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1 2012 Psychology Licensing Exam Scores by Doctoral Program Prepared by Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards P.O. Box 3079 Peachtree City, GA

2 2012 by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the permission in writing of the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. For information, contact: Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards, P.O. Box 3079, Peachtree City, GA Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards

3 2012 by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. All rights reserved. Contents Foreword... 2 The Purposes of the Examination... 4 Test Construction... 5 Test Content and Administration... 6 Content Outline of the EPPP... 7 Further Information... 8 Table 1. Item Development and Test Construction Flowchart... 9 Table 2. Content Outline of the EPPP for Administrations from April 1, 1997 through July 31, Table 3. Content Outline of the EPPP for Administrations from August 1, 2011 Forward Table 4. Psychology Licensing Exam Provincial Psychology Boards Page 1

4 Foreword The Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) is pleased to present the twenty- first edition of Psychology Licensing Exam. It includes graduate training programs accredited by the American Psychological Association or Canadian Psychological Association, or designated by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards and the Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology (ASPPB/NR Designated), with the criteria for designation listed at This edition provides a cumulative report including the most recent complete five years of data. The data includes all candidates who took the exam during that five- year period, not just first- time test takers. Therefore, if someone has taken the exam more than once during the five- year period, the data for all of their administrations is included. The list of Doctoral Programs in Psychology is accompanied by the most recent five- years of statistical information on the performance of candidates for licensure by graduate program on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). ASPPB considers a passing point for independent practice equal to a scaled score of 500. At the time of this compilation, 98% of the 64 ASPPB member jurisdictions (licensing authorities in the United States and Canada) use a passing score of 500, the ASPPB passing score. The statistical information for candidates includes, where the number is ten or greater, the number of candidates testing from the program, the pass rate, and percent scores by content area. Where the number tested is between five and nine candidates per program, pass rates and content area data are presented, but the exact number tested is not shown. Where the number of candidates tested per program is four or fewer, neither number tested nor pass rate is shown. This is done to protect the privacy of candidates who come from programs with low numbers of graduates. Pass rate information in this report is presented on the basis of the number of candidates with a scaled score of 500 or more (ie., an ASPPB passing score ). Responsibility for actual pass/fail decisions rests with individual licensing jurisdictions. Please note that care should be exercised if comparisons across schools are made. If performance on the EPPP is seen as an outcome measure of those objectives, it should be viewed as only one such measure. The program data presented are based solely on information supplied by candidates when they apply to sit for the EPPP. Provincial Psychology Boards Page 2

5 We believe that those who train psychologists and those who examine them for licensure must maintain an ongoing dialogue if candidates for licensure and the consumers of psychological services are to be well served. Our intent is to make Psychology Licensing Exam a document that will inform and influence individuals selecting a doctoral program, educators of psychologists, and the developers of the EPPP. To that end, we encourage your comments and suggestions. Correspondence should be sent to the ASPPB central office at the address below. We sincerely hope that this document will prove useful to faculty members and students of psychology. We very much appreciate your interest in licensure and the EPPP. Jacqueline B. Horn, PhD President, ASPPB Stephen T. DeMers, EdD Executive Officer, ASPPB Amy Hilson, CAE Associate Executive Officer, ASPPB Robert Block President, ProExam Sarah Carroll, Ph.D. EPPP Program Director, ProExam Professional Examination Service 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 600 New York, New York Matt Turner, PhD Director of Regulatory Affairs, ASPPB Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) P.O. Box 3079 Peachtree City, GA Provincial Psychology Boards Page 3

6 The Purposes of the Examination The Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP), developed and owned by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB), is provided to state and provincial boards of psychology to assist them in their evaluation of the qualifications of applicants for licensure and certification. This standardized examination is constructed by ASPPB with the assistance of the Professional Examination Service (ProExam). The EPPP is administered continuously in computerized delivery format through the Prometric network of computer testing centers with the support of state and provincial psychology boards acting collectively through ASPPB. Prometric maintains a network of more than 320 Prometric Test Centers (PTCs) in the United States and Canada in order to provide access to computer- based testing (CBT) for customers. The examination will be made available in paper- and- pencil format only in jurisdictions that do not have access to the Prometric network (e.g., the Atlantic Provinces). The resources of individual psychologists, ASPPB and ProExam are used in the ongoing development and improvements to the Examination Program. These combined resources are greater than those available to any individual board. The EPPP is only one part of the evaluation procedure used by state and provincial boards. In order to determine candidates competence to practice the profession of psychology, most boards supplement the EPPP with other requirements and/or assessment procedures. The EPPP is intended to evaluate the knowledge that the most recent practice analysis has determined as foundational to the competent practice of psychology. Most candidates taking the EPPP have obtained a doctoral degree in psychology, a year of supervised experience, and appropriate postdoctoral experience. Such candidates are expected to have acquired a broad basic knowledge of psychology, regardless of individual specialties. This knowledge and the candidate s ability to apply it are assessed through the candidate s responses to objective, multiple- choice questions representative of the field at large. The average pass- rate of doctoral level candidates who are taking the test for the first time exceeds 80% in the most recent sample years. ASPPB, ProExam, and member boards cannot send copies of past examinations to applicants. Provincial Psychology Boards Page 4

7 Test Construction The ASPPB Examination Committee (ExC) along with the Professional Examination Service (ProExam) is responsible for the construction of the EPPP. ExC members are appointed by the Board of Directors of ASPPB and are chosen for their outstanding credentials and exceptional achievements in their respective specialties. The examination development process is intended to maximize the content validity of the examination. The ASPPB Item Development Committee (IDC) is also appointed by the ASPPB Board of Directors and charged to oversee the item writing process. Members of the IDC are chosen for their expertise and credentials in the specific domains that comprise the content of the EPPP. A brief outline of the item development and test construction process follows: 1. Individuals with expertise in specific domains of the EPPP are selected as item writers. Members of the IDC train item writers on how to write questions for the EPPP and on how to use the Remote Item Writer (RIW) for submitting questions to be considered for the EPPP item bank. 2. Item writers develop questions and submit them for review. A process of validation occurs between the item writer and a subject- matter expert on the IDC. Items are evaluated for style, format, subject matter accuracy, relevance to practice, professional level of mastery, contribution to public protection, and freedom from bias. 3. Once judged by the IDC subject- matter expert to be of sufficient quality, items then receive an additional level of editorial and psychometric review by ProExam staff to ensure conformity to established psychometric principles and EPPP Style Guidelines. 4. Items that are approved by IDC subject- matter experts and by ProExam staff are then entered into the EPPP item bank. 5. A draft examination is constructed by ProExam. This draft is constructed on the basis of a content outline derived from a job analysis and role delineation study of the profession of psychology (see below). At a meeting of the ExC, the preliminary draft is reviewed item- by- item. Items are reviewed, validated, and/or replaced with bank items in accordance with the test specifications and the ExC s expert judgment. This draft is made up only of items with known psychometric properties. 6. ProExam constructs a second draft of the examination in accordance with the ExC s recommendations for review by the ExC at a subsequent meeting. Items are again edited and reviewed by ProExam staff. 7. At the next meeting of the ExC, the second draft of the examination is reviewed item- by- item. Committee members use their content expertise and the item statistics to draft a final form of the examination. 8. ProExam constructs a final form of the examination on the basis of the ExC s second review and comments. The final form of the examination is then uploaded into the Prometric system. The finalized form of the examination is supplemented with 50 items for pre- testing. The purpose of pre- testing items is twofold: 1) to gather psychometric data on newly developed items to ensure that they are performing within acceptable statistical parameters prior to the item affecting a candidate s exam score, and 2) to collect statistics for equating to ensure that every candidate receives an exam of equitable difficulty. These pre- test items are randomly distributed throughout the examination and are not counted as part of a candidate s score. Members of ExC and the IDC are listed in the EPPP Exam Information section of the ASPPB website at A flowchart of this process can be found in Table 1 Provincial Psychology Boards Page 5

