This page is a compilation of free resources that already exist on the internet. These are all materials that I use and share with my peers and mentees.
With that, I cannot take any credit at all for basically everything here; I am simply hoping that this can serve as just one more source of information that will be helpful to someone who might not have seen these otherwise!
This is very much a work-in-progress. If there is something that should be added / removed, please email: email@example.com.
Applying to Graduate School
So, you're applying for a PhD in Psychology (Jamil Zaki)
Resources for Graduate School Application in Psychology (Luiza Almeida Santos and Kirsten Morehouse)
Psych Research List (Meltem Yucel)
Applying for a PhD? 10 tips can help you succeed (Jay V. Bavel, June Gruber, Neil Lewis Jr.)
Project management tools
Asana (what I personally use)
Citation management tools
Zotero (what I personally use)
A professor recommended naming all files with the year first, which makes things chronological when sorting by name (e.g., 2022_0208_paperDraft1_fang).
Always comment everything on your code! Always.
Data science and programming
Python: UC Berkeley CS 61a course
EdX, Coursera, and DataCamp are all resources that I have used and found helpful
Analyses and interpretations
Social and Economic Network Models (Matthew O. Jackson)
Network Visualization in R (Katherine Ognyanova)
As many professors have confirmed, learning how to program is learning how to Google the answers! It is very intimidating at first, but once you learn that everyone is always Googling everything anyway, it's not so bad.