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(a) Twenty credit hours of continuing education will be awarded for each
(1) authorship of a publication in a professional psychology journal, if the publication relates directly to the concepts of psychological principles, ethics, or practices, and is published or accepted for publication during the two year reporting period immediately preceding the license renewal;
(2) oral or poster presentation of a written paper at a meeting of the American Psychological Association, a technical meeting of a state psychology society, or meeting of a professional psychology-oriented organization, if the presentation relates directly to the concepts of psychological principles, ethics, or practices, and the presentation occurred during the two year reporting period immediately preceding the license renewal; or
(3) authorship of a professional psychology book or monograph published or accepted for publication during the two year reporting period immediately preceding the license renewal.
(b) Credit awarded under this section may not exceed one-half of the total hours required for a license renewal and may not be claimed for the same license renewal in which credit is claimed under 12 AAC 60.320.
History: Eff. 4/22/83, Register 86; am 1/14/2001, Register 157
Authority: AS 08.86.070
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