American psychologists


A psychologist is a practitioner of psychology. The American Psychological Association has issued a guideline that only those who hold a Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree in psychology or a closely related field should call themselves "psychologists." This page lists both psychologists who are American citizens and psychologists of any nationality who have been based in the United States.


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