哥伦比亚大学发展心理学硕士研究生offer一枚

学员背景

  • 本科学校:华东师范大学
  • 本科专业:应用心理学
  • 成绩:GPA:3.6/4.0、TOEFL:113
  • 背景提升:如何提升背景?
  • 主要经历:
    上海汉威特管理咨询有限公司
    工作职位:创业项目“华偲心理”创始人
    工作内容:
    平台主要是聚焦于中小学生生涯规划和能力测评。
    1、主要负责平台整体运营,平台文章最高浏览量6k,平均1k,测评功能使用总人数破万;
    2、对外交涉,牵头华东师范大学心理与认知科学学院与上海市就业促进中心达成战略合作关系;
    3、服务研发和统筹:为学校(如上海金苹果国际学校)提供心理测评研发、团辅课程提供、生涯规划服务提供。

    中智人力资源有限公司(国企)
    工作职位:测评实习生
    工作内容:
    1、针对不同公司情况设计人力资源测评、招聘体系,施测并分析数据。服务公司如中国海运集团、上汽集团等;
    2、参与上海市人大民进党提案设计“国有企业干部选聘、竞聘、对外交流流程优化”。

    爱奇艺上海分公司
    工作岗位:HR实习生
    工作内容:
    1、负责实习生招聘及社会招聘的招聘支持工作,实习期间构建了10余个招聘渠道的合作效果评估体系,将招聘效率从有效候选人每周一批次推送提升至每日一至两批次推送,候选人投递数量及招聘效率提升7倍以上,完成7名实习生,4名技术人员的招聘入职工作;
    2、分析今日头条、拼多多等公司的用户增长体系,协助公司新建进用户增长部门;
    3、协助公司内部团建活动的策划工作,组织过姜饼活动内部推广。

    英国保诚集团(香港)
    工作岗位:寒假实习生
    工作内容:
    1、保诚内部投资产品SWOT分析、汇报展示;
    2、获得高层推荐信。

    校园司令
    工作岗位:分校运营负责人
    工作内容:
    负责华师的运营团队建设及分校版块运营工作,制定内部排班和推广机制校园内部推广。冷启动期间克服困难组织带领4人高年级编辑团队,策划了红人节、“华师版成都”等热点活动,引起校园轰动,吸纳了包括校友在内的广泛用户参与。带来了1800余人的天使用户,热点活动浏览量总计2万余次,打开了华师的用户局面,并形成了较大的校内影响,所策划的“华师大版成都”登上学校官媒。

    上海市重点课题《儿童青少年脑智提升大型队列研究》
    职位:项目助理 RA
    项目描述:通过对600个5-7岁儿童历时3年的脑智发育跟踪,绘制儿童脑结构发育轨迹,记录儿童基础认知功能和社会认知功能的发展变化,结合基因和环境因素分析,全面系统地了解儿童青少年脑智发育规律以及影响因素,为促进儿童脑智提升提供科学的理论依据和有效的方法体系。
    研究任务:
    1、协同教授一起完成实验设计、方案制定,施测和数据分析;
    2、去学校进行课程培训并检测效果。

    项目名称:The Restorative Benefits of Neighborhood Social Cohesion and the Moderating Effect of the Need for Restoration
    职位:项目负责人之一
    项目描述:本研究探讨邻里社会凝聚力对知觉恢复体验的影响,并探讨其是否会因个人的恢复需求而减弱。研究结果表明,一个具有社会凝聚力的社区可以帮助居民更好拥有恢复体验,而且居民需求力越强,效果越明显。The current study investigated the effect of neighborhood social cohesion on the perceived restorative experience and explored whether the effect would be moderated by individuals’ need for restoration. After reading a scenario describing an attentional state, participants (N = 244) with or without the need for restoration were allocated into one of the three conditions of neighborhood social cohesion (high, neutral, or low), read the corresponding scenario and imagined a walk in the fictitious neighborhood. The perceived restorative experience was found to be stronger in the high condition than in the neutral and low conditions after the imagined walk. The increase of restorative experience pre-post the imagined walk in the high condition was significantly greater for those with fatigue than for those without fatigue. The findings suggest the restorative benefit of a socially cohesive neighborhood and this positive effect is more pronounced for people who have more need for restoration.
    研究任务:一起完成实验设计、方案制定,施测,主要负责数据分析
    研究成绩:SSCI二作(已投在审)

