(41.3) Susan, a licensed psychologist, legally changed her name and address. She should notify the Board, in writing, within how many days?
(41.7) A clergyman may be recognized by the Board as able to practice psychology without a license if:
His profession is based on a body of knowledge that is psychological in nature, but is demonstrably different
His profession is guided by generally accepted standards and regulated by credentials, training and proficiency
His profession has academic journals, conferences, and continuing education opportunities
All of the above
(41.8) The Board has NO authority to license, regulate, or discipline psychologists, whom provide substance abuse services. In this Commonwealth, this purview falls under the jurisdiction of the Department of Health.
(41.8) When providing substance abuse services, a psychologist trainee can be subject to disciplinary action by the Board for all the following reasons EXCEPT:
Practicing outside their areas of competence
Receiving supervision provided by an unlicensed psychologist
Receiving supervision provided by a licensed psychologist not competent to perform professional substance abuse services
Taking too many sick days off
(41.11) You have the right and privilege of calling yourself a "psychologist" only if you have:
A current license
Completed internship hours
Printed up business cards with the title, "psychologist"
Official transcripts from an accredited college or university
(41.11) Licenses expire on _____________ , of each odd-number year, regardless of the date of issuance.
Friday the 13th
(41.11) If your license is about to expire, you must submit your renewal applications by ____________.
(41.13) To reactivate an expired license, you have to:
Pay a late renewal fee (unless practicing in an exempt setting)
Show compliance with continuing education requirements
Submit a notarized affidavit identifying periods of time during which the applicant did not practice psychology in this Commonwealth
(41.26) A licensed psychologist may professionally incorporate with other licensed professionals (e.g. chiropractors, physicians, pharmacists, dentists, teachers, etc). The name of a professional corporation must be approved by the Board prior to its use.
(41.27) A psychologist may practice under a fictitious name.
Depends on the Board's approval
My cat's breath smells like cat food
(41.32) To meet the requirements for licensure, Kevin must complete his postdoctoral supervised experience. In one year, what is the minimum number of hours that Kevin must accrue to qualify?
(41.32) What percent of Kevin's postdoctoral hours must involve diagnosis, assessment, therapy, other interventions, supervision/consultation, and receiving supervision?
(41.32) Each week, no more than _______ hours but no less than _______ hours of postdoctoral experience may be counted.
45 hours / 15 hours
100 hours / 60 hours
50 hours / 20 hours
40 hours / 15 hours
(41.33) Cheryll, a supervisor, is required to meet with her psychology resident for an average of at least _______ hours per week.
1 hour of individual face-to-face supervision
2 hours of individual face-to-face supervision
1/2 hour of phone supervision
2 hours of individual and/or group supervision
(41.33) How long must Cheryll maintain notes or records of her scheduled supervisory sessions?
Until the psychology resident obtains a license
At least ten years
Whichever is greater
None of the above
(41.42) Joseph failed the EPPP exam on his first try. He must wait at least six months, but no more than _____ to retake the exam.
(41.42) After repeated failures, Joseph can reapply to take any portion of the EPPP after 60 days?
(41.42) After repeated failures, Joseph is not permitted to take more than _______ examinations in any one-year period.
(41.43) The Board may waive an examination and grant a license in cases it deems exceptional by virtue of the applicant's International or national reputation for having made an extraordinary contribution to the science or practice of psychology.
(41.52) Meredith, a psychologist licensed in Canada, cannot practice psychology in this Commonwealth.
No. She must be licensed in the state of Pennsylvania.
Yes, but she can only practice temporarily for six months, after a written notification to the Board.
Yes. She can practice without any restrictions.
No. The Board will deport her back to Canada.
(41.52) Bill holds a current license to practice psychology in New York. The Board can exempt him from re-taking the EPPP in Pennsylvania.
(41.56) Bindu is a school psychologist, certified by the Department of Education. Can she have a private practice?
Yes, but she must be employed in a Pennsylvanian school as a school psychologist
Absolutely yes. Time to put in her 2 weeks notice at the school.
(41.57) According to the PA code, a psychologist must assure all professional records are maintained for at least how many years after the last date of services rendered.
(41.58) A psychologist may employ a graduate student, if he/she bears full responsibility for these services and ensures the welfare of every client/patient.
(41.59) As a condition of biennial license renewal, a psychologist must complete how many contact hours of acceptable continuing education courses, programs, or activities?
(41.59) Rosemarie has an excess of six contact hours from continuing education courses in ethical issues. These contact hours may be carried over from one biennium to the next.
(41.59) A psychologist may accrue contact hours by:
Offering a course in psychology at an accredited college
Writing an chapter in a textbook for a commercial publisher
Through home study courses with specific learning objectives