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«The Clinical Developmental Handbook 2013-2014 Department of Psychology York University Updated: August 27, 2013 by Mary Desrocher 2 Table of ...»

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Ontario Graduate Scholarships (OGS) This provincial scholarship is open to students of all disciplines at the Master’s and Doctoral levels. You must have at least an A– average on previous grades to apply. Forms are available from the Faculty of Graduate Studies website (http://www.yorku.ca/grads/money_matters/ext_OGS.html) The deadline for applications is usually early to mid-October.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Master’s and Doctoral candidates can apply to this agency for funding on the merit of their research plans. Awards range from one to four years. Forms are available on the SSHRC website (http://www.sshrccrsh.gc.ca). The deadline for applications is usually in November.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Master’s and Doctoral candidates can apply to this agency for two-year scholarships based on their research plan. The deadline is usually in early October and forms are available on the NSERC website (http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca).

Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Master’s and Doctoral candidates can apply to this agency for funding on the merit of their research plans. Deadlines are usually in October and December, and are dependent on whether you are a Master’s or Doctoral student. Forms are available on the CIHR website (http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca).

If unsure whether research falls under SSHRC, CIHR (or NSERC), check with the Tri-Council Guidelines for

Psychological Research:

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Selected Grants and Scholarships Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health at CHEO - Graduate Awards This award aims to build capacity in the area of child and youth (0-18 years of age) mental health with a focus on evidence-based knowledge and practices. This award is not restricted to any one discipline of mental health training or sector of mental health practice. Deadline is at the beginning of December. Forms

and application procedures are available at the following link:

http://www.onthepoint.ca/funding/graduate.htm

Lillian Wright Maternal-Child Health Graduate Scholarship The Lillian Wright Maternal-Child Health Graduate Scholarship is awarded to graduate students in the Faculty of Health who have a minimum A average in their graduate courses, or for new graduate students in their first year of study and for incoming graduate students, a cumulative grade point average of 7.5 based on undergraduate courses. Areas of research study may include, but are not limited to: Maternal-child health;

maternal-child mental well-being; early child development; mother-infant relationships, mothers, stress and coping; developmental pathways in infants and young children; pre-natal and post-natal interventions; health promotion for mothers and children; environmental considerations in infant/child health and development;

patient safety issues relating to maternal-child health; health policy and practice in relation to mothers, infants and children; and other topics in maternal-child health. Deadline is at the end of February.

Autism Related Funding OCGS-Autism Scholars Awards With the support of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, a Scholar Awards Program in Autism has been established to ensure that Ontario attracts and retains pre-eminent scholars. The community of autism scholars fostered by this Awards Program will excel, according to internationally accepted standards of scientific excellence, in the creation of new knowledge concerning child autism, and its translation into improved health for children, more effective services and products for children with autism, and increase the province’s capacity in diagnosis and assessment of autism and a strengthened treatment system. Master’s and Doctoral students

can apply. For more information, see the following links:

http://ocgs.cou.on.ca/_bin/home/autism.cfm http://ocgs.cou.on.ca/_bin/home/autism/announcement.cfm Autism Ontario Research Studentship

Check the Ontario Mental Health Foundation website and the Autism Ontario website:

http://www.omhf.on.ca/guidelines/fellowships/index.html#RTF http://www.autismontario.com/client/aso/ao.nsf/web/Research+Scholarships Autism Ontario Graduate Stimulus Award See the link below.

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Conference Presentations There are three sources of funding available to students who are presenting their own work (this means actual credited authorship) at a Psychological conference. All of these sources require receipts and

documented proof of your presentation:

Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS) You may apply to the Graduate Development Fund in the fall and spring for funds up to $500 to defray

the costs of travel to one conference per academic year. Forms are available here:

http://www.yorku.ca/grads/money_matters/rfc.html.

Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) Up to $400 may be awarded to presenting students to cover the costs of travel to a conference. Forms are available at the GSA office, 325 Student Centre Complex.