8 Test Content and Administration The examination covers eight content areas: biological bases of behavior; cognitive- affective bases of behavior; social and cultural bases of behavior; growth and lifespan development; assessment and diagnosis; treatment, intervention, prevention and supervision; research methods and statistics; and ethical, legal, and professional issues. The percent of the examination devoted to each of the topics and specific sub- areas to be tested are provided in detail in Table 2 (administrations from April 1, 1997 through July 31, 2011) and Table 3 (administrations from August 1, 2011 forward). The examination consists of objective multiple- choice questions covering knowledge essential to the professional practice of psychology. Each form of the examination contains 225 items, of which 175 are scored and 50 are pre- test items. (The pre- test items do not count in a candidate s final score.) Each item has four possible responses, only one of which is the correct answer. The total number of correct responses determines a candidate s score. Therefore, it is to the candidate s advantage to answer every item even when uncertain of the correct response. There is no additional penalty for incorrect answers. The candidate should choose the single best answer to each item. The EPPP is administered under standardized conditions established by Prometric for all their CBT centers. Only candidates approved by a state or provincial board as applicants for licensure are allowed to take the EPPP. A bilingual French/English version of the EPPP is also available. Candidates with documented disabilities or impairments who wish to be tested under nonstandard conditions should indicate such in their online examination application. Appropriate supporting documentation must be submitted. Candidates should provide ample time for boards to evaluate these requests, since special arrangements may be required for the test administration. EPPP scores are reported as scaled scores, with a range from 200 to 800. An individual candidate s test is scored by ProExam, which reports the score and relevant normative data to the licensing jurisdiction. ASPPB considers the passing point for independent practice equal to a scaled score of 500, although a very small number of jurisdictions use a different pass point. The statistical information for candidates includes: Where the number is ten or greater, the number of candidates testing from the program, the pass rate, and percent scores by content area. Where the number tested is between five and nine candidates per program, pass rates and content area data are presented, but the exact number tested is not shown. Where the number of candidates tested per program is four or fewer, neither number tested nor pass rate is shown. This is done to protect the privacy of candidates who come from programs with low numbers of graduates. Pass rate information in this report is presented on the basis of the number of candidates with a scaled score of 500 or more (i.e., an ASPPB passing score ). Responsibility for actual pass/fail decisions rests with individual licensing jurisdictions. Any questions about these procedures should be directed to the appropriate state or provincial board. Provincial Psychology Boards Page 6

9 Content Outline of the EPPP For EPPP Administrations through July 31, 2011 At the completion of an extensive Practice Analysis study in 1995, the test specifications for the EPPP were revised. These specifications, included herein in Table 2, were implemented for the first time with the development and administration of the April 1997 EPPP. Eight, rather than five, content domains were identified as being related to current practice. In 2003, a Practice Analysis Update was conducted to refine the delineation of roles and responsibilities performed by psychologists and the content areas and knowledge required in practice. In keeping with changes in contemporary practice, special focus was placed on newer areas of the profession that have received empirical support. The EPPP performance of students in the various doctoral programs through July 31, 2011 has been summarized in Table 4 of this report, and is based on the test specifications shown in Table 2. EPPP Administrations from August 1, 2011 Forward In 2010 at the completion of a 24- month- long validation study entitled An Analysis of Professional Practice with a Focus on the Validation and Assessment of Competencies, the test specifications for the EPPP were again revised. These specifications, which are included herein as Table 3, were implemented for the first time with the development and administration of the August 2011 EPPP. The practice analysis resulted in the identification and validation of underlying professional competencies; the identification of Assessment methods to best measure underlying professional competencies; and revised test specifications for the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) updating the knowledge base and integrating additional relevant competencies. The full practice analysis report, as well as an executive summary report, is available at Data provided in future versions of this report will be based on the test specifications in Tables 2 and 3. Provincial Psychology Boards Page 7

10 Further Information To obtain more information about: ASPPB and the EPPP Examination Program, its policies and procedures: call ASPPB toll- free between the hours of 8:30 am and 5:00 pm EST Requirements for licensure/certification in the various jurisdictions: access ASPPB s Handbook of Licensing and Certification Requirements for Psychologists in North America free of charge at Procedures and requirements for licensure and board approval for taking the EPPP: contact the psychology licensing or certification board in the state or province in which licensure or certification is being sought. A listing of addresses of state and provincial boards is available from the ASPPB website at: Provincial Psychology Boards Page 8

11 Table 1. Item Development and Test Construction Flowchart The Item Development Committee (IDC) of ASPPB identifies potential subject-matter experts to become item writers for the EPPP. The IDC trains item writers, either at Item Writer Workshops (IWWs) or by conference calls, about the do s and don ts of item writing and how to use the RIW. Item writers produce questions, either in advance of IWWs or prior to each Exam Committee (ExC) meeting, each way allowing items to be written from their homes or offices where they have access to reference materials. Items are reviewed and validated by members of the IDC either at Item writing workshops or when Items have been submitted through the RIW. Items are evaluated and rated for accuracy, relevance, professional level of mastery, contribution to public protection, and freedom from bias. If approved by IDC domain expert, items are approved for entry into the EPPP item bank. Items are edited and brought into compliance with EPPP style guidelines and entered into the EPPP Standard Item Bank. Calibrated Item Bank Items are chosen for a preliminary draft of the EPPP from the Calibrated EPPP Item Bank. PES selects items from the bank in accordance with the established test specifications. Standard Item Bank Items are chosen for pretesting from the Standard EPPP Item Bank. PES selects items from the non-calibrated items. Calibrated Item Bank The draft EPPP is reviewed by the ASPPB Examination Committee item-by-item. Substitute items may be chosen from the Calibrated Item Bank Standard Item Bank The ASPPB Examination Committee reviews draft pretest items on an item-by-item basis. The Examination Committee finalizes exam forms, including pretest items, based on expert judgment, item statistics, and multiple reviews of successive drafts. I EPPP exam is uploaded to Prometric system. I Candidates take the EPPP exam. I The EPPP is scored, and score reports are sent to candidates and/or jurisdictions on a semi-monthly basis. Provincial Psychology Boards Page 9

12 Rubric Table 2. Content Outline of the EPPP for Administrations from April 1, 1997 through July 31, 2011 Content Area Percent of the Exam* 01 Biological Bases of Behavior knowledge of (a) biological and neural bases of behavior, (b) psychopharmacology, and (c) methodologies supporting this body of knowledge 11% 02 Cognitive- - - Affective Bases of Behavior knowledge of (a) cognition & its neural bases, (b) theories & empirical bases of learning, memory, motivation, affect, emotion, & executive function, & (c) factors that influence cognitive performance and/or emotional experience & their interaction 13% 03 Social and Multicultural Bases of Behavior knowledge of (a) intrapersonal, interpersonal, intragroup, & intergroup processes and dynamics, (b) theories of personality, & (c) issues in diversity 12% 04 Growth and Lifespan Development knowledge of (a) age- - - appropriate development across the life span, (b) atypical patterns of development, & (c) the protective & risk factors that influence developmental outcomes for individuals 13% 05 Assessment and Diagnosis knowledge of (a) psychometrics, (b) assessment models & instruments, (c) assessment methods for initial status of & change by individuals, couples, families, groups, & organizations/systems, and (d) diagnostic classification systems & their limitations 14% 06 Treatment, Intervention, and Prevention knowledge of (a) individual, couple, family, group, organizational, or community interventions for specific concerns/disorders in diverse populations, (b) intervention & prevention theories, (c) best practices, & (d) consultation models & processes 15% 07 Research Methods and Statistics knowledge of (a) research design, methodology, & program evaluation, (b) instrument selection & validation, and (c) statistical models, assumptions, and procedures 7% 08 Ethical/Legal/Professional Issues knowledge of (a) codes of ethics, (b) professional standards for practice, (c) legal mandates and restrictions, (d) guidelines for ethical decision- - - making, and (e) professional training and supervision 15% *As approved by the ASPPB Board of Directors on June 21, 2003 Provincial Psychology Boards Page 10

