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This is the third part of the Academic Career Education Series. Continuing Education Credit is not offered for viewing this webcast.

FREE to current APA Members…Space is limited to only 300 spots

Applying to doctoral programs marks an important life milestone for you and other undergraduate majors and post-baccalaureate trainees. Importantly, some of the considerations for choosing where to receive undergraduate training (e.g., faculty-to-student ratio, quality of institution) take a “back seat” to the key factor in doctoral training that most impacts your career: Identifying the person who will serve as your mentor. Undergraduate programs rarely offer formal instruction in choosing doctoral mentors, and some of the factors you might consider could vary from year-to-year and by mentor.

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This is the second part of the Academic Career Education Series. Continuing Education Credit is not offered for viewing this webcast.

FREE to current APA Members…Space is limited to only 300 spots

Ever wondered how to engage your students more effectively in classes you teach? Ever experienced the dreaded “classroom of glazed eyes”? This seminar will explore innovative ways to get your students excited to learn and will enable them to translate their learning to other settings.

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This is the first part of the Academic Career Education Series. Continuing Education Credit is not offered for viewing this webcast.

FREE to current APA Members…Space is limited to only 300 spots

Ever wonder what happens AFTER you are offered an academic position?  What is expected of you and what opportunities will you have? What should you say or do, and how do you determine what you can negotiate and what is non-negotiable?

 

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This is the third part of the Academic Career Education Series.

Publishing academic work often involves submitting scholarly manuscripts to peer-reviewed journals. A key component of the publishing process involves receiving commentary about your work from peers in your field, and satisfactorily responding to such commentary.

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This is the second part of the Academic Career Education Series.

Between teaching, research, and service, academics fulfill many roles with seemingly little time to devote to each of them. This can leave new and experienced professors alike feeling they are never quite “good enough”.

 

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This is the first part of the Academic Career Education Series.

The academic Job Talk is arguably the single most important component of the academic interview, or “Campus Visit.”  It represents a critical, and public, sample of your program of research and your style of teaching, as well as your critical thinking, responsiveness to feedback and a whole range of non-specific variables, like your “accessibility,” “collegiality,” or “likeability.” 

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GPE is a national program that supports interprofessional practicum, internship, and postdoctoral training in rural and urban settings in underserved communities. This is a free one-hour webinar to inform the field about the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Program. APA anticipates HRSA will release a GPE Funding Opportunity Announcement for the FY 2019 grant cycle soon.

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This presentation provides an overview of the science-based biopsychosocial approach to conceptualizing behavioral health care. This presentation will review these issues, outline how behavioral health care treatment is informed by the biopsychosocial approach, and show why this approach is essential for working in emerging areas such as integrated primary care.

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Do you want to know how your program can obtain APA Accreditation?  Watch this webcast and get your questions answered. This introductory webinar will provide an overview of the program documents required for developing and maintaining a psychology internship in order to support preparation for applying for accreditation by the American Psychological Association (APA).

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This webcast will provide information about internship programs’ public materials, including such items as brochures, websites, program policies, and training handbooks. The American Psychological Association requires that accredited internship programs follow specific requirements regarding the content and availability of public materials.

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This introductory webinar will provide an overview of data collection processes and documentation required for developing and maintaining a psychology internship that is prepared to seek accreditation by the American Psychological Association.  The instructors will present definitions and descriptions of required and recommended program data.

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This webcast will introduce the challenges, problems, research, and resources associated with report writing. The primary focus will be to review the following six core principles of an optimal report. Each of these six principles will be accompanied by clear, specific strategies on how they can be achieved along with case and report examples.

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The webcast will provide a basic overview of assessment in primary care for doctoral students in health service psychology. Beginning with an overview of the healthcare system in the U.S., the Patient Centered Medical Home, and integrated primary care setting, the webinar will focus on assessment in three common types of encounters: Pull-ins, collaborative encounters, and psychological testing.

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This webcast discusses the steps to take in Applying to Graduate School in Psychology. It includes 12 modules, presented by award-winning psychologist-educators Drs. John Norcross and Tom Hogan. They will guide students step-by-step through the preparation, application, interview and admission process.

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Significant progress has been made recently towards the development of technologies to assist people with neurological problems. Although scientists and engineers have the ability to develop these new neurotechnologies, some people question if and how researchers should proceed with this research.

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