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  • 2016- 2017

    Proposed 10-22-15

    University of North Dakota

    Psychology Graduate Student Handbook

  • UND Psychology Graduate Student Handbook Ψ 1

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview of Graduate Training ............................................................................................... 5

    Department Overview & History .............................................................................................. 5 Graduate Admissions ............................................................................................................. 6 Sequential Steps in Graduate Training (Clinical & G/E) .......................................................... 6

    The Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Program ................................................................................ 7 Core, Associated & Adjunct Faculty ........................................................................................ 7 Instructional Skills Training Track (“Teaching Track”) ............................................................. 9 Quentin N. Burdick American Indians in Psychology Program ................................................ 9 Clinical Program Philosophy, Goals, & Objectives .................................................................10

    GOAL I: students and program graduates will behave in an ethical and professional manner when meeting their responsibilities as scientist-practitioner clinical psychologists; e.g. demonstrate professionalism, have effective relationships, & practice reflectively. ............................................... 11 GOAL II: Students and program graduates will recognize and appreciate the importance of cultural diversity and individual differences in understanding human psychological functioning: ................. 12 GOAL III. Graduates of our program will demonstrate knowledge in psychopathology and competency in the delivery of a wide range of clinical assessment and psychotherapy services that are theory-based and empirically-supported. ..................................................................................... 13 GOAL IV. Students and program graduates will demonstrate an appreciation of the scientific method and applicable knowledge in the areas of research methodology (including techniques of data collection and analysis) and the biological, developmental, cognitive-affective, and social bases of behavior: ......................................................................................................................................... 13 GOAL V. Students and program graduates will show competency in assuming roles that extend beyond the direct delivery of mental health services as a scientist-practitioner clinical psychologist: ............................................................................................................................................................ 14

    Normal Progress Requirements for Clinical Students ............................................................14 Comps Eligibility .................................................................................................................................. 15 Internship Readiness Eligibility ............................................................................................................ 15

    Clinical Comprehensive Exams .............................................................................................15 Clinical Research Training .....................................................................................................16

    Thesis/Dissertation Committee Selection ........................................................................................... 16 Professional Development Seminar (PDS) Series .................................................................17

    Attendance & Remediation. ................................................................................................................ 18 Clinical Practicum Training ....................................................................................................18

    Eligibility for Assessment & Intervention Practica .............................................................................. 18 PSYC 580: Psychological Services Center (PSC). .................................................................................. 20 PSYC 587: External Placements ........................................................................................................... 20 Additional Supervised Clinical Experiences (ASCE) .............................................................................. 22 Practicum Course Enrollments ............................................................................................................ 23 Weekly Practicum Monitoring Requirement. ...................................................................................... 25

    Clinical Internship Training ....................................................................................................26 Unaccredited Internships .................................................................................................................... 26

  • UND Psychology Graduate Student Handbook Ψ 2

    Workload Restrictions ............................................................................................................27 Clinical Student Financial Support .........................................................................................28 Clinical Program Doctoral Graduation Requirements .............................................................29

    Enrollment in UNIV 994 ....................................................................................................................... 29 You Must Be Continually Enrolled ....................................................................................................... 29 Your Internship Director Must Verify Completion ............................................................................... 30 August Graduation Caveats ................................................................................................................ 30

    The General/Experimental Psychology Ph.D. Program ........................................................32 Overview ...............................................................................................................................32

    Goals of the Program .......................................................................................................................... 32 Core Areas of Study ............................................................................................................................. 33 History of the Program ........................................................................................................................ 34

    G/E Research Training ..........................................................................................................34 The Research Advisor .......................................................................................................................... 34 The Thesis and Dissertation ................................................................................................................ 35 Other Research .................................................................................................................................... 36

    Comprehensive Exams..........................................................................................................36 Overview ............................................................................................................................................. 36 Comprehensive Exam 1: The Grant ..................................................................................................... 36 Component 2: Integrative Review Paper ............................................................................................ 37 Evaluation of Comprehensive Exams .................................................................................................. 39 Frequently Asked Questions about Comprehensive Exams ................................................................ 40

    Assessment of Breadth of Knowledge ...................................................................................43 The Forensic Psychology Program .......................................................................................43 Year by Year Details................................................................................................................44

    Year 1: Beginning of Classes.................................................................................................44 Year 1: Fall and Spring Semesters ........................................................................................45 Year 2 ....................................................................................................................................46 Year 3 ....................................................................................................................................46 Year 4 ....................................................................................................................................47 Year 5 ....................................................................................................................................47

    Normal Progress and Conditional Status ..............................................................................48 Conditional Status ......................................................................................