13 Table 3. Content Outline of the EPPP for Administrations from August 1, 2011 Forward Rubric Content Area 01 Biological Bases of Behavior knowledge of (a) biological and neural bases of behavior, (b) psychopharmacology, and (c) methodologies supporting this body of knowledge Percent of the Exam** 12% Cognitive- - - Affective Bases of Behavior knowledge of (a) cognition, (b) theories and empirical bases of learning, memory, motivation, affect, emotion, and executive function, and (c) factors that influence cognitive performance and/or emotional experience and their interaction Social and Cultural Bases of Behavior knowledge of (a) interpersonal, intrapersonal, intergroup, and intragroup processes and dynamics, (b) theories of personality, and (c) diversity issues Growth and Lifespan Development knowledge of (a) development across the full life span, (b) atypical patterns of development, and (c) the protective and risk factors that influence developmental trajectories of individuals Assessment and Diagnosis knowledge of (a) psychometrics, (b) assessment models and instruments, (c) assessment methods for initial status of and change by individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations/systems, and (d) diagnostic classification systems and their limitations Treatment, Intervention, Prevention, and Supervision knowledge of (a) individual, couple, family, group, organizational, or community interventions for specific problems/disorders in diverse populations, (b) intervention and prevention theories, (c) best practices and practice guidelines, (d) consultation and supervision models, and (e) evidence supporting efficacy and effectiveness of interventions Research Methods and Statistics knowledge of (a) research design, methodology, and program evaluation, (b) instrument selection and validation, (c) statistical models, assumptions, and procedures, and (d) dissemination methods Ethical/Legal/Professional Issues knowledge of (a) codes of ethics, (b) professional standards for practice, (c) legal mandates and restrictions, (d) guidelines for ethical decision- - - making, and (e) professional training and supervision 13% 12% 12% 14% 14% 8% 15% 6. ** Approved by the ASPPB Board of Directors on November 24, 2009 Provincial Psychology Boards Page 11

14 2012 June Education Report Service Data This report includes candidates tested from August July 2012 NOTE: The table below contains self- report information on EPPP candidates who tested between August 2007 and July Only doctoral programs that are APA/CPA accredited or have met ASPPB/National Register Joint Designation criteria are listed individually by name in the table. Programs that lost their accreditation/designation status during the previous year will no longer be available for selection in the online application. All data for individual programs are shown when there are 10 or more graduates who tested from August 2007 to July When there are 5 to 9 candidates who tested, the exact number is not shown, but pass rates and content area data are shown. When there are 4 or fewer candidates who tested, neither the exact number nor the pass rates are shown. These omissions serve to protect the privacy of individual candidates. The data include all candidates who took the exam during that five- year period, not just first- time test takers. Therefore, if someone has taken the exam more than once during the period, the data for all of their administrations is included. The pass rates included in this table are based on the ASPPB recommended passing score of 500 for independent practice. Although each board sets the standard for passing in its respective state or province, at the present time, the majority of jurisdictions using the EPPP accept the ASPPB recommended passing score for independent practice. JURISDICTION SCHOOL DESIGNATED DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN PSYCHOLOGY EPPP PERFORMANCE PERCENT CORRECT BY CONTENT AREA DEPARTMENT All Designated & Accredited Doctoral Programs Cannot be Determined- Incomplete Doctoral Program Not Listed PROGRAM *Num = 4 or fewer **Num = 5 to 9 NUM PASSRATE % 68.90% 69.10% 69.70% 68.30% 66.00% 72.40% 62.10% 73.70% % 61.55% 59.36% 60.82% 60.45% 56.65% 63.49% 48.28% 66.90% % 63.04% 60.78% 63.23% 61.47% 59.13% 66.37% 52.83% 68.51% % 58.26% 59.68% 60.21% 60.88% 56.76% 62.80% 48.72% 66.96% Masters Degree Only AB U. of Alberta Dept of Educ Psych Counseling- PhD % 66.14% 68.61% 69.57% 74.44% 65.70% 71.27% 62.31% 73.69% U. of Calgary Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.22% 79.12% 75.58% 74.94% 74.27% 80.03% 77.81% 79.25% Grad Progs in Educ Counseling- PhD * * 90.48% % 95.24% 95.24% 91.67% 92.00% 92.86% 92.31% AL Auburn U. Dept of Couns & Couns Psych Counseling- PhD % 63.43% 63.70% 68.96% 67.49% 58.40% 70.66% 60.81% 73.45% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.14% 74.95% 75.15% 71.33% 75.12% 78.80% 74.14% 76.91% U. of Alabama Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 79.39% 79.83% 76.46% 73.42% 77.48% 80.01% 76.98% 80.12% U. of Alabama BirminghamDept of Psych Clinical/Medical- PhD % 78.71% 77.60% 74.01% 73.61% 74.01% 76.62% 76.65% 74.92% AR U. of Arkansas Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 74.24% 75.00% 70.06% 70.22% 71.36% 80.57% 70.50% 78.06% U. of Central Arkansas Dept of Psych & Couns School- PhD ** 80.00% 62.03% 67.73% 58.93% 65.49% 58.37% 74.83% 65.71% 72.10% AZ Argosy U. - Phoenix School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 66.02% 64.30% 66.01% 63.57% 61.06% 69.55% 49.56% 73.31% Arizona State U. College of Education Counseling- PhD % 65.32% 67.02% 68.92% 69.61% 64.20% 72.90% 62.28% 71.71% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.24% 81.25% 79.75% 77.74% 75.62% 81.47% 83.63% 79.82% Midwestern U. Dept of Clin Psych Clinical- PsyD * * 66.67% 65.22% 66.67% 61.90% 68.00% 75.00% 50.00% 84.62% Northern Arizona U. Cntr for Excellence in Educ Educational- PhD % 62.13% 59.59% 65.94% 64.77% 58.45% 66.75% 64.50% 74.37% U. of Arizona Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.47% 80.64% 75.59% 74.56% 76.44% 82.62% 76.98% 77.21% Dept of Special Ed And Rehab School- PhD % 67.97% 69.14% 65.62% 71.65% 68.47% 71.16% 66.19% 72.43% BC Simon Fraser U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 83.32% 85.10% 78.48% 82.69% 83.55% 84.45% 84.44% 84.48% U. of British Columbia Dept of Educ Couns Psych & Special Ed. Counseling- PhD % 63.04% 66.57% 72.62% 66.98% 67.75% 74.67% 65.73% 73.54% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 81.92% 84.99% 81.89% 85.11% 85.22% 86.04% 87.48% 84.31% U. of Victoria Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.19% 77.76% 77.45% 76.36% 77.23% 82.51% 75.50% 73.44% CA Alliant I.U.- Fresno CSPP Clinical- PhD % 61.30% 58.56% 60.60% 60.02% 57.84% 63.61% 48.74% 68.05% Clinical- PsyD % 61.48% 61.00% 62.28% 60.50% 57.93% 65.77% 45.32% 68.95% Alliant I.U.- Los Angeles CSPP Clinical- PhD % 63.84% 64.72% 64.95% 60.54% 60.91% 66.18% 58.76% 66.65% Clinical- PsyD % 63.18% 62.84% 63.25% 59.19% 58.86% 65.63% 50.74% 65.82% Alliant I.U.- San Diego CSPP Clinical- PhD % 63.99% 64.68% 65.89% 64.33% 63.35% 69.94% 63.19% 70.80% Clinical- PsyD % 65.61% 64.28% 64.30% 62.46% 61.54% 68.55% 52.06% 70.73% MGSM Consulting- PhD * * 72.29% 57.61% 77.68% 79.40% 57.74% 80.33% 53.57% 69.87% Biological Bases of Behavior Cognitive- Affective Bases of Behavior Social and Cultural bases of Behavior Growth and Lifespan Development Assessment and Diagnosis Treatment/ Intervention Research Methods and Statistics Ethical/Legal/ Professional Issues Provincial Psychology Boards Page 12

