What Psychology Majors Could (and Should) Be Doing, Second Edition: A Guide to Research Experience, Professional Skills, and Your Options After College
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Paul J. Silvia;Peter F. Delaney;and Stuart Marcovitch
- Publish Date: 2016-11-19
This book will help undergraduate psychology students gain a competitive advantage for life after college, whether their plans include graduate school or work. Professional research experience remains the most important avenue for fostering and demonstrating the skills that employers and grad schools want skills like writing, public speaking, and statistical reasoning. Thus, the authors emphasize ways to get involved in scholarly research.
Updated and expanded, this second edition includes tips for writing CVs and personal statements, empirically validated strategies for succeeding in classes, and guidance to help students think about their options after college. This consummate guide will help students get the most out of your psychology degree!