The European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations Junior Researcher Programme: a review from two research project supervisors

Edward Noon, Rose Turner

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Abstract

Two early career academics share their experiences as project supervisors on the European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations Junior Researcher Programme. They reflect on the benefits and challenges of supervising on the programme during their doctoral studies, discuss what they gained most from participation, and provide advice for those who may be interested in joining the programme in the future. Overall, although the authors’ experiences differed, they both felt that the programme was a worthwhile experience which supported their professional development. It is hoped that this reflective piece acts as a useful resource for potential Junior Research Programme applicants.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)44-46
JournalPsyPAG Quarterly
Volume113
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2019

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