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(p. 319) Helping Undergraduates Make the Transition to Graduate School 

(p. 319) Helping Undergraduates Make the Transition to Graduate School
(p. 319) Helping Undergraduates Make the Transition to Graduate School

Brennan D. Cox

, Kristin L. Cullen

, William Buskist

, and Victor A. Benassi

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This chapter highlights several key changes that faculty can helpstudents prepare for as they leave their undergraduate institutions to begingraduate work. It provides data about common preconceptions andmisconceptions of graduate school, including advice from experienced graduatestudents about how first-year students can successfully negotiate theundergraduate-to-graduate transition. Although this chapter applies mainlyto preparing students for PhD programs in psychology, its suggestions will help faculty to prepare their undergraduates for any type ofgraduate degree in psychology.

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