15 JURISDICTION SCHOOL DESIGNATED DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN PSYCHOLOGY EPPP PERFORMANCE PERCENT CORRECT BY CONTENT AREA DEPARTMENT PROGRAM *Num = 4 or fewer **Num = 5 to 9 NUM PASSRATE Alliant I.U.- San Francisco CSPP Clinical- PhD % 67.88% 65.49% 67.77% 63.55% 63.98% 71.37% 62.09% 72.26% Clinical- PsyD % 66.87% 64.81% 67.44% 64.80% 61.18% 69.29% 52.95% 71.59% Argosy U. - Orange CountySchool of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 63.26% 62.06% 61.60% 61.08% 59.07% 65.36% 53.38% 71.33% Argosy U. - SanFranciso Bay Dept Area of Clinical Psych Clinical- PsyD % 66.38% 63.56% 64.57% 62.72% 60.10% 69.24% 48.97% 70.33% Azusa Pacific U. Dept of Grad Psych Clinical- PsyD % 63.60% 63.84% 65.60% 63.56% 63.34% 69.47% 55.53% 72.38% Biola U. Rosemead School of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.44% 73.00% 71.95% 73.93% 72.99% 79.14% 71.69% 74.49% Clinical- PsyD % 65.89% 66.63% 68.69% 66.85% 66.53% 73.65% 59.07% 72.18% Fuller Theological Seminary Grad School of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.76% 71.59% 70.18% 70.06% 66.44% 72.40% 67.43% 73.57% Clinical- PsyD % 65.84% 71.54% 70.32% 65.93% 62.36% 72.28% 59.35% 71.87% John F. Kennedy U. Grad School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 65.84% 61.91% 65.44% 61.57% 58.11% 68.40% 46.29% 68.70% Loma Linda U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.34% 73.69% 73.74% 66.71% 70.73% 74.15% 73.53% 72.31% Clinical- PsyD % 69.82% 68.58% 67.48% 63.95% 63.63% 73.28% 64.08% 73.32% Palo Alto U. PGSP- Dept of Clinical Psych Clinical- PhD % 67.36% 64.13% 64.70% 63.70% 62.22% 68.68% 55.51% 69.77% PGSP- SUMSC Consortium Clinical- PsyD % 74.80% 74.07% 74.48% 72.81% 70.76% 80.53% 65.37% 76.86% Pepperdine U. Grad School of Education & Psych Clinical- PsyD % 69.95% 66.31% 68.57% 64.15% 65.30% 72.94% 60.09% 72.34% San Diego State U. - U. of SDSU California- San Dept of Psych/UCSD Diego Joint Progra Dept of Psychiatry Clinical- PhD % 78.35% 79.25% 75.65% 73.01% 75.47% 79.43% 82.92% 76.49% The Fielding Graduate U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 66.07% 61.93% 64.52% 62.71% 59.96% 67.44% 55.25% 70.23% The Wright Institute Grad School of Psych Clinical- PsyD % 66.62% 63.60% 65.74% 65.10% 59.19% 68.36% 51.04% 70.43% U. of California- Berkeley Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.82% 81.34% 77.88% 76.78% 74.67% 79.13% 79.49% 77.67% Grad School of Educ School- PhD ** % 67.84% 77.69% 76.30% 73.99% 73.33% 80.69% 65.31% 78.10% U. of California- Los Angeles Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.80% 79.26% 75.98% 76.50% 76.48% 80.88% 82.33% 80.38% U. of California- Riverside Grad School of Educ School- PhD * * 80.95% 82.61% 95.24% 95.24% 84.00% 91.67% 71.43% 84.62% U. of California- Santa Barbara Dept of Couns Clin & School Psych Comb Clin/Coun/School- PhD % 71.19% 76.52% 77.97% 73.75% 71.58% 78.31% 71.39% 77.61% U. of La Verne Psych Dept Clinical/Community- PsyD % 62.36% 58.40% 62.14% 61.86% 55.77% 64.07% 50.93% 67.02% U. of Southern California Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 72.13% 72.07% 66.53% 68.57% 66.99% 76.22% 67.06% 71.77% CO Colorado State U. Dept of Psych Counseling- PhD % 75.93% 78.17% 78.06% 73.97% 72.15% 79.67% 77.06% 76.35% U. of Colorado- Boulder Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD ** 62.50% 61.99% 69.76% 72.70% 67.54% 57.10% 69.54% 72.94% 69.90% U. of Colorado- Colorado Springs Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD ** 71.43% 79.31% 72.37% 73.85% 71.58% 62.08% 76.35% 62.09% 71.17% U. of Denver Dept of Psych Child Clinical- PhD % 74.30% 80.99% 79.31% 78.29% 76.59% 80.05% 84.38% 80.05% School of Educ Counseling- PhD % 68.24% 68.52% 66.50% 65.63% 61.86% 68.92% 64.63% 72.33% School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 70.78% 70.19% 71.98% 67.99% 65.14% 73.72% 59.86% 76.41% U. of Northern Colorado School of Applied Psych & Couns Educ Counseling- PhD ** 80.00% 63.64% 63.66% 73.50% 54.84% 65.17% 69.15% 49.45% 72.00% Counseling- PsyD % 68.73% 67.07% 66.00% 69.74% 63.40% 71.13% 56.56% 73.38% School- PhD % 65.51% 70.01% 66.79% 64.39% 66.36% 72.36% 60.44% 72.15% CT U. of Connecticut Dept of Educ Psych School- PhD % 49.39% 55.65% 58.06% 60.88% 53.78% 60.53% 52.17% 65.20% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.34% 73.11% 71.66% 72.58% 70.63% 73.69% 76.97% 76.49% U. of Hartford Dept of Psych Clinical- PsyD % 69.04% 67.83% 69.27% 68.28% 65.79% 70.61% 56.60% 75.43% Yale U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 81.36% 86.60% 83.21% 84.60% 85.63% 86.30% 92.16% 82.00% DC American U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.33% 82.02% 79.69% 74.98% 77.86% 81.89% 80.68% 80.02% Catholic U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.85% 76.44% 76.84% 74.28% 75.14% 81.45% 78.80% 75.25% Biological Bases of Behavior Cognitive- Affective Bases of Behavior Social and Cultural bases of Behavior Growth and Lifespan Development Assessment and Diagnosis Treatment/ Intervention Research Methods and Statistics Ethical/Legal/ Professional Issues Provincial Psychology Boards Page 13

