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Can I do more than one NSF-Funded REU (Research Experience for Undergrads)?0Arman2012-10-16 13:52:19
I am a psychology student and I have the intention to implement the Clinical Psychology programs for fall 2012. I placed an REU program last year and now I have one more summer for which you are applying to Reus ( especially in the schools that you're applying to graduate school ) . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So I have a question in two parts: ( a) you can tell if the NSF does not like REU grant to those who have won in the past , or else ( b ) it has already won a scholarship put me in a better position to win another ?
How to gain psychology research experience?1milan2012-10-03 10:36:05
I am currently attending Liberty University online for my degree in psychology . I'm a sophomore and have a 3.8 GPA . When I graduate , my degree will say Liberty University , so no one will know that I attended an online school , which I think will help my chances of getting into a good graduate program . My best options are Berkeley , Stanford , Columbia , UCLA and the doctoral program in clinical psychology . I know I can get into these schools because my GPA will only get more and I know I'll get high GRE scores , but do not know how I can get research experience . Has anyone seen an online psychology school , and got into a good graduate school ? If so , how did you do ? This is my first semester at liberty because it transfers a junior college , and I do not see how I can develop relationships with my teachers to write me letters of recommendation , and I see how I can gain research experience. How I can get those two things ? Any advice would be helpful , and if you need more information , just see . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thank you !
How do I get research experience for a PhD in Clinical/Counseling Psychology?0Junius henry2012-10-27 04:23:55
I'm in the process of applying to more than ten doctoral programs in clinical psychology or counseling in schools across the country . Although I have made several attempts to secure a position in the research , I had no luck . I have a full-time position that let me out early in the day , and I'm happy to volunteer for research experience , but do not know where to start . Does anyone have any idea? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I am the candidate 's degree and have one year of experience in undergraduate research , working as an assistant professor. I also wrote two theses as part of my grade . I do not think this is enough experience to graduate .
I'd like to go to grad school, but didn't get any research experience as an undergrad. Where can I get it now?0bran2012-10-25 08:56:01
I'm graduating after this semester ( February 2008) with a degree in psychology and a BA in history . I hope to begin a master's program in clinical psychology or counseling in the next year or so , but have not had any experience in undergraduate research . Be research experience is important if you are trying to get into a ph d program in psychology , but it is absolutely essential for admission to a master's program in an applied area as clinical or counseling ? If so , where I can get it now that I'm in college ?
How Do I Get Research Experience (Applying to Grad School in Psychology)?0oath2012-11-02 08:25:40
I am a junior in college and I noticed that PhD programs require "research experience." How do I obtain this experience? I am going to meet an academic advisor next month. Should I ask him/her? How do I get involved in research??? What exaclty does "research experience" entail?
How do I get into a good psychology grad school without any research experience?0Geoff2012-10-09 00:03:05
I have a degree in psychology and been out of school for about 1 half years.
Help! Graduate Programs that Do Not Require Extensive Research Experience?1Linz2012-10-04 08:49:06
Hi all, I have 25 years out of college , and ready to grad . school , I have two degrees ( Psychology and English , respectively ) , a cumulative GPA of 3.975 , and a score V / Q GRE 1450. I have some experience in research in human factors psychology , H / F is not the field for me , and what the research experience I have is not enough to convince clinical programs that I am a good fit . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I think it's time to restructure my goals of higher education, to consider a wider variety of programs . So my question to you all. . . . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 1). Is there a graduate program in any field of arts / sciences that do not require extensive research experience (ie , that my academic performance and test results would be enough ) ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 2). Any other suggestions ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thank you , cane
Research experience for grad school post-graduation?0su2012-11-04 11:58:48
When I was in college as an undergrad I majored in psychology with a concentration in quantification, having the original intention of seeking statistical work, which did not require extracurricular research outside of a research oriented course requirement for my degree program. I wasn't planning on getting my master's or doctorate. Now that I've graduated, I've started to consider a doctorate more and more, (great time to change my mind, I know!) I know that research experience in a lab is a requirement for admission in a lot of different grad programs, and that it's the norm to obtain this during your undergraduate career. But are there any other options to participate in a research lab post-graduation? I've been looking in the classifieds for research assistant jobs but haven't had much luck. Or would a university perhaps let me work for a lab even though I'm no longer an undergraduate?
I'd like to go to grad school, but didn't get any research experience as an undergrad. Where can I get it now?0Montez2012-10-24 15:36:43
I'm graduating after this semester ( February 2008) with a degree in psychology and a BA in history . I hope to begin a master's program in clinical psychology or counseling in the next year or so , but have not had any experience in undergraduate research . Be research experience is important if you are trying to get into a ph d program in psychology , but it is absolutely essential for admission to a master's program in an applied area as clinical or counseling ? If so , where I can get it now that I'm in college ?
How are my chances for psychology grad school? Lack of research experience?1Kakashi2012-10-03 12:25:02
I'll keep this short and sweet as possible MedlinePlus . MedlinePlus I'd like to implement a program for clinical psychology doctorate next fall ( '12 ) , but one thing I'm missing all programs seem to stress - research experience . MedlinePlus Currently working full time as a psychiatric case manager , which is right on the field . At the time they apply to school , I have been working there for 1.5 years. I am also employed as a defender of call waiting for victims of crime , and have experience of crisis. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have an associate's degree in social work , and I am a licensed social work assistant . I'm finishing my last year left of my degree program in psychology . My GPA is 3.9 , and subject GPA is 4.0 . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus There is a class of research methods that will be this fall , as well as a psychological test call. These classes provide opportunities to work on research projects , but do not know if that's enough . Also, because I attend classes only at night , it is difficult to relate to the teachers and some of them have research opportunities because many of them are part-time teachers . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Based on the information provided , what are my chances of getting into a PhD program ? I have yet to take the GRE , so please consider anything but. MedlinePlus In addition , research recommendations - anything I can do part-time/long distance ? I feel like I've looked everywhere , but in vain . Same goes for posting stuff ... MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thank you !
How important is it to have research experience for applying to graduate school in psychology?0didymus mupambo2012-11-03 02:09:24
Applying to grad school for psychology: Is any kind of research experience ok?0aurthur2012-11-02 01:35:09
When applying for a graduate degree in psych (at the doctorate level), what kind of research experience is needed? Im thinking of doing some research at a local hospital, but it has more to do with nutrition and biology than psych per se. Is this ok, or does the research need to be directly related to psych???? What are some good ways to get more experience? (I just graduated in Dec, so I'm not at school anymore, anyway, none of my professors were doing any)...

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