Psychology Graduate Students’ Association The PGSA will cover the cost of conference registration and accommodation up to a total of $150.





However, you must also apply to FGS and GSA and submit copies of those applications with your PGSA form.

These forms are available on the PGSA website (http://pgsa.student-org.yorku.ca/).

Thesis and Dissertation Costs

FGS — Scholarship and Grants Committee Up to $500 can be sought from the Research Costs Fund for expenses such as participant payment, experimental equipment, and field research costs associated with your thesis, dissertation, major or minor area paper and course work. You must apply for funds before the fact, providing a budget of anticipated expenses.

PGSA A maximum of $150 can be sought once per degree for thesis and dissertation expenses such as test booklets, transcribing, videotapes, article photocopying, and equipment costs. PGSA does not cover purchase of books, typing, thesis production costs, parking, or meals. These forms are available on the PGSA website (http://pgsa.student-org.yorku.ca/).

CUPE All members of CUPE (past and present) may apply for coverage of thesis production costs. The necessary form is provided to you by the thesis secretary when you submit your final copies. For more information, call CUPE at (416) 736-5154.

Independent Research Costs The PGSA will award up to $150 to students for the costs of preparing manuscripts for publication, as long as no faculty members are credited as authors (faculty members are usually expected to provide funding for publication preparation). Included in the costs covered are preparation of photographs and reprints. You’ll need to submit a copy of the manuscript and all receipts. These forms are available on the PGSA website (http://www.psych.yorku.ca/pgsa/).

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the LaMarsh Centre offers up to $1000 for research focused on violence and conflict resolution. Doctoral students may apply for the Dean’s Academic Excellence Award after their first year of doctoral studies. The President’s Dissertation Scholarship can be applied for when all requirements of the programme have been met except for the dissertation and only one more year is required to complete the dissertation. Details of this fund are usually distributed in February. Other agencies, such as Sylff, offer funding for collaborative efforts with researchers in other countries. Avid funding seekers should check the mailroom bulletin board and the Faculty of Graduate Studies (http://www.yorku.ca/grads/money_matters/money_matters.html) to keep tabs on new funding opportunities. It is also recommended that students check websites for organizations that fund student research (e.g., Autism Society of Ontario).

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b) Psychology 6930 3.0: Intervention Strategies with Children;

c) Psychology 6490B 3.0: Ethical Issues in Professional Practice; and,

d) A minimum of 1.5 courses, or equivalent, at the 6000 level including at least two half-courses from Alternative 1 and one additional half-course from Alternatives 1 or 2.

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Alternative 1: Courses in Clinical-Developmental Psychology

a) Psychology 6900 3.0: Issues in Clinical-Developmental Psychology: A Proseminar in Theory, Research, and

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b) Psychology 6915 3.0: Diagnostic Interviewing of Children, Adolescents and Families

c) Psychology 6925 3.0: Supervision and Consultation in Behavioural Intervention with Children

d) Psychology 6940 3.0: Clinical Developmental Assessment and Treatment of Adolescent Disorders

e) Psychology 6950 3.0: Learning Disabilities: Theories, Research, Diagnosis and Treatment

f) Psychology 6945 3.0: Applied Pediatric Neuropsychology

g) Psychology 6960 3.0: Autism and Developmental Delays

h) Psychology 6750 3.0: Special Topics Seminar, as specified by the Clinical- Developmental Area

i) Psychology 6780 3.0: Clinical and Educational Issues in Human Development Alternative 2: Courses in Clinical-Developmental Psychology

a) Psychology 6150D 3.0: Constructivist and Functional Methods in Development

b) Psychology 6620A 3.0: Clinical-Developmental Perspectives on Social and Personality Development