16 JURISDICTION SCHOOL DESIGNATED DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN PSYCHOLOGY EPPP PERFORMANCE PERCENT CORRECT BY CONTENT AREA DEPARTMENT PROGRAM *Num = 4 or fewer **Num = 5 to 9 Gallaudet U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 64.93% 64.89% 62.86% 64.49% 62.37% 66.36% 56.04% 72.52% George Washington U. Center for Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 71.24% 71.61% 72.92% 72.07% 67.92% 73.54% 60.22% 77.10% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 69.74% 70.30% 72.19% 69.03% 69.40% 75.37% 68.81% 74.12% Howard U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 66.40% 64.78% 64.29% 60.06% 59.83% 68.05% 63.60% 70.16% Dept of PsychoEduc Studies Counseling- PhD % 54.23% 53.91% 57.08% 54.69% 55.99% 53.79% 47.21% 64.83% DE U. of Delaware Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 74.78% 81.49% 78.57% 82.77% 82.19% 85.59% 86.19% 83.32% FL Argosy U. - Tampa School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 69.13% 67.25% 68.73% 66.21% 61.78% 71.23% 53.59% 73.52% Carlos Albizu U./ Miami Dept of Psych General Clinical- PsyD % 60.46% 55.64% 57.07% 57.38% 54.41% 58.91% 43.70% 64.50% Florida Institute of Technology School of Psych Clinical- PsyD % 66.30% 65.80% 66.98% 64.90% 63.56% 71.35% 56.41% 74.15% Florida State U. Dept of Ed Psych & Learning Counseling/School- PhD % 66.39% 69.98% 69.65% 67.25% 70.13% 74.05% 66.38% 73.84% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 74.20% 81.16% 77.96% 78.74% 78.60% 80.41% 82.03% 79.52% Nova Southeastern U. School of Psych Clinical- PhD % 74.97% 72.31% 71.73% 70.76% 69.06% 74.79% 66.14% 76.22% Clinical- PsyD % 68.95% 66.41% 67.15% 67.71% 63.66% 70.89% 51.80% 72.51% U. of Central Florida Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.35% 77.59% 76.63% 72.70% 72.35% 79.94% 74.84% 76.09% U. of Florida Dept of Clinical & Health Psych Clinical- PhD % 82.74% 81.53% 75.60% 78.55% 78.20% 79.41% 78.81% 79.83% Dept of Educ Psych School- PhD % 71.18% 78.32% 72.54% 76.71% 74.02% 72.68% 70.51% 76.99% Dept of Psych Counseling- PhD % 73.47% 77.67% 77.66% 75.58% 74.75% 77.20% 77.45% 80.39% U. of Miami Dept of Educ & Psych Studies Counseling- PhD % 69.70% 69.65% 73.64% 70.35% 67.45% 71.53% 67.58% 75.60% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.82% 80.92% 77.82% 76.23% 76.66% 82.07% 82.81% 77.98% U. of South Florida Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.70% 76.44% 73.72% 71.39% 73.14% 75.71% 78.32% 78.99% Dept of Psych & Soc Found School- PhD % 68.59% 77.88% 73.06% 72.60% 70.39% 75.75% 77.14% 74.62% GA Argosy U. - Atlanta Georgia School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 69.93% 68.79% 68.40% 68.79% 65.20% 72.49% 56.66% 73.63% Emory U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 74.69% 79.07% 77.66% 73.43% 76.61% 77.85% 78.32% 77.71% Georgia State U. Dept of Couns & Psych Services Counseling- PhD % 65.31% 71.35% 71.07% 69.36% 64.67% 72.50% 65.84% 72.19% School- PhD ** % 64.66% 71.59% 74.03% 66.95% 66.67% 70.00% 65.48% 74.44% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.94% 77.43% 73.95% 76.03% 74.33% 77.56% 77.35% 77.54% U. of Georgia Dept of Couns & Human Development Services Counseling- PhD % 62.60% 62.85% 70.54% 64.66% 62.46% 67.96% 58.38% 72.93% Dept of Educ Psych School- PhD % 73.34% 75.41% 72.77% 77.46% 74.26% 73.78% 74.33% 76.08% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.30% 80.96% 80.06% 77.57% 79.26% 83.71% 85.02% 80.97% HI Argosy U. - Hawaii Amer School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 63.65% 61.27% 65.30% 62.03% 56.93% 68.79% 45.91% 69.11% U. of Hawaii - Manoa Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 79.56% 82.41% 77.98% 77.29% 77.64% 83.05% 78.29% 78.34% IA Iowa State U. Dept of Psych Counseling- PhD % 70.72% 78.04% 78.94% 72.71% 70.83% 73.52% 75.68% 78.93% U. of Iowa Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.40% 84.38% 77.95% 78.42% 81.41% 84.86% 86.66% 77.69% Dept of Psych & Quant Foundations Counseling- PhD % 73.07% 74.58% 72.04% 71.56% 70.03% 80.36% 72.14% 77.71% School- PhD % 58.57% 59.09% 61.46% 58.20% 60.90% 65.70% 54.77% 65.22% ID Idaho State U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 67.43% 77.81% 74.27% 72.75% 68.57% 76.30% 71.98% 76.96% IL Adler School of Prof PsychSchool of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 63.73% 61.77% 63.80% 63.89% 58.15% 66.00% 44.96% 69.65% Argosy U. - Chicago Illinois School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 65.05% 63.10% 65.02% 64.21% 60.50% 68.33% 49.60% 70.21% Argosy U. - Schaumburg Illinois School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 63.46% 61.68% 64.03% 62.78% 58.66% 67.26% 49.78% 68.94% Chicago School of Prof Psychology Clinical- PsyD % 68.03% 67.01% 69.04% 67.36% 63.54% 71.26% 55.31% 73.08% NUM PASSRATE Biological Bases of Behavior Cognitive- Affective Bases of Behavior Social and Cultural bases of Behavior Growth and Lifespan Development Assessment and Diagnosis Treatment/ Intervention Research Methods and Statistics Ethical/Legal/ Professional Issues Provincial Psychology Boards Page 14

