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The Importance of Taking Vacations

I enjoy the summertime as a grad student. Things are more laid back. I get to focus on my research without the distraction of lab meetings, TAships, and committee meetings. Incidentally, it’s also usually the time that I like to

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On Finding a Work-life Balance in Graduate School

Most clinical psychology students are familiar with Rosenhan’s study entitled “On being sane in insane places”. Briefly, Rosenhan had subjects simulate auditory hallucinations in order to gain entry into various psychiatric institutions. Following admission into the hospital, the pseudopatients acted

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New Year’s Resolution: Get Involved!

Gradifying’s first post back from the winter break is a timely one for any of you who are thinking of the new calendar year and the new semester as the time for fresh starts. Amanda Tracey, PhD Candidate in the

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Gradifying Poll

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