Developing and Managing Collaborations

These resources cover topics such as generating academic and social networks, developing and managing collaborations, and tips for early career relationships and success.

 

Generating Academic/Social Networks

Brazen Life. The 5 Biggest Myths About Networking.

Forbes. Networking Survival Tips.

Help Guide. Job Networking Tips.

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

How to network the right way: 8 tips

The five worst piece of networking advice – and what to do instead

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.

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.

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

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

 

Graduate School and Early Career Relationships and Success

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.

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

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