Forms and Resources
Forms (PDF documents can be downloaded with latest version of Adobe Reader)
- Appendix A - Petition for Constitution of Clinical Dissertation Committee
- Appendix A-1 - Petition for Change in Constitution of Clinical Dissertation Committee
- Appendix B - Overview of Applied Scholarship Community (ASC) Faculty Mentors
- Appendix C - Preliminary Oral Examination Completion
- Appendix D - Final Oral Examination Completion
- Appendix E-1 - Approval of Final Dissertation Manuscript
- Appendix E-2 - APA Clearance Form
- APA Dissertation Submission Form
- Graduation Application (Intent to Graduate Form)
- Writing Support Resources - downloadable resources, sample doctoral dissertations and a list of independent text and APA editors.
- TurnItIn - Plagiarism checker for your dissertation and/or research papers.
- Psy.D. Clinical Dissertation Handbook: Updated May 2017
- Dissertation Clearance Guide-Psychology
- Dissertation Format Requirements Manual: Updated October 2016
- Sample Psychology Division Preliminary Pages
- Visit the APA Style web page for free resources, tutorials, and to purchase the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed.
- The APA Style Blog offers current insights from APA experts, including weekly posts that expand on a variety of APA Style guidelines.
- ProQuest/UMI Copyright Guide: Copyright and Your Dissertation
- ProQuest/UMI Guide: Preparing Your Manuscript for Submission
All psychology GSEP students submitting expedited or full review IRB applications must first submit their research proposals to the Psychology Methods Review Committee for approval before submitting the proposal for GPS IRB review.
For information about the Psychology Methods Review Committee, contact Dr. Cary Mitchell at 310-506-8553 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details of the GPS IRB process and application forms are available at the Graduate and Professional Schools IRB Community webpage
Institutional Review Board (IRB) /Human Subjects Research
In accordance with Federal Guidelines all research involving human subjects must consider how subjects are being protected from harm. No phase of research involving any type of interaction with human subjects may begin until the student's proposal has been reviewed by the Graduate and Professional Schools Institutional Review Board (GPS IRB).
For more information about the IRB process, click here.