September 2006 | Vol. 4 No. 3

September 2006 gradPSYCH Magazine cover

COVER PACKAGE: Personal time

What programs do to help students beat the academic crunch.

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CAREER CENTER

Disability does not discriminate

What you need to know to work with clients who have disabilities.

Finding more trainingPursuing the perfect research postdoc

To find a postdoctoral fellowship that will advance your career, personal connections and persistent questioning are key.

Removing a barrier

In February, APA’s Council of Representatives voted to affirm the doctorate as the minimum educational requirement for entry in professional psychology. But the change won’t take effect without state advocacy from you.

Research postdocs under the microscope

CLASS ACT

A winding road, a virtual end

Graduate student Cade McCall uses virtual reality to explore people’s social attitudes.

Statue of a gun with a knotted barrel

DEGREE IN SIGHT

Student leaders

Meet APA’s student leaders—and learn how they’re working for graduate students.

What feminism means today

Feminism needs more advancing and less disparaging, some psychology students and faculty believe.

One hundred dollar bills

MONEY MATTERS

APF offers scholarships, grantsFinding funding

Tap APA’s resources, state psychological associations and other funding sources to give your research a boost.