Helpful Links for Undergraduates and Graduates
The following are useful websites for undergraduate students to visit to learn more about careers in psychology as well as research and conferences in specialized areas of psychology.
- The American Psychological Association
- The Association for Psychological Sciences
- A highly rated graduate school directory: www.gradschools.com
- 2015 Meeting of EPA
- 2015 Meeting of American Psychology Law Society
- Online Psychology Laboratory
- The Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- The Society for Personality and Social Psychology
The following links are helpful to students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical and Forensic Psychology. In addition, information exists regarding experimental psychology programs and licensing requirements for the state of Rhode Island.
- HumanServicesEdu.org: Counseling Licensure in Rhode Island
- European Association of Psychology and Law: Studying Forensic Psychology in the US
- American Psychological Association
- APS’s journal: Clinical Psychological Science
- American Psychology Law Society Conference S2018
Master's students can apply for membership into Psi Chi International Honor Society. This is a lifetime membership and the fee is $75.00. The Roger Williams University advisors are Dr. Jaqui Cottle and Dr. Frank Eyetsemitan.
When conducting your master's thesis, you will need have completed training in conducting research with human subjects. The required training is available on the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) website.
The necessary forms for completing your Human Subjects Review Board application can be found on the Human Subjects Review Board Applications page.