The Psychology Major's Companion
Third EditionDana S. Dunn; Jane S. Halonen©2024
Designed to help both prospective and current psychology majors know what to expect from the undergraduate major, the larger discipline, and the marketplace beyond campus, The Psychology Major’s Companion, Third Edition gives you a map to planning a career in psychology. The authors include helpful skill-related tips, how to decide on options for course study, and how to apply to graduate school or get a job with an undergraduate degree.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 2 The Nature of Psychology and the Psychology Major
CHAPTER 3 Should You Major in Psychology?
CHAPTER 4 Building Psychology-Related Skills and Attitudes
CHAPTER 5 Hitting Your Stride as a Student
CHAPTER 6 Charting Your Course in the Major
CHAPTER 7 Doing Psychology Research from Start to Finish
CHAPTER 8 Building Distinction Through High-Impact Practices
CHAPTER 9 What Career Options Exist for Students With a Bachelor’s or an Associate’s Degree in Psychology?
CHAPTER 10 How to Land a Job With Your Degree in Psychology
CHAPTER 11 What Can You Do With an Advanced Degree in Psychology?
CHAPTER 12 How Do You Get Into Graduate Programs in Psychology?
CHAPTER 13 Keeping Connected to Psychology
Appendix A Annotated APA-Style Student Paper