Interns are strongly encouraged to participate in research activities as research and grant writing are major activities for psychologists pursuing careers in academic and academic medical settings. One option is that clinical psychology interns may choose to participate in research that is being conducted as part of the ongoing clinical programs. This could be integrated into part of their clinical duties. A second option is that clinical psychology residents may choose to independently investigate a research question under faculty supervision. This can involve secondary analysis of existing/archival data or with their supervisor’s consent, adding a component to an existing project. Interns are also able to work as part of a faculty member’s research team.