Portable Mentor

Portable Mentor

Expert Guide to a Successful Career in Psychology

Cambridge University Press






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Preface; Part I. Applying to Graduate School: 1. Before you apply to graduate programs in psychology: Knowing when you're ready, and gaining post-baccalaureate experiences Casey D. Calhoun and Mitchell J. Prinstein; 2. Deciding to apply and successfully gaining admission to graduate schools in psychology Mitchell J. Prinstein; Part II. Beginning Your Career: 3. Your first year in graduate school Mitchell J. Prinstein, Kara A. Fox, Nathan H. Field and Olivia H. Pollak; 4. Taking the scientific path: A road map for psychology students Steven C. Hayes and Nicolas M. Berens; 5. Impostor syndrome in graduate school Donte Bernard and Steven Stone-Sabali; 6. Cultural humility in psychology Maysa Akbar; 7. Graduate training for students of color: Belonging required; fitting in, not recommended Keyona Allen, Amanda Parks and Shawn C. T. Jones; 8. Navigating graduate school in psychology as a sexual and/or gender minority (lgbtq+) student Leigh A. Spivey-Rita and Ilana S. Berman; 9. Considerations for first generation students in psychology Casey D. Calhoun, Donte L. Bernard, Luis D. Medina, Evelyn Behar, April R. Smith, Adam Bryant Miller, Angelica M. Diaz-Martinez, Angela Scarpa, Matthew K. Nock, and Mitchell J. Prinstein 10. Developing and practicing ethics Kenneth S. Pope, Nayeli Y. Chavez-Duenas, and Hector Y. Adames; Part III. Your Research/Academic Career: 11. An open science workflow for more credible, rigorous research Katherine S. Corker; 12. Presenting your research Lindsey L. Cohen , Sarah Martin and Abigail Robbertz; 13. Publishing your research Alan E. Kazdin; 14. Recommendations for teaching psychology William Rando and Leonid Rozenblit; 15. Applying for NIH grants Carl W. Lejuez, Elizabeth K. Reynolds, Will M. Aklin and B. Christopher Frueh; 16. On being a woman in academic psychology Kristen Lindquist, Eliza Bliss-Moreau, June Gruber and Jane Mendle; Part IV. Your Career as a Practitioner: 17. Training to begin a private practice Jeffrey E. Barnett and Elizabeth Henshaw Musewicz; 18. Obtaining a license to practice psychology Corey J. Habben and Jared W. Bollinger; 19. Becoming a specialist: Board certification David R. Cox; 20. Becoming a competent and ethical clinical supervisor Erica H. Wise and Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft; Part V. Your Professional Service Career: 21. Getting involved in professional associations: A gateway to career advancement Daniel Dodgen and Carol Williams-Nickelson; 22. Advocacy: Advancing psychology and public wellbeing Christopher Loftis; 23. Public education of psychology: An Interview with Philip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D. Phil Zimbardo; 24. Working with the media - and getting the media to work for you Kim I. Mills; Part VI. Your Career After Graduate School: 25. Recommendations for navigating the postdoctoral fellowship process Amy Sato, Valerie A. Simon, Elissa Jelalian and Anthony Spirito; 26. Contemporary employment in psychology and future trends Karen E. Stamm, Jessica C. Conroy, Luona Lin and Amrita C. Ghaness; 27. Career possibilities with your doctorate in psychology: Stories from inspiring leaders Antonio Morgan Lopez, Brett Major, Katie Rosanbalm, Muniya Khanna, Ilyse Dobrow DiMarco and Karen Gavin-Evans; 28. Professional women in psychology: Integrating your values into a full life Vicki DiLillo, Le Ondra Clark Harvey, Andrea Hussong, Barbara Kamholz, Elizabeth Lloyd-Richardson and Monica Rivers; 29. The academic job search Robert J. Sternberg; 30. Balancing career and family Paula J. Caplan.
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