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The portable mentor : expert guide to a successful career in psychology

Autore: Mitchell J Prinstein
Editore: New York, NY : Springer, ©2013.
Edizione/Formato:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd edVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Written for students and early career psychologists, The Portable Mentor, Second Edition is a professional development handbook with practical guidelines and suggestions for mastering virtually every professional task encountered during the first decade of a career in psychology. Fully updated and expanded from the first edition this volume covers a wider range of topics and some completely new chapters featuring  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Electronic books
Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Print version:
portable mentor.
New York : Springer, [2013]
(DLC) 2012944177
(OCoLC)793689406
Tipo materiale: Document, Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Internet Resource, Computer File
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Mitchell J Prinstein
ISBN: 9781461439943 1461439949
Numero OCLC: 810446779
Descrizione: 1 online resource (xi, 370 p.) : ill.
Contenuti: Part I : Applying to graduate school. Before you apply to graduate programs in psychology : knowing when you're ready and gaining postbaccalaureate experiences / Casey D. Calhoun and Mitchell J. Prinstein --
Deciding to apply and successfully gaining admission to graduate schools in psychology / Mitchell J. Prinstein, Sophie C. Choukas-Bradley, and Karen Guan --
Part II : Beginning your career. The whys and hows of the scientific path in applied psychology / Stephen C. Hayes and Nicholas M. Berens --
Advancing understanding of cultural competence, cultural sensitivity, and the effects of cultural incompetence / Joseph E. Trimble --
Developing and practicing ethics / Kenneth S. Pope --
Balancing career and family / Paula J. Caplan --
Psychologist and parent : advice from professionals in different career tracks / Vicki DiLillo, Andrea Hussong, Barbara Kamholz, and Elizabeth Richardson --
Part III : Your research/academic career. Writing a literature review / Roy F. Baumeister --
Presenting your research / Lindsey L. Cohen, Laurie Greco, and Sarah Martin --
Publishing your research / Alan E. Kazdin --
How to write an effective journal article review / Dennis Drotar, Yelena P. Wu, and Jennifer M. Rohan --
Recommendations for teaching psychology / William C. Rando and Leonid Rozenblit --
Part IV : Your career as a practitioner. Gaining clinical experience in and after graduate school / Alan D. Katell and Marcy C. Adler --
Training to begin a private practice / Jeffrey E. Barnett and Elizabeth Musewicz --
Navigating the internship application process / Mitchell J. Prinstein --
Obtaining a license to practice psychology / Corey J. Habben --
Specialty certification in professional psychology / Robert D. Hill and Ted Packard --
Becoming a competent and ethical clinical supervisor / Erica H. Wise and Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft --
Part V : Your professional service career. Getting involved in professional organizations : a gateway to career advancement / Daniel Dodgen, Raymond D. Fowler, and Carol Williams-Nickelson --
Advocacy : advancing psychology and public well-being / Christopher W. Loftis --
Public education of psychology : an interview with Philip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D. / Philip G. Zimbardo --
Strategies for successful interactions with the news media / Rhea K. Farberman --
Part VI : Your career after graduate school. Recommendations for a postdoctoral fellowship / Amy F. Sato, Valerie Simon, Elissa Jelalian, and Anthony Spirito --
Applying for NIH grants / C.W. Lejuez, Elizabeth K. Reynolds, Will M. Aklin, and Christopher Frueh --
The job search / Robert J. Sternberg --
Employment and trends in psychology / Jessica L. Kohout and William E. Pate II.
Responsabilità: Mitchell J. Prinstein, editor.
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Here is a development handbook with guidelines and suggestions for mastering virtually every professional task encountered during the first decade of a career in psychology. It offers the wisdom and  Per saperne di più…

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