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VIDEO: Creative Careers in Psychology

Rather than following a predictable career path, many future psychologists will have to find their own way. How can graduate students prepare for this uncertain but exciting future?

In this video, Steven Walfish, PhD, offers his tips for being creative with a career in psychology.

Published by The APA Video on March 25, 2013 | Runtime: 3:36  min.

 

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Published: December 30, 2011
Author: Prudence Cendoma, M.L.I.S.

Last Revised: April 29, 2013
Revised By: Judith Jablonski

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Welcome to the PSYC102
Professional Careers and Education in Psychology
Course Guide


This Course Guide provides links to APUS library subscriptions related to your course, as well as links to freely available online study tools. Use the tabs above to navigate to article databases, journals and books, as well as high-quality open web content. 

Don't forget that you can also find general resources on the Psychology Program Guide.

If you would like additional help with your research projects or with learning how to use library resources

      
     

    Psychology Library Guides

    This is a master list of Course Guides for the APUS Psychology Program. 
    It is updated each time a new guide is published.

    If you do not see a guide listed for your course, then please use the Psychology Program Guide until a Course Guide is developed. The Program Guide is broader in scope than a Course Guide, but it includes many authoritative resources to help to get you started.

     

     

    VIDEO: Introduction: What is Psychology?

    In this episode, Dr. Norman B. Anderson, CEO of the American Psychological Association, defines psychology as the study of the mind and behavior and explains how psychology affects all aspects of the human experience.

    This episode is the first in a series published by the APA called This is Psychology.  To view the rest of the videos in this series, click on this link.

    Published on Sep 21, 2012. | Runtime: 2:25 min.

    Closed Captioning provided.  After starting video, click on  in bottom border of viewing screen.

     

    Video: A Passion for Psychology

    In this video, several members of the American Psychological Association talk about why they became psychologists, what they enjoy about psychology, and the benefits of belonging to the APA.

    Published on Mar 14, 2012. | Runtime: 8:41 min.

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    What Do Psychologists Do?

    Psychologists work in a wide range of specialist areas.  This list of non-APUS links is a brief sampling of professional job types. Other career information can be foundin the Career Resources box on this page.

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