March 2013 | Vol. 11 No. 2

gradPSYCH March 2013

COVER PACKAGE: Where do the hours go?

Dr. Isabel Gauthier, editor of JEP: G.


The art of acceptance

Learn to value and respect the publication review process.

Turn a new page

Consider adding these off-the-beaten-path books to your next psychology syllabus.

Have student ID, will travel

Graduate students are taking advantage of opportunities to hone their language skills, collaborate with foreign researchers and work with other psychologists worldwide.

Caelin White ©Winnipeg Free Press, Ruth Bonneville, October 9, 2012, reprinted with permission


One tough advocate

Through his involvement in an ultimate endurance race, a University of Manitoba graduate student takes aim at stigma and access to care.

APAGS celebrates its silver anniversary

Just 25 years ago, a student psychology organization was a radical idea. Much has changed since then.

Who are you, and what did you do with my spouse?


Who are you, and what did you do with my spouse?

The demands of graduate school can wreak havoc on your love life, but emphasizing shared projects and values can help keep relationships strong.

Why we love grad school

Students share their favorite aspects of life in academe.

Come on, get happy

Tap into the latest happiness research to find ways to improve your mood.

The Internship Hunters


Interview madness

Five graduate students on the internship hunt share the highs and lows of interviewing.

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