I asked this a while ago but didn't get much response at the time. Now might be a better time How are people headed for an academic career handling internship interviews? When I apply it's looking like I'll have several pubs and a pretty laughable number of clinical hours. I hear conflicting things about this, from advice to leave some publications off my vita when I apply, to sites wanting people who've published lots. For people who are doing or have done interviews and who are pretty clearly on an academic route, how are you finding reactions to your application? Anything come up about it during interviews? I'm thinking in particular for sites like counseling centers or forensic settings, since I'm not neuro-track (but I'm sure some neuro people are curious about this too).