17 JURISDICTION SCHOOL DESIGNATED DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN PSYCHOLOGY EPPP PERFORMANCE PERCENT CORRECT BY CONTENT AREA DEPARTMENT PROGRAM *Num = 4 or fewer **Num = 5 to 9 NUM PASSRATE DePaul U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.84% 74.49% 74.76% 70.66% 70.08% 74.99% 71.08% 75.95% Illinois Institute of Tech Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.93% 71.48% 69.89% 68.37% 70.46% 73.22% 67.25% 71.91% Illinois State U. Dept of Psych School- PhD % 75.83% 75.19% 73.80% 72.57% 72.27% 82.15% 74.64% 74.32% Loyola U. of Chicago Dept of Couns & Educ Psych Counseling- PhD % 63.87% 65.24% 72.53% 65.44% 62.27% 67.32% 60.28% 71.82% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.95% 76.52% 77.06% 73.90% 71.20% 79.95% 74.95% 78.73% Midwestern U. Behavioral Medicine Clinical- PsyD % 66.66% 61.87% 63.76% 64.63% 57.57% 65.19% 48.90% 68.51% Northern Illinois U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 68.95% 76.58% 75.74% 76.14% 71.94% 78.22% 76.36% 77.86% School- PhD ** 80.00% 62.38% 74.29% 78.75% 74.71% 64.11% 72.25% 62.97% 67.54% Northwestern U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD ** % 81.21% 85.20% 85.10% 79.63% 83.61% 89.38% 91.07% 79.46% Med School/Division Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.43% 81.09% 78.22% 75.57% 80.12% 77.86% 74.74% 79.52% School of Educ & Soc Policy Counseling- PhD * * 77.27% 73.08% 83.33% 80.77% 53.57% 83.33% 50.00% 63.33% Roosevelt U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PsyD % 75.03% 70.52% 72.03% 68.96% 67.00% 71.21% 59.43% 70.71% Rosalind Franklin U. of Medicine Dept of & Psych Science Clinical- PhD % 81.72% 75.69% 73.84% 71.50% 74.84% 76.43% 76.33% 75.77% Southern Illinois U.- Carbondale Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 72.73% 74.07% 73.16% 72.74% 71.73% 75.73% 72.70% 76.84% Counseling- PhD % 64.94% 66.26% 76.61% 66.14% 64.76% 72.45% 66.55% 73.12% U. of Chicago Committee on Human Development Clinical- PhD * * 74.78% 75.59% 75.30% 73.35% 68.32% 82.08% 60.71% 75.71% U. of Illinois- Champaign- Urbana Dept of Ed Psych Counseling- PhD % 70.12% 75.79% 74.55% 75.54% 77.47% 79.09% 79.35% 79.35% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.92% 77.73% 78.38% 74.61% 78.97% 80.97% 79.26% 79.63% U. of Illinois- Chicago Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.75% 79.99% 79.75% 74.49% 76.87% 81.90% 80.92% 77.28% Wheaton College Dept of Psych Clinical- PsyD % 69.03% 68.01% 69.96% 69.23% 65.88% 74.04% 59.24% 75.80% IN Ball State U. Dept of Couns Psych & Guidance Counseling- PhD % 64.11% 70.40% 75.71% 67.42% 63.61% 75.57% 70.56% 73.36% Dept of Ed Psych School- PhD % 68.04% 74.84% 70.94% 71.23% 70.13% 72.06% 66.07% 78.54% Indiana State U. Dept of Ed & School Psych School- PhD % 65.19% 68.60% 64.56% 69.36% 57.79% 65.05% 60.99% 69.19% Dept of Psych Clinical- PsyD % 80.22% 80.20% 77.63% 73.74% 78.50% 83.56% 73.48% 80.51% Indiana U. Dept of Couns & Ed Psych Counseling- PhD % 65.65% 71.76% 77.29% 73.73% 71.32% 77.46% 71.29% 75.59% School- PhD % 72.90% 77.03% 75.36% 75.22% 72.44% 75.76% 71.36% 81.54% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.65% 76.83% 74.62% 73.42% 80.22% 81.98% 76.59% 71.91% Indiana U. Purdue U. Indianapolis Dept of Psychology Clinical- PhD % 83.54% 78.11% 79.69% 76.56% 76.55% 80.27% 82.28% 80.13% Purdue U. Dept of Educ Studies Counseling- PhD % 67.95% 71.66% 76.95% 67.15% 67.68% 73.92% 68.24% 75.56% Dept of Psych Sciences Clinical- PhD % 69.30% 74.85% 71.87% 66.97% 71.22% 74.95% 78.21% 73.51% U. of Indianapolis Dept of Psych Sciences Clinical- PsyD % 73.23% 71.30% 72.06% 70.36% 69.06% 75.13% 58.16% 77.01% KS U. of Kansas Dept of Psych Child- Clinical- PhD % 68.69% 74.86% 72.56% 75.28% 69.25% 75.66% 76.95% 78.08% Clinical- PhD % 79.60% 81.42% 76.05% 74.57% 72.92% 79.96% 77.63% 75.52% Dept of Psych & Research in Educ Counseling- PhD % 69.56% 74.00% 78.57% 68.96% 68.79% 76.94% 71.51% 75.48% School- PhD * * 81.82% 69.23% 70.83% 73.08% 60.71% 73.33% 78.57% 76.67% Wichita State U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 62.15% 58.19% 63.34% 60.28% 59.60% 69.17% 58.04% 70.42% KY Spalding U. School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 66.44% 62.84% 65.39% 65.87% 61.63% 70.62% 51.71% 72.92% U. of Kentucky Dept of Educ School & Couns Psych Counseling- PhD % 59.59% 58.03% 63.54% 61.15% 58.65% 67.31% 55.00% 68.66% School- PhD ** 77.78% 57.68% 71.36% 63.06% 73.05% 64.94% 64.55% 62.52% 68.49% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.99% 75.58% 69.96% 72.76% 73.06% 76.46% 74.05% 74.61% Biological Bases of Behavior Cognitive- Affective Bases of Behavior Social and Cultural bases of Behavior Growth and Lifespan Development Assessment and Diagnosis Treatment/ Intervention Research Methods and Statistics Ethical/Legal/ Professional Issues Provincial Psychology Boards Page 15

18 JURISDICTION SCHOOL DESIGNATED DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN PSYCHOLOGY EPPP PERFORMANCE PERCENT CORRECT BY CONTENT AREA DEPARTMENT PROGRAM *Num = 4 or fewer **Num = 5 to 9 U. of Louisville Dept of Educ & Couns Psych Counseling- PhD % 63.76% 63.91% 68.82% 64.49% 63.32% 70.41% 58.87% 74.32% Dept of Psych & Brain Sciences Clinical- PhD % 74.28% 75.83% 73.80% 73.30% 72.33% 77.12% 73.92% 78.23% LA Louisiana State U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.73% 78.41% 73.57% 74.90% 74.76% 79.47% 77.33% 78.41% School- PhD % 67.33% 76.42% 78.95% 72.69% 77.93% 77.50% 76.79% 77.95% Louisiana Tech U. Dept of Psych & Behav Sci Counseling- PhD % 66.37% 64.67% 64.19% 64.20% 60.49% 67.73% 56.40% 69.06% Tulane U. Dept of Psych School- PhD % 75.15% 75.71% 75.61% 79.33% 76.27% 79.66% 80.17% 79.72% U. of New Orleans Dept of Psych Applied Developmental- PhD ** 83.33% 71.90% 79.41% 73.10% 74.76% 72.76% 73.01% 70.97% 70.30% MA Boston College Div of Couns Developmental & Educ Psych Counseling- PhD % 70.24% 68.60% 75.84% 69.75% 71.14% 78.08% 73.64% 77.65% Boston U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.68% 78.20% 75.90% 77.03% 75.28% 81.56% 79.31% 78.76% Dept of Religion Counseling- PhD * * 69.05% 73.91% 71.43% 69.05% 54.83% 73.75% 75.00% 75.00% School of Educ Counseling- EdD * * 73.95% 81.55% 82.94% 76.98% 72.95% 75.56% 66.67% 77.69% Clark U. F.L. Hyatt School of Psych Clinical- PhD % 81.02% 80.25% 83.36% 82.23% 80.93% 82.99% 80.90% 83.97% Harvard U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD ** % 85.15% 87.64% 84.74% 82.13% 84.55% 91.12% 87.03% 85.85% Mass. School of Prof. Psychology N/A Clinical- PsyD % 68.56% 69.84% 71.92% 70.84% 63.47% 74.13% 56.35% 76.60% Northeastern U. Dept of Couns & Applied Educ Psych Counseling- PhD % 68.31% 64.20% 66.38% 65.75% 60.00% 69.32% 53.10% 70.29% School- PhD * * 66.67% 69.57% 80.95% 47.62% 58.33% 76.00% 57.14% 69.23% Suffolk U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.70% 74.19% 75.55% 73.63% 72.97% 77.39% 75.57% 76.82% U. of Mass- Amherst Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.76% 80.18% 78.86% 79.46% 75.86% 80.28% 84.43% 78.53% U. of Mass- Amherst & Boston Dept of Student Dev & Pupil Pers ServicesSchool- PhD (formerly Combined * Prof- Scientific) * 66.02% 69.34% 75.20% 72.22% 63.89% 72.67% 73.81% 76.92% U. of Mass- Boston Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.45% 77.39% 78.96% 75.24% 71.94% 78.91% 70.84% 77.32% MB U. of Manitoba Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.27% 78.23% 72.52% 70.19% 72.20% 77.51% 76.97% 78.08% MD Loyola College in MarylandDept of Psych Clinical- PsyD % 76.11% 75.84% 74.96% 73.10% 69.69% 76.25% 66.02% 77.75% U. of Maryland- Baltimore Dept County of Psych Applied Developmental- PhD ** % 70.56% 75.65% 70.83% 80.62% 74.23% 74.17% 74.29% 76.62% Clinical- PhD % 73.91% 74.06% 72.88% 73.31% 73.37% 79.17% 78.34% 77.20% U. of Maryland- College Park Dept of Couns & Personnel Services School- PhD ** 85.71% 71.40% 81.62% 78.55% 74.83% 68.38% 76.50% 75.04% 72.16% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 75.12% 81.08% 77.98% 74.70% 75.11% 78.35% 77.03% 75.69% Dept of Psych & Couns Counseling- PhD % 71.67% 74.98% 78.79% 73.28% 72.92% 78.81% 74.83% 77.96% Uniformed Services U. of Dept the Health of Med Sciences Psych Clinical- PhD % 75.43% 79.97% 74.15% 70.16% 73.29% 81.15% 73.63% 77.62% ME U. of Maine Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.15% 76.84% 79.40% 79.37% 76.05% 79.54% 78.02% 77.74% MI Andrews U. Dept of Educ & Couns Psych Counseling- PhD % 59.35% 54.79% 62.32% 59.72% 60.41% 63.55% 46.23% 68.32% Central Michigan U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.15% 79.04% 73.81% 72.19% 78.57% 77.77% 76.04% 79.32% School- PhD * * 78.26% 56.00% 78.26% 70.37% 67.86% 73.33% 64.29% 43.33% Eastern Michigan U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.37% 77.46% 77.21% 76.17% 76.17% 82.04% 74.87% 79.51% Michigan State U. Dept of Couns Educ Psych & Spec Ed Counseling- PhD % 68.72% 72.08% 75.49% 69.40% 67.48% 73.64% 74.44% 77.74% School- PhD ** 66.67% 66.34% 71.89% 67.06% 73.01% 65.14% 70.50% 56.96% 71.94% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.92% 77.44% 76.39% 75.39% 75.91% 78.51% 77.19% 81.99% U. of Detroit Mercy Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 64.55% 66.89% 65.91% 66.02% 61.76% 67.68% 56.44% 69.70% U. of Michigan Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 73.19% 76.37% 78.15% 74.11% 69.10% 76.94% 76.49% 77.62% Wayne State U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 79.61% 79.07% 77.83% 75.84% 75.15% 79.10% 79.77% 78.03% Division of Theoretical & Behavioral Studies Educational- PhD % 68.24% 63.44% 61.78% 64.91% 62.73% 65.58% 54.18% 69.60% NUM PASSRATE Biological Bases of Behavior Cognitive- Affective Bases of Behavior Social and Cultural bases of Behavior Growth and Lifespan Development Assessment and Diagnosis Treatment/ Intervention Research Methods and Statistics Ethical/Legal/ Professional Issues Provincial Psychology Boards Page 16

