Psychologists in the Making
Special Issue Call for Papers
Ami Rokach, Ph.D., York University, Toronto, Canada
This special issue will highlight the process by which the academic institutions, clinicians, supervisors, and others contribute to prepare future psychologists for their professional career.
This will include articles describing the various issues in becoming a psychologist, including being accepted, studying, and surviving graduate school; what is most significant in the training of psychologists; the concerns, anxieties, and issues that beginning psychologists face and how to overcome them; who is best suited to practice/study psychology; what are the characteristics of psychology professors who most influence students, and more.
Type of manuscripts sought:
Research articles, but particularly review articles are invited. High quality personal accounts from experienced university professors or supervisors are welcome.
When submitting ensure, please, that the title of your submission is: Special issue – and your Ms. Title. Please mark on the site, when submitting that it is for a special issue, for otherwise it may not be considered.
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