOSAL 3 References Points, C. (2003). To prescribe or not to prescribe–Is that the question?. Psychologist, 16(4), 184. Robiner, W. N., Bearman, D. L., Berman, M., Grove, W. M., Colón, E., Mareck, S., & hazard?. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 9(3), 231-248. Links to the Article http://www.critpsynet.freeuk.com/apr03resnick.pdf https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Prescriptive-Authority-for-Psychologists%3A-A-LoomingRobiner-Bearman/f13b00a5aeebb15fbb9ab685c60eb30422125ed5 PROPOSAL 4 PROPOSAL 5 Name: Description: ...
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