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Two new internships for I/O Emphasis Students! See Internship tab for more information.

New Graduation Requirement: ETS Major Field Test
Beginning Fall 2012 Semester, graduating seniors are required to take the ETS Major Field Test in order to graduate. This needs to be taken your last semester at BYU-Idaho. This requirement will show up on your graduation plan. The Psychology Department will pay for this test. The test will not affect your graduation. If you are not on campus the semester you are graduating, you will be excused from the test.

The test will be available to take at the testing center and you will be notified of the opening and closing test dates. You will need to pick up your pass code and instructions from the Psychology Department office before going to the testing center. The test will take 2 hours.

July 2013 Access Point Family Services - Idaho Falls - Now Interviewing for July Positions
Full-time Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialists Needed Currently hiring for full-time psychosocial rehabilitation workers. We provide mental health services to children ages 3-17. Qualifications are a four year degree in Psychology, Elementary Education, Social Work, or Child Development.
To find out more call at 522-4026 or go to our website at www.accesspointkids.com. If interested, you can apply online, email your resume to april@accesspointkids.com, drop off your resume in person at our office, or fax your resume to 522-4138.2011

2011 Reflections of former BYU-Idaho Psychology Professor, Ron Jacques, on 10 year anniversary of September 11th:
           Stung by Tragedy, Lifted by FaithVisit: 
http://lds.org/church/news/september-11-stung-by-tragedy-lifted-by-faith?lang=eng

2011  Congratulations to Psychology Students Publishing a Manuscript in the Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, vol. 10, May 2011.             Individualistic and Structural Attributions of Poverty in the LDS Population by Alex North, Arwen Behrends, Kayla Green, Luis Oquendo, Tamra Dison, Justin Larson, and Yohan Delton.   http://www.kon.org/urc/v10/north.html