Letters

January's diverse palate 

As a future academic with interest in training psychologists, I found the article on "Motivating the yawners" and Dr. Williams-Nickelson's article on supervision to be informative. Supervision, whether in research or clinical practice, is an essential aspect of training as a psychologist, and I would like to see a more in-depth look at this issue.
MICHAEL B. MADSON
Marquette University

It's always interesting to know what seasoned psychologists may have wanted someone to tell them in graduate school ("Words from the wise," January gradPSYCH). When I have an opportunity to get philosophical input from those who have been in the field for a while, I find that it stays with me much longer and likely affects me more as a professional than when I get practical advice.

I appreciate the "Money Matters" section as well, because money is a key issue for many grad students, and one that I find is often minimized.
KERRI L. TOM
Texas School of Professional Psychology at Argosy/Dallas


 

CORRECTIONS

In the print edition of January gradPSYCH, there were two incorrect Web addresses:

• In the "Postdoc resources" section of the article "The skinny on the postdoc" (page 32 in the print edition), APA's Minority Fellowship Program Web address should have been www.apa.org/mfp.

• In the sidebar "School psychologists differ in their credentialing requirements" of the article "What you need to know to get licensed" (page 37 in the print edition), the APA Practice Portal address should have been www.apapractice.org.

These URLs were correct in the Web versions of the articles.


 

Join APA and APAGS!

As an APAGS member you:

  • are eligible for APAGS' scholarships and awards

  • can subscribe to a wide array of listservs targeted to your specific interests

  • receive subscriptions to the American Psychologist, Monitor on Psychology and gradPSYCH

  • receive discounts off non-member rates for the purchase of books and journals

  • gain access to Professional Liability Insurance for graduate students in psychology from the APA Insurance Trust

  • and MUCH MORE!

Get Involved!

Get involved in legislative advocacy as an APAGS Campus Representative! Connect with your division through the new Division Student Representative Network!

Find out about these opportunities and many more on the APAGS Web site: www.apa.org/apags/

Membership information is available at www.apa.org/apags/ or call 1-800-374-2721. If you would like a Student Affiliate Application, email APAGS or call 202-336-6014.