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ZANINI, Daniela Sacramento et al. Peripheral and communitarian: Characteristics and challenges of a Midwest graduate program in Psychology. Estud. psicol. (Natal) [online]. 2019, vol.24, n.2, pp. 113-124. ISSN 1413-294X.

This study aims a descriptive and exploratory evaluation of the association between external investment and scientific production and to identify the thematic axes of thesis and dissertations produced in the last two decades in the Post-Graduation Program in Psychology of PUC Goiás. Data from the Coleta CAPES and the Sucupira platform were analyzed to evaluate the relation between investment and scientific production and 153 dissertations and 19 theses selected by systematic sampling and analyzed with the support of Iramuteq to identify the thematic axes of the works developed. The data indicate the association between financial investment and scientific production and identify the following thematic axes: analysis and evolution of behavior; social psychology, work and organizations; clinical psychopathology and health psychology. The analyzed scientific production ranges from individual aspects to topics related to intra and intergroup relations. In addition, the results demonstrate that external resources and the program academic maturity increase concomitantly.

Keywords : social development; professional qualification; history of psychology; postgraduate studies; scientific production.

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