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Nausicaa

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About Nausicaa

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Virginia
  • Interests
    Emotion, empathy (both affective and cognitive components), self-regulation, self-efficacy, heroism
  • Application Season
    2013 Fall
  • Program
    Social Psychology PhD
  1. Call now and leave a voicemail. This is something you'll want to talk to them about directly I'd think...
  2. I got a call last night offering me acceptance to a PhD program with $13,00/yr stipend-- I'm super excited and I already told my POI that I want to accept, but is emailing him today a bit quick? As in, will I look like I didn't do my homework or something? This is the only program I had the possibility of attending and he knows this, but I'm worried that I'll look desperate rather than CRAZY FUCKING HAPPY Also, I realized that I have a few questions about the teaching load and stipends that I feel like I should have asked during our interview. I want to attend regardless (unless it's a 3:
  3. Could the person who got into VCU social psych pm me your POI?
  4. I would say that you have a very strong chance of getting an offer, but like the POI said they're talking to applicants to find the best fit since money is tight. But at this point they know that you're a candidate who seems like someone they would want-- the question is whether there's another applicant who is more of what they want. It's also about your fit with the school so they're also gauging how you like/get along with the grad students and faculty.
  5. I want to amend what I said because it was way too pessimistic. It is definitely possible that some programs just have more applicants to sift through and haven't been able to contact people yet... good luck to you!
  6. Thank you! I guess you must have wow-ed them with your knowledge and personality but that is encouraging. I appreciate everyone else's input/support as well.
  7. Thanks; and good luck to you with your other schools! I realize I should just wait and I'll hear when I hear.
  8. For the places you didn't interview at, I would assume those are lost causes. I'm in the same situation as you are with CUNY so I'm not sure.
  9. I want to say that it might not always be "who declines" over "how many decline"-- I know someone who was told she was first on the waitlist for social psych, but if anyone accepted to any of the psych disciplines declined, she would get in.
  10. I hate even asking this because I know it's why we have the Results Search, but has anyone heard back from the VCU social psych program? I know they've sent out notices for clinical and health psych, but I don't know if I should assume not having heard anything = rejection at this point. Ughhh I just want to know...
  11. CU Boulder: Area: Social Rationalization: Well, I wasn't really aware that CU was incredibly competitive, so I guess I just wasn't "wow" enough. Also my research emphasis may not have been the good fit with the lab. I really, really wanted to go to Colorado, though... Word: Sigh... U Oregon: Area: Social Rat: I don't know! I had a great research fit and interest in the program... maybe I just wasn't warm enough in my emails beforehand. Word: Aw...
  12. So, the short version is that I went to my interview incredibly under-dressed; while the other three applicants all wore grey suits I had on a green dress and boots... The long, but not really important, version is that for Interview Day last Friday I was one of two applicants to my POI's lab and four in total to the department. I actually live in the city near the school, so I had driven there from another meeting I had early in the morning. On the way there, I spilled coffee all over my suit so I had to run home and change into SOMETHING decent; the only thing I had clean was that dress.
  13. I was rejected from social, so there's that.
  14. I suggest checking out researchers who are prominent in the literature; if you have access to psychInfo you could do a search of the research being done and see where those people are working. Email them, explain your interest in the field, and ask if they might be taking on grad students next year.
  15. I just sent an email to the POI I want to work with... god I can't wait for this to be over so I can stop ruminating about it. I love how I spent much of the interview day talking about how awesome mindfulness and self-compassion is, and all I can do is worry about how it went! My fiancee is ironically the one who keeps telling me to stay in the present moment. Ah well...
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