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- Description of subject matter covered:
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- Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research serves as a forum for anyone working in the area of consultation.
- The journal publishes theoretical and conceptual articles, original research, and in-depth reviews with respect to consultation and its practice. The journal also publishes case studies demonstrating the application of innovative consultation methods and strategies on critical or often overlooked issues with unusual features that would be of general interest to other consultants.
- Special issues have focused on such current topics as organizational change, executive coaching, and the consultant as an expert witness.
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- Publication frequency: Quarterly, beginning in March
- Language: English
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Full texts available onlineEdit
Volume 63 (2011)Edit
Volume 62 (2010)Edit
Volume 61 (2009)Edit
Volume 60 (2008)Edit
- Wasylyshyn, K. M. (2008). Behind the door: Keeping business leaders focused on how they lead. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 60, 314-330. Full text
Volume 59 (2007)Edit
Volume 58 (2006)Edit
Volume 57 (2005)Edit
- Morgeson, F. P., Mumford, T. V., & Campion, M. A. (2005). Coming full circle: Using research to address 27 questions about 360-degree feedback programs. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 57, 196-209. Full text
Volume 56 (2004)Edit
Volume 55 (2003)Edit
- Kincaid, S. B. & Gordick, D. (2003). The return on investment of leadership development: Differentiating our discipline. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 55, 47-57. Full text