    项目名称:《短视频成瘾的心理机制探析——以抖音为例》
    职位:项目负责人
    项目描述:随着互联网的发展,各类短视频App如雨后春笋般占据人们碎片化的时间,其中,抖音以迅雷不及掩耳之势实现了井喷式发展。为什么抖音的用户数量能屡创新高,并且能一直保持较高的用户粘性呢?本文将从不同的心理学流派来具体分析“抖音热”的原因,以帮助大家更好了解短视频成瘾背后的用户心理机制并加以预防。
    研究任务:收集材料、文章综述和概念整合
    研究成绩:国家级期刊《新媒体研究》(预计11月刊登)

    项目名称:《VR技术在临床心理学中的新应用》
    职位:项目负责人
    项目描述:随着现代科技的发展,虚拟现实技术逐渐兴起。目前国外临床心理学家已将虚拟现实技术应用于焦虑障碍、PTSD、精神分裂症等诸多心理障碍的治疗中,并确定了其治疗功效。本文主要梳理了虚拟现实技术在临床心理学实践中的应用及其优势,并提出其局限性与未来的发展前景。
    研究任务:收集材料、文章综述和概念整合
    研究成绩:CSSCI《中国临床心理学杂志》(已投在审)

    项目名称:网络购物商品信息特点对网络消费行为的影响
    职位:项目负责人
    项目描述:网络消费行为指消费者在网络空间中为满足自身需求所采取的一系列行动,这是一个以购买决策为核心的连续过程。相比较于实体店消费,网络消费有主动性强及选择性强等特点。我们认为,前人的研究中忽略了网购时商品信息差异导致的消费行为差异,因此在我们进一步探索了信息特点(如全局信息、具体信息)对消费者购买意愿和心理价位的影响。
    研究任务:方案的制定、实验流程施测和数据分析
    研究成绩:CSSCI《心理科学进展》(准备投稿)

    项目名称:A social interaction field model accurately identifies static and dynamic social groupings
    职位:项目参与者之一
    项目描述:参与课题利用虚拟现实技术结合经典心理物理学方法,首次定量化测量了人类之间的交互行为,并在此基础上提出了社会交互场模型以及用于解释人类社会知觉分组的基本算法。
    研究任务:资料收集,实验过程的执行
    研究成绩:研究发表于Nature子刊Nature Human Behaviour

    校级课题:《虚拟现实环境中儿童社会行为的探索》
    校级课题:《时间导向对沉没成本的影响》
    校级课题:《法语学习对英语学习的负迁移作用》

哥伦比亚大学发展心理学硕士研究生录取要求

Teachers College is a graduate institution. In order to be considered for admission to a degree program:

All applicants must have a conferred baccalaureate degree before matriculating at Teachers College.

STEP 1 - Complete Online Application Form

When completing the application, select the program and term for which you plan to apply. We encourage applicants to review program deadlines and requirements on the Academic Programs page prior to applying. Use a single email address that will not expire before your desired term of entry, as it will be used for all correspondence from the Office of Admission.

In addition to collecting your personal information, the online application form will also serve as the portal to submit the application requirements below. Expand the titles below to learn more about preparing these important required documents.

Your Statement of Purpose should describe your academic and professional background, plans for graduate school, your professional goals, and how and why you are a good fit for the program. It should be tailored to Teachers College and your specific program of interest. Generally speaking, your Statement of Purpose should be 2-3 pages in length, but some programs have specific prompts and page limits which you will see upon starting your online application.

The resume should be a chronological listing of your employment history, educational history, academic endeavors, and other significant activities.

We strongly encourage applicants to have letters of recommendation submitted electronically through our application. Applicants should request letters of recommendation from individuals who can speak from personal knowledge on their academic or professional qualifications for graduate study. Whenever possible, recommendations should be written by academic sources. If you have been out of school for a number of years, professional recommendations may be used in most cases. Recommendations written by family members or friends are not appropriate for the purposes of this application.

Please note, some programs may require three letters of recommendation. Consult your the Academic Programs page for more information. All letters of recommendation should be uploaded using professional letterhead and the recommender's professional email address.

In order for your application to be considered complete and eligible for review, letters of recommendation must be received by the deadline, along with all other required application materials.

Some programs require supplemental materials, such as a third letter of recommendation, an academic writing sample, or additional questions specific to the course of study. Search for your intended program below to see what materials are required.

STEP 2 - Submit Transcripts

As part of the application for admission, applicants are required to submit transcripts reflecting all undergraduate and graduate coursework they have completed. This includes any study-abroad programs or transfer credit not reflected on your undergraduate transcripts with full course titles and final grades. Expand the titles below to read more about how to submit documents that meet our requirements.