c) Psychology 6415 3.0: Multicultural Counselling

d) Psychology 6450 3.0: Clinical Neuropsychology

e) Psychology 6470 3.0: Family Therapy

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g) Psychology 6520B 3.0: Program Evaluation

h) Psychology 6560A 3.0: Group Processes and Group Psychotherapy

i) Psychology 6590B 3.0: Clinical Skills III: Rehabilitation Psychology

j) Psychology 6620A 3.0: Clinical-Developmental Perspectives on Social and Personality Development

k) Psychology 6630 3.0: Developmental Intelligence, Psychometrics, and Learning Potential

l) Psychology 6640A 3.0: Theories in Cognitive Development

m) Psychology 6245 3.0: Complex Systems Approach to Interpersonal Change

n) Psychology 6640B 3.0: Topics in Cognitive Development

o) Psychology 6660A 3.0: Developmental Psycholinguistics

p) Psychology 6670 3.0: The Psychology of Reading

q) Psychology 6680 3.0: Infancy

r) Psychology 6690 3.0: Comparative Developmental Psychology

s) Psychology 6720 3.0: Development of Affect, Consciousness and Social Cognition

t) Psychology 6750 3.0: Special Topics Seminar, as specified by the Clinical-Developmental Area

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Each Ph.D. candidate is required to write a minor area paper on a topic chosen in consultation with his or her supervisor. The minor area paper is intended to foster breadth of psychological knowledge and therefore must be in an area not directly related to the candidate’s dissertation research. With permission the topic may be chosen from a field outside psychology.

The Minor Area Paper requirement may be fulfilled by either of the following:

1. A comprehensive review of the literature of a chosen area, with an emphasis on theory, or,

2. A report of original empirical research that is suitable for submission to an appropriate peer-reviewed journal.

This work must not overlap with either the dissertation topic, or course requirements.

Committee The M.A.P. Committee consists of two full-time faculty of York’s Graduate Programme in Psychology. The student’s advisor should provide assistance in choosing and defining a topic suitable for the Minor Area Paper and in identifying appropriate faculty members to serve on the Minor Area Paper Committee.

The M.A.P. must be completed and approved by the end of the summer term (15 September) of the third year of the Ph.D. residency (Ph.D. III). It is expected that the paper will be completed before work begins on the Ph.D. Dissertation.

M.A.P. Proposal Documents to include with “Minor Paper Proposal Submission Form” (check one option) to be returned to the Graduate Program office room 297 complete with supervisory committee sign off (see below). It will then be reviewed by the Director and signed.

No human participants used  SUBMIT: 1 copy of the proposal.

Unfunded, human participant, minimum risk, research with informed consent statement - written or  verbal script SUBMIT: 3 copies of this submission form with the TD2: completed FGS Human Participants Research Protocol Form including the TD 3 checklist; and 1 copy of the proposal.

High risk human participants (or)  Funded (projects with grants) excludes OGS, SSHRC, NSERC & CIHR student scholarships  SEEK research ethics clearance from HPRC through the Office of Research Administration (214 York Lanes).

SUBMIT: 1 copy of proposal with letter from HPRC providing clearance.

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 Only one of these members can be also on your Dissertation Supervisory Committee.

Graduate Program Director Recommendation I recommend for approval of the above student. The Committee has reviewed the Research Proposal and has recommended it be submitted to the Psychology Graduate Program for approval.

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 Unfunded, human participant, minimum risk, research with informed consent statement - written or verbal script SUBMIT: 3 copies of this submission form with the TD2: completed FGS Human Participants Research Protocol Form including the TD 3 checklist; and 1 copy of the proposal.

 High risk human participants (or)  Funded (projects with grants) excludes OGS, SSHRC, NSERC & CIHR student scholarships SEEK research ethics clearance from HPRC through the Office of Research Administration (214 York Lanes).

SUBMIT: 1 copy of proposal with letter from HPRC providing clearance.

 A TCPS tutorial certificate dated within the past 2 years is in the student’s file.

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