Many instructors of psychology are looking for methods of incorporating outside resources into their daily psychology classrooms. Students of psychology may also be looking for books related to their areas of interest in the field and may be looking for recommended readings that add to what their textbook or class resources have provided. This book blog seeks to address these concerns and bring current research and information from recently published books in the field of psychology into the classroom.
Doctoral degrees in psychology offer individuals preparation to conduct scientific research, professional practice or both. Most individuals receive either the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree. Although each of these degrees is designed to engage students in deep knowledge and skills within a subfield of psychology, there are substantial differences in the type of training and career plans of individuals with these degrees. Finding the best-fitting program for an individual student begins with understanding these differences.
In the last blog, we focused on your reasons for going to graduate school – or, you can say you selected your destination in putting together your roadmap to graduate school.
Confirmation bias is the original sin of cognition. In seeking proof for only what we’ve already decided is true, we open ourselves to unlimited errors of thought. Maybe I’m amazed at my horoscope’s accuracy.