19 JURISDICTION SCHOOL DESIGNATED DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN PSYCHOLOGY EPPP PERFORMANCE PERCENT CORRECT BY CONTENT AREA DEPARTMENT PROGRAM *Num = 4 or fewer **Num = 5 to 9 Western Michigan U. Dept of Couns Ed & Couns Psych Counseling- PhD % 63.04% 64.45% 70.31% 66.70% 61.60% 69.15% 59.94% 74.35% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 68.34% 72.08% 74.24% 68.61% 69.00% 77.15% 71.93% 76.67% MN Argosy U. - Twin Cities Minnesota School of Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 66.09% 64.68% 66.28% 66.13% 63.13% 70.18% 55.52% 72.60% U. of Minnesota Dept of Educ Psych Counseling- PhD % 67.54% 70.61% 72.60% 68.82% 68.19% 73.58% 70.36% 74.80% School- PhD ** % 80.00% 79.78% 82.60% 84.79% 76.65% 84.57% 75.16% 84.67% Dept of Psych Clinical Science- PhD % 81.84% 81.51% 77.58% 80.54% 79.63% 80.15% 78.04% 76.08% Counseling- PhD % 74.10% 78.49% 79.53% 76.06% 80.41% 81.73% 82.06% 76.33% U. of St. Thomas Grad School of Prof Psych Counseling- PsyD % 61.05% 58.10% 63.60% 60.44% 57.36% 67.48% 46.54% 68.91% MO Forest Institute of Professional Inst of Psych Prof Psych Clinical- PsyD % 61.32% 58.90% 62.03% 60.12% 57.22% 64.76% 45.38% 68.77% St Louis U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 75.52% 75.09% 74.07% 70.89% 72.33% 76.89% 73.12% 77.53% U. of Missouri- Columbia Dept of Educ School & Couns Psych Counseling- PhD % 62.83% 65.92% 76.45% 66.56% 63.86% 72.50% 65.33% 73.92% School- PhD ** 77.78% 55.99% 70.90% 68.12% 66.56% 63.57% 66.09% 65.87% 71.79% Dept of Psych Sciences Clinical- PhD % 72.93% 74.44% 74.80% 76.44% 75.96% 79.55% 80.75% 74.77% U. of Missouri- KC Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD ** % 79.29% 79.91% 71.76% 70.94% 74.60% 81.48% 76.98% 73.33% Counseling Psych- PhD % 71.44% 74.27% 75.38% 70.05% 66.69% 74.22% 76.17% 75.79% U. of Missouri- St Louis Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.65% 84.79% 80.50% 78.09% 78.74% 83.51% 80.11% 83.67% Washington U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 81.85% 82.37% 75.49% 73.86% 77.63% 79.05% 80.90% 81.71% MS Jackson State U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 65.78% 63.07% 63.06% 64.61% 59.26% 63.33% 59.69% 71.22% Mississippi State U. Dept of Couns & Educ Psych School- PhD % 55.93% 63.63% 60.88% 65.07% 60.60% 66.11% 60.05% 66.77% U. of Mississippi Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.36% 75.95% 72.58% 72.78% 75.73% 78.26% 76.72% 76.63% U. of Southern MississippiDept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.04% 76.18% 73.80% 73.17% 73.29% 78.38% 83.24% 79.67% Counseling- PhD % 72.72% 73.78% 73.83% 72.18% 75.03% 76.60% 66.85% 80.81% School- PhD % 64.70% 70.75% 64.41% 66.14% 69.47% 68.70% 66.17% 72.75% MT U. of Montana Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.15% 67.53% 70.75% 69.63% 62.26% 74.59% 62.38% 72.87% NB U. of New Brunswick Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 71.02% 77.79% 73.33% 75.31% 72.86% 78.69% 76.43% 75.57% NC Duke U. Dept of Psych & Neuroscience Clinical- PhD % 76.91% 79.91% 77.88% 78.50% 74.53% 80.25% 83.52% 80.53% North Carolina State U. Dept of Psych School- PhD ** 87.50% 76.84% 78.36% 74.97% 83.90% 71.58% 73.50% 84.82% 74.42% U. of North Carolina- Chapel Dept Hill of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.53% 79.04% 75.03% 75.83% 75.81% 78.94% 82.15% 80.46% School of Education School- PhD % 71.12% 71.93% 70.77% 71.98% 70.83% 72.00% 71.14% 74.48% U. of North Carolina- Greensboro Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 68.87% 76.71% 75.09% 76.82% 73.98% 77.22% 77.98% 79.79% ND U. of North Dakota Dept of Couns Counseling- PhD % 62.88% 62.69% 67.01% 63.95% 62.02% 68.27% 59.04% 73.96% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 67.89% 67.43% 64.89% 66.37% 65.57% 71.01% 64.18% 72.87% NE U. of Nebraska- Lincoln Dept of Educ Psych Counseling- PhD % 63.30% 64.40% 67.73% 62.10% 61.61% 71.16% 58.14% 78.55% School- PhD % 61.53% 66.38% 66.39% 66.96% 63.26% 73.52% 67.34% 71.11% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 71.39% 72.99% 73.39% 68.94% 73.23% 76.40% 75.08% 77.91% NH Antioch/New England Graduate Dept of School Clinical Psych Clinical- PsyD % 65.26% 64.92% 67.33% 65.12% 62.45% 72.93% 54.12% 72.35% NJ Fairleigh Dickinson U. Teaneck- Hackensack School of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.19% 76.82% 74.42% 75.30% 72.31% 76.22% 73.45% 77.04% Rutgers U. GSAPP- Dept of Applied Psych Organizational- PsyD * * 45.45% 76.92% 58.33% 73.08% 60.71% 63.33% 50.00% 73.33% School- PsyD % 66.80% 70.41% 67.78% 69.31% 68.97% 70.87% 61.03% 76.26% GSAPP- Dept of Clinical Psych Clinical- PsyD % 71.72% 76.90% 77.13% 77.29% 73.18% 78.16% 70.18% 79.07% NUM PASSRATE Biological Bases of Behavior Cognitive- Affective Bases of Behavior Social and Cultural bases of Behavior Growth and Lifespan Development Assessment and Diagnosis Treatment/ Intervention Research Methods and Statistics Ethical/Legal/ Professional Issues Provincial Psychology Boards Page 17

