· What is your educational background?
· What parts of psychology appeal to you most? Least?
· Describe your internship experiences. What are some of the most significant things you learned?
· Describe an outstanding psychologist. What makes this individual outstanding?
· Describe your approach with a patient who is upset with you—and you know you are right.
· How would you handle a patient request for testing that you believe is unnecessary and inappropriate?
· What kind of people do you find it difficult to work with and why?
· What particular strengths or experiences, professional or personal, do you possess that will enhance your performance as a psychologist?
· Why have you selected psychology as a profession?
· Describe yourself with three adjectives and explain why they were chosen.
· What makes you an effective psychologist?
· Can psychology answer all behavioral problems of humanity?
· What if your patient becomes your good friend and you know so much about him/her, then that person died, how can you cope up with that?
· With what assessment instruments are you most comfortable with or experienced in using?
· For you, what is psychology?
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