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245 00 Your graduate training in psychology|h[electronic 
       resource] :|beffective strategies for success /|ceditors, 
       Peter J. Giordano, Stephen F. Davis, Carolyn A. Licht 
260    Thousand Oaks, Calif. :|bSAGE,|cc2012 
300    1 online resource (xv, 326 p.) 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes 
505 0  Machine generated contents note: SECTION I Introduction --
       Settling In -- Section Introduction / Carolyn A. Licht -- 
       1.Settling in the Right Way: Playing by the Rules / 
       Stephen F. Davis -- 2.Maximizing Success in Your Graduate 
       Training / Christia Spears Brown -- 3.Setting Your Path: 
       Begin With Your Dissertation in Mind / Holly E. Tatum -- 
       4.Relationship Issues: Peers, Faculty, and Families / 
       Susan R. Burns -- 5.When Things Don't Go According to Plan
       : Shifting Areas, Programs, or Schools / Jonathan B. Banks
       -- 6.Important Considerations for Ethnic Minority Graduate
       Students / G. William Hill IV -- 7.Important 
       Considerations for International and Older, Nontraditional
       Students / Loretta N. McGregor -- 8.Graduate Students With
       Special Needs / Susan R. Burns -- 9.Important 
       Considerations for Online Graduate Training / Michael J. 
       Lee -- 10.Self-Care in Graduate School: Finding Your 
       Optimal Balance / Carolyn A. Licht -- SECTION II 
       Developing and Maturing -- Section Introduction / Carolyn 
       A. Licht -- 11.Effective Writing: Did You Mean to Say 
       That? / Bernard C. Beins -- 12.Developing Your Teaching 
       Skills / William Buskist -- 13.Developing Your Clinical 
       and Counseling Skills / Radha G. Carlson -- 14.Developing 
       Your Research Skills / Regan A. R. Gurung -- 15.Developing
       Your Presentation Skills / Lonnie Yandell -- 16.Success in
       Externships and Internships / Laurie Reider Lewis -- 
       17.Preparing for Comprehensive Exams / Matthew T. Huss -- 
       18.Skill Development for Oral Presentations and 
       Examinations / Gary S. Goldstein -- 19.They Have My Money!
       Applying for Research Funding / Matthew T. Huss -- SECTION
       III Winding Down and Gearing Up (All at the Same Time) -- 
       Section Introduction / Carolyn A. Licht -- 20.Working With
       Your Major Professor and Dissertation Committee / David S.
       Shen-Miller -- 21.Developing a Plan for Your Career After 
       Graduate School / Randolph A. Smith -- 22.To ABD or Not to
       ABD? That Is the Question / Kimberly M. Christopherson -- 
       23.Applying for Academic Positions / Krisztina Varga 
       Jakobsen -- 24.Applying for Clinical and Other Applied 
       Positions / Lee H. Matthews -- 25.When Things Don't Go 
       According to Plan: What If You Don't Find a Job? / Jared 
       Keeley 
520 8  'Your Graduate Training in Psychology' takes current and 
       upcoming graduate students beyond the typical concerns of 
       enrolling into graduate school and guides them on how to 
       complete graduate school successfully 
588    Description based on print version record 
650  0 Psychology|xStudy and teaching (Graduate) 
650  0 Graduate students 
700 1  Giordano, Peter J 
700 1  Davis, Stephen F 
700 1  Licht, Carolyn A 
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