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date: 17 May 2021

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Acknowledging the nascent stage of the collaboration between science and clinical psychology, this chapter discusses features of the preferred approach to guide the accumulation of knowledge through careful implementation and evaluation. The collaboration of science and practice in clinical psychology has produced meaningful, reliable, and replicated findings, and illustrations (e.g., exposure for anxiety, cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression and panic) are identified. Speculations regarding the future of our field and a model for optimal science—practice collaborations in clinical psychology are offered.

Keywords: Clinical science, empirically supported treatment, scientist-practitioner

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