An Online Resource to Enable Undergraduate Psychology Majors to Identify and Investigate 172 Psychology and Psychology-Related Careers (2011)Author(s): Drew C. Appleby, Brandon S. Millspaugh, and Melissa J. Hammersley
Affiliation: Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Description: This complete revision of Appleby’s (2006) resource provides a list of 172 occupations that psychology majors may pursue, together with the associated URLs to various online descriptions of the occupations, from the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT), O*NET, the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH), and other reputable Web sites. Advisors can use this resource to assist psychology majors in identifying potential career paths.
A Job List of One's Own: Creating Customized Career Information for Psychology Majors (2009)Author(s): D. W. Rajecki
Affiliation: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Description: "I identify Internet resources that can enable users to easily obtain authoritative, detailed, and up-to-date information about the specifics of particular occupations, and conditions in the contemporary U.S. job market."
Doctor of Psychology Programs Today: Location, Accreditation, Administration, Specialization (2007)Author(s): J. Daniel A. Brynolf and Stephen C. McConnell
Affiliation: Wright State University
Description: This Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) Program Guide is a quick reference for both prospective Psy.D. students and their professors or academic advisors. All Psy.D. programs are listed by location, administration, specialization, subspecializations available, American Psychological Association accreditation status, program length, and dissertation/research project requirement. There are currently 117 Psy.D. programs listed, which is a 22% increase compared to 2004.
Undergraduate Preparation For Graduate Training In Forensic Psychology (2006)Author(s): Jeffrey L. Helms and Laura L. Mayhew
Affiliation: Kennesaw State University
So Your Students Want to be Sport Psychologists! (2003)Author(s): Diane L. Finley
Affiliation: Prince George's Community College
Description: This 10-page document introduces the field of sport psychology, provides guidelines for advising students and suggestions for appropriate courses.
Note: 2001 OTRP Instructional Resource Award
A Student's Guide to Careers in the Helping Professions (1999)Author(s): Melissa J. Himelein
Affiliation: University of North Carolina at Asheville
Description: This 45-page document describes 15 helping professions both within and outside psychology.
Position Opening: Professor--Is College Teaching a Career You Should Consider? (1992)Author(s): Lisa Gray-Shellberg, Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Pat Williams and David Cole
Description: Career advisement brochure for use with undergraduates
What Departments and Faculty Can Do To Assist Their Undergraduate Students with Their Graduate School Planning (1990)Author(s): Patricia Keith-Spiegel
Affiliation: Ball State University
Description: 3 pages