Psychological action and psychosocial intervention

Alipio Sánchez-Vidal, José Francisco Morales Díaz


To examine the relationship between psychological action and knowledge three main issues are considered, i.e., the mutual implication of action and knowledge, the need to take into account the context where the action occurs, and the advisability of planning psychological action as social or psychosocial intervention. The strategic role of need and program evaluation is stressed.


Applied social psychology; social intervention; psychosocial intervention; program and need evaluation



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