of The School Psychologist
About the Student Corner
We are accepting submissions from graduate students, sharing their perspectives on a variety of topics pertinent to the study and field of school psychology. The following is a list of potential topics for Student Corner articles:
Building a Research Agenda
Conferences and Professional
Culture and Diversity
Fieldwork (i.e., practica)
Internship (e.g., applying, decision-making process)
Job Search Process
Mentorship & Advising
Work-Life Balance in Graduate School
As a general guideline, articles should not exceed 2,500 words total (including references).
Instructions on preparing the manuscript (including, tables, figures, references, metrics and abstracts) appear in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition).
Manuscripts are to comply with the APA Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS; see American Psychologist, 2008, 63, 839–851 or Appendix in the Publication Manual). Papers that do not conform to these guidelines and those that are not appropriate for publication in the Student Corner may be returned without full review. If you have any questions about submitting an article for the Student Corner, please contact the current editor, Cydney Quinn.
In addition to articles, the Student Corner will feature up to two SASP chapter or individual members in each issue of the School Psychologist. To be considered for a feature, please contact the SASP Membership Chair, Jessie Kotik.
SASP is seeking a select number of adjunct student reviewers for the Student Corner. If you are interested, please send a CV and cover letter to Cydney Quinn.
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