Graduate School in Psychology:
Helpful Resources

(NOTE: The following lists are NOT exhaustive!)

Websites

1. http://www.apa.org/students/student3.html (part of the American Psychological Association web page)
2. http://www.petersons.com/GradChannel (has Peterson’s Guide to Graduate Schools online)
3. http://www.andp.org (Association of Neuroscience list of departments & programs)
4. http://www.gre.org/ (listing of GRE information, including prices, deadlines, & locations)
5. http://www.psychgrad.org (portal to many psychology grad school links; award-winning website with information about graduate school in psychology)
6. http://www.psychology.uwaterloo.ca/gradprog/preparation/grad_school_in_psych.html (“So You Want to Go to Graduate School?” advice from the University of Waterloo)
7. http://www.gradschools.com (look up graduate programs by school or by subject)
8. http://www.hamilton.edu/college/career/experience (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)