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Five Common Methodological Challenges in Mentoring Research (and How to Address Them)

By Matthew Hagler To increase the effectiveness and availability of mentoring interventions for our youth, researchers and practitioners must form dynamic, bidirectional collaborations. Even beyond such partnerships, it is important that all stakeholders in mentoring programs be able to understand and critique mentoring studies, including their methodological limitations. I’m currently teaching an undergraduate research methods […]

Introducing Matt Hagler

Matt joins the Chronicle as a Contributing Editor. Matt is a 4th-year doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at UMass Boston. He graduated from Sewanee, the University of the South, Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude with undergraduate degrees in psychology and English literature. Before starting graduate school, he spent a year living in Muğla, […]