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Revision as of 11:07, 17 December 2008

University of Southern California

Psychology Department

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES


  • Meetings are held in SGM 807 on Thursdays from 12:00pm to 12:30pm.


SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING EVENTS


COMPLETED MEETINGS

- Journals in Psychology

- Tips on conducting research - do's and dont's

- K-Awards

- Research at RAND

- The application process

- What jobs exist?

- Testing the interaction between two continuous variables

- How to apply and write applications

- Meta-analysis

- Mediation

*Please note that the following topics will be added shortly:
Power Analysis
Teaching




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