Becoming a Student at the Southeastern Behavior Analysis Center (SEBAC) - run by Dr. Palya
Applying to Graduate School in Psychology by Lisa Terre, PhD
Applying to Graduate School: Maximizing Your Chances for Success by Carla Strassle
What Does Your Transcript Say About You, and What Can You Do If It Says Things You Don't Like? by Drew Appleby, Director of Undergraduate Studies in Psychology
Gaining Admission Into the Graduate Program of Your Choice by Kristy L. Arnold and Kelly Lora Horrigan
Applicant Characteristics Valued by Graduate Programs in Psychology by Drew Appleby, Julie Keenan, and Beth Mauer
Applying to Graduate School in Clinical Psychology: Advice for the Aspiring Applicant by Katherine A. Schoeneman and Thomas J. Schoeneman
Graduate Admissions in Psychology: I. The Application Process by John C. Norcross, Jessica L. Kohout, and Marlene Wicherski
Graduate Admissions in Psychology: II. Acceptance Rates and Financial Considerations by John C. Norcross, Jessica L. Kohout, and Marlene Wicherski
GREs and GPAs: The Numbers Game in Graduate Admissions by John C. Norcross
I'm Getting My Bachelor's Degree in Psychology--What Can I Do With It? by R. Eric Landrum - Boise State University Career Preparation
Alternative Master's Degree Programs for Psychology Majors by Linda L. Walsh
Appreciating the PsyD: The Facts by John C. Norcross and Patricia H. Castle
Clinical Versus Counseling Psychology: What's the Diff? by John C. Norcross
Cutting-Edge Specialties for Graduate Study in Psychology by Lisa Terre and Rebecca M. Stoddart (Section Editors)
Master's and Myth: Little-Known Information About a Popular Degree by Tomme R. Actkinson
The Curriculum Vita: A Student's Guide to Preparation by R. Eric Landrum
Getting a Good Letter of Recommendation by Kirsten Rewey
Applying to Graduate School: Writing a Compelling Personal Statement by Bette L. Bottoms and Kari L. Nysse
The "Personal" Side of Graduate School Personal Statements by Randall E. Osborne
Finding Opportunities to Get Involved in Research: Some Advice From the Students' Perspective by Gia Sadowski, Delores Flagler, Kevin Dowd, Jamie Ball, and Lynn H. Collins
Maximizing Undergraduate Opportunities: The Value of Research and Other Experiences by R. Eric Landrum, PhD
Official GRE Website - The GRE® General Test measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study. The GRE® Subject Tests gauge undergraduate achievement in eight specific fields of study.
Demystifying the GRE Psychology Test: A Brief Guide for Students by Margaret W. Matlin and James W. Kalat
This is not an exhaustive list of psychology organizations by any stretch, but these are organizations that many of our faculty and students belong to and present at their conferences.
Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA) - The Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABA International) is a nonprofit professional membership organization with the mission to develop, enhance, and support the growth and vitality of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice.
Society for the Quantitative Analysis of Behavior (SQAB) - The Society for Quantitative Analyses of Behavior (SQAB) was founded to present symposia and publish material which bring a quantitative analysis to bear on the understanding of behavior. This International Society holds its annual meeting in conjunction with the Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA). Talks at SQAB focus on the development and use of mathematical formulations to: characterize one or more dimensions of an obtained data set, derive predictions to be compared with data, and generate novel data analyses
. Southeastern Society for Behavior Analysis (SEABA) - SEABA is a regional affiliate of the Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA). Like its parent organization, SEABA seeks to promote scholarly discourse within and about Behavior Analysis. SEABA membership and convention registration are open to anyone with a scholarly interest in Behavior Analysis.
Alabama Association for Behavior Analysis (ALABA) - ALABA serves as a scientific and professional reference group that embraces the principles and practices of behavior analysis. Our goal is to promote research that will advance the understanding of behavior and to identify and promote the use of effective and humane behavioral procedures that meet the educational and habilitative needs of individuals. In addition, ALABA strives to serve as a resource for political, legislative, and policy-making bodies in Alabama in ways that support the scientific and professional interests of behavior analysis.
Association for Psychological Science (APS) - The Association's mission is to promote, protect, and advance the interests of scientifically oriented psychology in research, application, teaching, and the improvement of human welfare.
American Psychological Association (APA) - The objects of the American Psychological Association shall be to advance psychology as a science and profession and as a means of promoting health, education, and human welfare.
Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SSPP) - Its purpose is to promote philosophy and psychology in the southern section of the United States by facilitating the exchange of ideas among those engaged in these fields of inquiry, by encouraging investigation, by fostering the educational function of philosophy and psychology, and by improving the academic status of the subjects.
Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) - The goals of the Society are to further the generation and dissemination of research in personality and social psychology.