The digital edition of gradPSYCH, APA’s magazine for its
student members, is free and open to all readers at www.
This issue’s highlights include:
• Students from abroad: Graduate students from other
countries face unique challenges in the United States.
• Changes ahead for the internship Match: Soon, only
students from accredited programs will be allowed to
participate. Here’s what students need to know, especially if
they are in nonaccredited programs.
• Should you pay for Match prep services? Probably not.
Many of services you need are already available for free or a
• Earning that IRB stamp of approval: For many students,
obtaining Institutional Review Board approval is the first
step they’ll take
their research idea a
reality. Here’s how to
make that process go
conflicts on social
media: Enraged by a
fellow student’s post?
“Take a deep breath”
and other strategies
your social media
Check out the September issue of gradPSYCH
How one psychologist aims
to end homelessness
Utah has reduced homelessness in the state by 91
percent since 2005 — vindication for psychologist Sam
Tsemberis, PhD, who has advocated for a novel approach
to ending homelessness. Watch this Monitor digital extra
video to learn more about his work.
— Lea Winerman