This handbook consists of two volumes (see Volume 2). In this volume there are chapters that are intended to provide the reader with ideas on how to organize the advising process, advising students with a wide range of special needs, using the advising process to promote both curricular and extra-curricular activities, what to say in an advising session, and how to assess advising. In Volume 2, the chapters provide advisors and students with information about how to prepare for a career in one of the many sub-fields of psychology.
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Miller, R. L., & Irons, J. G. (2014). Academic advising: A handbook for advisors and students Volume 1: Models, Students, Topics, and Issues. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology web site: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/academic-advising-2014-vol1
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