20 JURISDICTION SCHOOL DESIGNATED DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN PSYCHOLOGY EPPP PERFORMANCE PERCENT CORRECT BY CONTENT AREA DEPARTMENT PROGRAM *Num = 4 or fewer **Num = 5 to 9 Rutgers U.- New BrunswickDept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 74.41% 81.27% 76.24% 80.03% 75.62% 84.53% 78.55% 79.18% Seton Hall U. Dept of Prof Psych and Family Therapy Counseling- PhD % 60.36% 58.99% 65.09% 62.02% 58.34% 64.66% 52.82% 66.94% NM New Mexico State U. Dept of Couns and Ed Psych Counseling- PhD % 60.55% 60.27% 68.54% 60.37% 58.94% 67.31% 56.29% 71.01% U. of New Mexico Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 83.07% 81.75% 78.24% 76.37% 78.10% 82.94% 78.99% 81.06% NS Dalhousie U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 80.02% 81.77% 74.31% 72.41% 75.92% 81.24% 78.73% 78.89% NV U. of Nevada- Las Vegas Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 72.28% 75.12% 69.81% 70.82% 68.16% 75.00% 67.15% 76.07% U. of Nevada- Reno Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 71.80% 72.70% 75.69% 71.30% 72.73% 80.51% 77.60% 76.20% NY Adelphi U. The Derner Institute Clinical- PhD % 69.53% 68.97% 69.24% 68.48% 66.36% 71.08% 61.75% 73.54% Alfred U. Graduate School School- PsyD % 59.82% 65.16% 65.63% 68.65% 64.78% 69.22% 62.29% 73.39% CUNY City College The Graduate Center Clinical- PhD % 71.79% 66.75% 71.95% 71.31% 64.61% 67.06% 60.90% 73.28% NUM PASSRATE CUNY Grad School & U. Center Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 71.04% 73.38% 74.39% 73.83% 67.73% 71.73% 68.16% 74.10% School- PhD % 72.88% 78.31% 69.81% 75.68% 75.00% 76.45% 73.02% 74.14% CUNY Queens College Dept of Psych Clinical Neuropsychology- PhD % 81.79% 76.70% 72.90% 69.98% 70.61% 66.32% 78.13% 70.10% Learning Process & Behavior * Analysis- PhD * 69.70% 66.67% 66.67% 66.67% 60.71% 64.44% 59.52% 77.78% Neuropsychology- PhD ** % 81.20% 76.94% 71.38% 79.03% 75.40% 69.63% 84.92% 79.26% Columbia U. Teachers College Dept of Couns & Clin Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.85% 73.25% 77.02% 72.83% 72.49% 75.68% 76.28% 75.47% Counseling- PhD % 66.53% 67.97% 70.15% 70.08% 64.17% 71.12% 65.08% 76.81% Dept of Health & Behavior Studies - Applied School- EdD Educational Psyc % 72.08% 75.24% 74.20% 77.29% 69.68% 74.45% 79.37% 78.83% Fordham U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 78.06% 75.77% 77.95% 74.97% 73.85% 79.24% 76.84% 77.23% Division of Psych & Educ Srvcs Counseling- PhD % 71.42% 71.08% 77.48% 71.28% 70.01% 73.57% 72.17% 77.29% School- PhD % 70.82% 72.57% 71.32% 71.38% 68.37% 71.18% 67.80% 72.55% Hofstra U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 69.89% 73.16% 71.48% 72.58% 68.34% 73.61% 69.27% 73.54% School- PsyD % 61.10% 64.17% 62.24% 63.63% 59.75% 61.87% 56.05% 67.25% Long Island U. Dept of Psych Clinical(Brooklyn Campus)- PhD % 71.79% 73.76% 72.68% 73.01% 69.15% 73.66% 67.22% 74.66% Clinical(CW Post Campus)- PsyD % 71.40% 72.32% 74.82% 74.66% 68.63% 73.80% 64.89% 75.72% New York U. Dept of Applied Psych Counseling- PhD % 67.68% 66.97% 69.69% 66.50% 61.28% 68.56% 62.83% 74.01% Pace U. Dept of Psych School/Clinical- PsyD % 67.26% 70.09% 68.79% 70.37% 66.24% 71.16% 64.46% 72.93% St John's U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.13% 77.66% 77.39% 75.44% 75.21% 81.19% 79.46% 78.58% School- PsyD % 67.69% 67.80% 65.78% 67.54% 65.98% 67.02% 67.94% 71.79% State U. of NY at Albany Dept of Educ & Couns Psych Counseling- PhD % 71.33% 77.05% 75.58% 71.72% 71.80% 78.34% 75.35% 78.32% School- PsyD % 69.61% 73.01% 70.97% 75.13% 72.63% 70.82% 73.21% 78.91% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 74.04% 78.67% 74.99% 72.55% 70.88% 78.20% 76.56% 78.24% State U. of NY at Binghamton Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 77.13% 83.30% 77.54% 74.73% 78.24% 83.30% 77.92% 81.39% State U. of NY at Buffalo Dept of Couns & Educ Psych Combined School/Counseling- PhD % 70.91% 70.78% 70.65% 70.26% 68.98% 74.08% 64.77% 75.27% Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 70.16% 73.31% 74.53% 71.15% 72.14% 76.94% 82.02% 75.95% State U. of NY at Stony Brook Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.26% 80.39% 75.80% 75.82% 76.90% 81.14% 85.03% 77.85% Syracuse U. Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 72.13% 81.75% 72.75% 75.02% 71.36% 80.45% 78.36% 75.64% School- PhD % 65.71% 68.71% 64.09% 62.47% 63.34% 65.53% 57.99% 67.62% The New School Dept of Psych Clinical- PhD % 76.38% 74.13% 73.15% 74.07% 69.43% 72.19% 68.38% 73.48% U. of Rochester Dept of Clin & Soc Sciences in Psych Clinical- PhD % 71.14% 76.43% 75.99% 76.90% 70.45% 75.55% 71.61% 75.65% Biological Bases of Behavior Cognitive- Affective Bases of Behavior Social and Cultural bases of Behavior Growth and Lifespan Development Assessment and Diagnosis Treatment/ Intervention Research Methods and Statistics Ethical/Legal/ Professional Issues Provincial Psychology Boards Page 18

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