Write a 7 page white paper that examines how academic work helps professional success, analyzes the requirements for psychology professionals, and develops an action plan to achieve professional goals.
A white paper originally referred to a government report and meant that the paper was authoritative and informative. White papers today have taken on a broader meaning and are used when a writer wants to make an argument for a specific position or propose a solution to a problem. Typically, the audience for a white paper is the general public seeking a solution to their problems, or answers to their questions.
RESOURCES TO USE: AND CAN USE OTHERS
Rodolfa, E., Baker, J., DeMers, S., Hilson, A., Meck, D., Schaffer, J., & … Webb, C. (2014). Professional psychology competency initiatives: implications for training, regulation, and practice. South African Journal of Psychology, 44(2), 121–135.
Yarmey, D. A. (2014). How I got started: From verbal learning to eyewitness and earwitness testimony to applied sport psychology. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28(3), 443–444.
Hill, C. E., Lystrup, A., Kline, K., Gebru, N. M., Birchler, J., Palmer, G., & … Pinto-Coelho, K. (2013). Aspiring to become a therapist: Personal strengths and challenges, influences, motivations, and expectations of future psychotherapists. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 26(3/4), 267–293.
Memon, A. (2015). My journey from research to impact: Long road and much traffic. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 29(1), 156–157.