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Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Forensic psychology

A guide to finding forensic psychology information, by Ellen Sexton.

Psychology career e-books - click on title to get to the book

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Psychology career books on the shelves in the Library

Kracen, A. & Wallace, I. (Ed.s).  (2008).  Applying to graduate school in psychology: advice from successful students and prominent psychologistsReference  BF77 .A67 2008

Kuther, T (2006).  Your career in psychology: clinical and counseling psychology. Belmont, CA : Thomson/Wadsworth.  Reference Desk RC467.95 .K88 2006 

Kuther, T (2004).  Your career in psychology: Psychology and the law. Belmont, CA : Thomson/Wadsworth.  Reference Desk BF76 .K883 2004 

Morgan, B. (2002). Majoring in psych?  Career options for psychology undergraduates.  2nd ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Reference BF 76.M67 2002.

Osher, G. (2006). Life as a psychologist: Career choices and insights. Stacks: BF 76.O88 2006 

Schultheiss, D. (2008).  Psychology as a major: is it right for me and what can I do with my degree? Reference Desk  BF77 .P35 2008

Silvia, P., Delaney, P. & Marcovitch, S. (2009).  What psychology majors could ( and should) be doing: An informal guide to research experience and professional skills.  Washington, DC: APA   Stacks BF76.5.S497 2009.