Graduate School in Psychology:
Helpful Resources

(NOTE: The following lists are NOT exhaustive!)


1. (part of the American Psychological Association web page)
2. (has Peterson’s Guide to Graduate Schools online)
3. (Association of Neuroscience list of departments & programs)
4. (listing of GRE information, including prices, deadlines, & locations)
5. (portal to many psychology grad school links; award-winning website with information about graduate school in psychology)
6. (“So You Want to Go to Graduate School?” advice from the University of Waterloo)
7. (look up graduate programs by school or by subject)
8. (resource for internships and summer research)

Print Sources

1. Graduate Study in Psychology 2007 (APA; complete practical information on more than 500 psychology programs in the U.S. and Canada)
2. Insider’s Guide to Graduate Programs in Clinical and Counseling Psychology: 2006/2007 (Wayne et al., updated regularly)
3. Graduate Programs in Psychology 2004 (Peterson’s Decision Guides: Graduate Programs)
4. The Complete Guide to Graduate School Admission: Psychology, Counseling, and Related Professions
(Keith-Spiegel & Wiederman, 2000)
5. The Portable Mentor: Expert Guide to a Successful Career in Psychology (Patterson & Prinstein, 2003)
6. Getting In: A Step-By-Step Plan for Gaining Admission to Graduate School in Psychology (APA, 1993)
7. Career Paths in Psychology: Where Your Degree Can Take You (Sternberg, 1997)
8. Preparing for Graduate Study in Psychology: 101 Questions and Answers (Buskit & Burke, 2007)
9. Getting What You Came For: The Smart Student’s Guide to Earning a Masters or a Ph.D. (Peters, 1997)