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Avaliação Psicológica

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GUARESCHI, Neuza Maria de Fátima; WENDT, Guilherme Welter  and  DHEIN, Gisele. The activities of research, extension and monitoring by psychology students. Aval. psicol. [online]. 2011, vol.10, n.3, pp. 387-403. ISSN 1677-0471.

This article analyses the socioeconomically questionnaire that accompanied the ENADE-2006 test on the activities of scientific initiation, extension and monitoring answered by psychology students. Most of the students that answered the test come from private institutions (n=19.756), lack a Graduate School (n=19.187) and live in small countryside cities (n=12.797). On the total of students who answered, 2.382 are from federal institutions, 863 are students from state institutions, 612 from municipal institutions and 19.765 come from private institutions. Regarding the effective exchange between Undergraduate e Graduate School, it’s possible to identify a small number of students that gained the possibility of getting involved graduation research projects (1,5%), being more involved in projects of the teacher class (9,9%). Regarding monitoring activities, students from federal institutions are the ones who participated the most (61,6%) followed by students from private institutions (52,9%), municipal institutions (50,4%) and state institutions (49,9%).

Keywords : Undergraduate research; Psychologist; Monitoring activities.

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