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Showing results for tags 'social psychology' in content updated in the last year.
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Someone created this last year and I thought it was a great idea to get different perspectives and see how others were coping with their rejections! I think it will be good for us to start one this year, and begin to decompress/start thinking of plan B (or C, or D, E.. etc) after rejections come trickling in. Use the following template if it helps! School: Area/Degree: Rationalization: Comment: Coping tactics:
Hello! I was wondering if anyone here has applied to/heard back from the Psychology department at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario. I visited back in October and was told that their "graduate applicant day" is usually held at the end of January. Here we are in the middle of January and I have not yet received an invite (nor have I seen any posts about Brock). Getting nervous!
Hello! I am a Masters student at University of Leicester, and would love for my fellow psychologists to fill out my survey for my final year project! The research focuses on attachment and personality styles influence on romantic relationships. The link is below: http://goo.gl/forms/OgjxAedzLVwlAC8W2 Thank you!
Hi all! My name is Ailis and I am currently completing a masters at the London School of Economics in Social and Organisational Psychology. I also completed by undergraduate degree in psychology, so for any of you interested in studying psychology or conducting research in any of the social sciences, I can certainly offer some guidance!! I have experience conducting a range of research- interviews, focus groups, structured observations, questionnaires, participant observation (I have also spent time conducting market research), but I am particularly well practiced in experimental design, after designing an experiment for my undergraduate and masters dissertations. Organisational Psychology is a relatively new pocket of the psychology discipline, and I know more and more courses are popping up around the world which specialize in it. For anyone looking to pursue a degree in organisational psych, I can definitely shed some light on what it is like, the kind of research going on, and prospective careers after. I am hoping to get my dissertation published, it is concerned with the connection between organisational culture and leadership. If you might like to have a look, please visit: https://lse.ut1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eGabzSz1J0hb9nT Where you can complete the questionnaire and see what this kind of research looks like! I'd be happy to explain more about the research goals and rationale after completion if anyone should like to! I look forward to speaking with you! Ailis
ILuvPsych2013 posted a topic in PsychologyHey everyone, I have been looking at I/O programs for about a year. In my search, I ahve started coming across some Social/Organizational Psychology programs at places like NYU, Northern Illinois University, Temple University, and Columbia. Does anyone know the main differences between I/O and S/O? Is one more suited for academic vs. applied settings? Is one more prestigious than the other? Just trying to make sure I am exploring all of my options. Thanks!