Developing and Managing Collaborations

These resources cover topics such as generating academic and social networks, developing and managing collaborations, and establishing a professional presence.


Generating Academic/Social Networks

Brazen Life. The 5 Biggest Myths About Networking.

Forbes. Four Career Networking Tips That Work.

Forbes. Networking Survival Tips.

Help Guide. Job Networking Tips.

Kashdan, T. (2014, April 4). 10 unwritten rules for success in graduate school.

Keeley, J. Afful, S. E., Stiegler-Balfour, J. J., Good, J. J., & Leder, S. So you landed a job-What’s next? Advice for early career psychologists from early career psychologists.

Lantsoght, E. (2013). Six Steps to Finding a Job After the PhD. GradHacker


Managing Collaborations

APA Science Student Council (2006). A graduate student’s guide to determining authorship credit and authorship order.

Bridgewater, C.A., Bornstein, P.H., & Wallenbach, J.  (1981).  Ethical issues and the assignment of publication credit.  American Psychologist, 36, 524-525.

Costa, M. M., & Gatz, M. (1992). Determination of authorship credit in published dissertations.  Psychological Science, 3, 354-357.

Diener, E. (2006). Introduction to the Special Section: Professional Issues in Psychological Science and a Discussion of Collaboration Indicators. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 1(4), 312-315.

Fine, M. A., & Kurdek, L. A. (1993).  Reflections on determining authorship credit and authorship order on faculty-student collaborations.  American Psychologist, 48, 1141-1147.

Garfield, E. (1978, October).  The ethics of scientific publication.  Current Contents, 40, 5-12.

Ni, Preston. Communication Success: 10 keys to handling unreasonable & difficult people.

Mitchell, L. (2014). Balancing Grad School and Non-Academic Opportunities. GradHacker.

McGue, M. (2000). Authorship and intellectual property.  In B. D. Sales & S. Folkman (Eds.), Ethics in research with human participants (pp. 75-95).  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Department of Sociology. (1998) Co-authorship between faculty and students in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania, Department of Sociology.

Shivel, K.D. (2012). Picking a Good Mentor. GradHacker.

Spiegel, D., & Keith-Spiegel, P.  (1970).  Assignment of publication credits:  Ethics and the practices of psychologists.  American Psychologist, 25, 738-747.

Wagner, R. & Muller, G. A Challenge for Collaborators: Acceptance.

Wasburn, M. H. (2007). Mentoring women faculty: An instrumental case study of strategic collaboration. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 15, 57-72.


Establishing a Professional Presence

Alberta Learning Information Service. Tip Sheets: Managing Your Social Media Identity.

Business Insider. 13 Things You Never Knew You Could do on LinkedIn

Mashable. How to Create a Killer Personal Branding Campaign.

Rancatore, R. The 85% Rule of Personal Branding