If you attended an institution in the United States, you have the option to upload a scanned copy of your transcript—through your online application—to allow for faster application processing. This should be a scanned or electronic copy of a transcript obtained directly from the Office of the Registrar at the issuing institution. Both your name and the name of the institution should be clearly visible.

Uploaded transcripts should include the following information:

  • Courses
  • Credits
  • Grades - including transfer and study abroad coursework
  • Key or Legend of grades - usually the reverse side of a paper transcript

Transcripts uploaded by the applicant are considered unofficial. This feature is offered in order to save you time and ensure that a record of your academic progress is included with your submitted application. It eliminates the need to have transcripts mailed to us during the initial processing and review of your application, and precludes any delays resulting from the non-receipt of a transcript.

Only if you are admitted to Teachers College and choose to enroll will you be required to have official transcripts submitted by all academic institutions listed on your application. Your offer of admission will be contingent upon the receipt and verification of these official transcripts, which must be submitted directly by the Office of the Registrar (or equivalent office) of their issuing institutions. Teachers College reserves the right to rescind an offer of admission if there is a discrepancy between the uploaded version/evaluation and the official original transcript(s).

While you are not required to submit official transcripts at the point of application, you may prefer to do so. If your institution provides official electronic transcripts, you may have those transcripts issued to admission@tc.columbia.edu. Please note that transcripts that are emailed—whether by the institution or the student—are considered unofficial.

If your institution does not provide official electronic transcripts, you may have the institution mail your official paper transcript to the following address:

Office of Admission
Teachers College, Columbia University, BOX 302
525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027

Applicants who have completed, or are completing, undergraduate and/or graduate degrees at institutions outside of the United States that are not regionally accredited institutions as recognized by the U.S. Department of Education are required to submit a course-by-course translation and evaluation. The evaluations must be prepared and sent by one of the two providers listed below.

Please note this does not pertain to students from the United States spending a semester or year abroad, often referred to as "study abroad."

Teachers College will accept evaluations from the following organizations:

These organizations provide several types of evaluations. Please select the course-by-course evaluation option to ensure your evaluation meets our requirements for admission review.

Applications are not considered complete without a course-by-course evaluation. The determination of degree equivalency to a U.S. degree is at the discretion of the College. Once submitted to Teachers College, the evaluation becomes an official academic record and sole property of Teachers College upon its receipt.

STEP 3 - Submit Standardized Testing (If Required)

Not all students are required to submit results from standardized testing. Please consult the Academic Programs page to see if your program requires supplemental materials, and please review the English Proficiency section below if your native language is not English.

If required, all test scores must be official scores sent directly from the test administrator to the Office of Admission and must be received by the deadline. For the GRE, TOEFL, or other tests administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS), the assigned institution code for Teachers College is 2905.

Only scores from exams taken within the last 5 years are valid. The assigned institution code for Teachers College is 2905.

If you received your baccalaureate (undergraduate) degree from an institution where English is not the sole official language of instruction, you must submit official scores from one of the below accepted English proficiency exams. Please note that an English proficiency test is required, regardless of where you received a graduate degree (if any).

In order to be considered official, scores must be sent directly from the testing administrator and have been taken within the past 2 years.

The accepted tests and minimum scores are:

  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - Minimum score requirement: 100 internet-based test (IBT) or 600 paper-based test (PBT)
    Teachers College institution code: 2905
  • IELTS English Language Test - Minimum score requirement: 7.0

Note: Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and Applied Linguistics have different English proficiency requirements and policies, refer to the program website for details.

Some programs require or allow applicants to submit results from other standardized tests, like the GMAT or MAT. Be sure to review the expiration date for these exams. Expired scores will not be accepted.

STEP 4 - Submit Application and Application Fee

In order to officially submit the application you must complete the signature section of the online degree application and then select "Submit Application." You will then be prompted to submit the non-refundable $65 application fee. Applicants may only apply to one program at a time.

Check Your Application Status Page (and Your Email)

Please note, it is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that the Office of Admission receives all required materials by the application deadline. Our deadlines are in-house deadlines. Our Application Status Page allows you to see a live checklist reflecting your required documents so that you can track what has been received. If you submitted something, but it looks like we haven’t received it, please reach out to our office at admission@tc.columbia.edu for guidance.

In addition, we may reach out to you or your recommenders for additional information, as needed. Be sure to check your email regularly to avoid delays in application processing.

