The Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) is seeking survey participants for job task analysis

ASPPB is asking licensed and registered psychologists to help validate content for examinations for entry into practice through two anonymous surveys.

The Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) is seeking survey participants for an important job task analysis. This study will help validate the content of two examinations for entry to practice: the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP), which measures knowledge, and the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology Step 2 (EPPP Step 2), which measures skills.

ASPPB is collecting the data for this job task analysis through two anonymous surveys. To ensure that this study accurately represents contemporary psychology, the ASPPB needs as many licensed and registered psychologists as possible to participate.

Participants will be randomly routed to one of two surveys assessing the knowledge or skills required for the practice of psychology. The questions on the survey will examine your view of the knowledge base or the skills needed to practice psychology competently. The survey will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

The deadline to complete the survey is Aug. 31, 2016. When you complete the survey, you will be included in a random drawing for one of 20 $100 gift cards. Because the job task analysis survey is anonymous, you will be asked to supply your contact information for the $100 gift card drawing via a separate survey link, which will be accessible upon completion of the job task analysis survey.

The survey can be taken online.

Questions about the job task analysis survey can be submitted directly to ASPPB.