Applicants may apply to only one program at a time. All applicants are expected to collect and prepare international educational credentials well in advance of the application deadline. Incomplete records will not be reviewed.

Under no circumstances can any application materials submitted to the Office of Admission be returned to the applicant or forwarded to another college, university, or place of business. All records submitted in support of an application for admission become part of a student's permanent record at Teachers College.

哥伦比亚大学发展心理学硕士研究生培养目标

The Developmental Psychology programs focuses on the development of individuals across their lifespan within the context of family, peer groups, child-care and after-school programs, schools, neighborhoods, and larger communities and society. We consider the well-being of children, youth, and adults, vis-a-vis the cognitive, emotional, social, academic, and health domains. Our research focuses on the disparities among groups as well as the ways in which equity among groups may be promoted via educational and societal strategies. Our curriculum stresses theory and research in the service of policy and practice.

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  • 哥伦比亚大学
    申请项目:Master of Arts in Developmental Psychology

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  • 申请季开始之前,我并没有想到会收获这么好的成绩。我并不是大家眼中的“三好学生”,刚上大学的时候因为对专业和对未来的考虑和规划得不够周全细致,导致成绩一直在掉尾灯,后面花了好长时间才慢慢追上来。大家都知道,高GPA是很多program的硬指标,我大一的垃圾成绩确实为我的成绩单造成了一些打击。所以建议大家如果有出国留学计划的话,最好还是早点全面了解全面的信息,做好自己当下应该做的事情,不然日后就会非常痛苦,为了0.1的绩点开始头秃。 早点考GT在我整个申请过程中,考GT可以说是最痛苦和最惊险的部分了。我当时忙于实习和学业,又过于自信自己的英语水平,导致把GT考试时间压到了申请季的暑假。结果第一次GT就让我考懵了,复习不足,分数也不是很理想。最后,在11月压线的时候,终于考到了一个比较令人心满意足的分数,虽然GRE也不算高(verbal实在没来得及背单词),但至少没有为我的申请扣分,回想这一段过程,真是非常难熬,也非常感慨。所以诚挚建议有出国留学计划的同学们早点开始准备。 多尝试有时候翻看我的CV时,我也会惊讶于我怎么试了这么多乱七八糟的事情。因为我的心一直不是很安定,所以以前做了很多根本搭不牢边际的事情。不过我觉得多做尝试的一点好处是就算你自己找不到自己喜欢的是什么,但却是可以帮助你排除你不喜欢的是什么。我大概接触了4-6个和心理学相关的不同领域的实习工作,后来幸运地找到了适合自己并且自己喜欢的track。而且在这个过程中还可以丰富自己的实习和工作经验,增加了自己的diversity。平时在学业上也可以多做尝试,比如选择一些其他专业的课,拓展自己的知识面。我当时就选择去NYUSH做了交换,蹭了那边一些课,让我更加明确了自己的目标。 找人帮你康康文书和CV当你自己的软实力和硬实力已经到达一定程度之后,接下来就要思考怎么讲自己的故事啦!这也是给那些硬性成绩不好的朋友(像我)的一次机会。我之前自己没有写文书的经历,加上我的GRE3.5的作文也可以展现出我的英语写作确实不太可。所以我就想找一个能够协助我完成文书的机构。面上的中介每一家展示出来的录取信息都非常具有吸引力,各种铺天盖地的广告,绝对能晃花了眼。但我很害怕出现套用模版的情况,所以在咨询了室友和身边的同学之后,最终决定签约WordSunny。很幸运的是,我遇到了kiki老师,在我描述了一些我的基本信息后,她很迅速地就对我的情况有了一个判断,然后结合她以往的丰富经验很专业的就为我理出了近期最需要做的事情,同时把整个申请流程,特别是申请前半年的准备工作跟我详细讲解了,让我一下就感觉吃了一颗定心丸,进而也有了努力的目标和方向。 给自己的申请季预留充分的时间最后当然是时间问题啦。我是因为GT的问题确实让我在申请季变得非常忙碌(有一晚大概是马上要交,我还在和网申系统搏斗)。因为我想更充分地了解自己的申请过程,所以我一直都是自己填网申后,但后来发现这个东西还是交给专业的人做比较好。刚开始时,很多地方都不知道该怎么填写,每个学校差不多要用1个小时的时间才能粗略的过一遍。所以大家如果想要自己尝试的话一定要预留了2-3天就提前提交,不然就会像我当时那样出现那种手忙脚乱的甚至登不上系统的悲惨境况(真的很紧张,真的很令人头秃)。 祝大家都申请顺利!

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