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| February 20,

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In This Edition of the Digest:
• New Psi Chi Journal Issue
• Summer Research Grants

• Mark Your Calendar
• Upcoming Regional Conventions
• Other Opportunities

New Psi Chi Journal Issue
Celebrate the arrival of spring early this year with the Spring 20.1 Issue of Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research. Members can now download free enlightening articles to read such as "Development of the Test and Examination Anxiety Measure (TEAM)” and "Effects of Gender and Type of Praise on Task Performance Among Undergraduates.”

Summer Research Grants
Do you have a great summer research project in mind? If so, consider applying to one of our Summer Research Grants for financial support by March 3, 2015.
APS Summer Research Grants
CUR Summer Research Grants
Psi Chi Summer Research Grants
SRCD Summer Research Grants

Mark Your Calendar
RMPA Regional Travel Grants—March 11, 2015
Psi Chi Board of Directors Elections—March 15, 2015
Constitution Voting—March 15, 2015
Florence L. Denmark Faculty Advisor Award—March 17, 2015
Model Chapter Awards—March 17, 2015
Regional Chapter Awards—March 17, 2015
Regional Faculty Advisor Awards—March 17, 2015
Ruth Hubbard Cousins Chapter Award—March 17, 2015

Upcoming Regional Conventions
Psi Chi Eastern Regional Convention (sponsored by EPA)
March 5–8, 2015—Philadelphia, PA
Psi Chi EPA Distinguished Lecturer
Elizabeth Gould, PhD, Princeton University, NJ
“Structural Plasticity and the Adult Brain”

Psi Chi Southeastern Regional Convention (sponsored by SEPA)
March 19–21, 2015—Hilton Head, SC

Psi Chi SEPA Distinguished Lecturer
Peter Giordano, PhD, Belmont University, TN
“Identity Development in College Students: Can One Random Comment From a Professor Change a Life?”

Psi Chi Rocky Mountain Regional Convention (sponsored by RMPA)
April 9–11, 2015—Boise, ID

Psi Chi RMPA Distinguished Lecturer
Tom Pyszczynski, PhD, University of CO at CO Springs
“Thirty Years of Terror Management Theory: From Genesis to Revelation”

Psi Chi Southwestern Regional Convention (sponsored by SWPA)
April 10–12, 2015—Wichita, KS
Psi Chi SWPA Distinguished Lecturer
Pamela K. Keel, PhD, Florida State University
“Purging Disorder: Evidence for a ‘New’ Eating Disorder”

Psi Chi Midwestern Regional Convention (sponsored by MPA)
April 30–May 2, 2015—Chicago, IL
Psi Chi MPA Distinguished Lecturer
Susan Fiske, PhD, Princeton University, NJ
“Talking Up and Talking Down: Power of Positive Speaking”

Psi Chi Western Regional Convention (sponsored by WPA)
April 30–May 3, 2015—Las Vegas, NV
Psi Chi WPA Distinguished Lecturer
  David Funder, PhD,University of California–Riverside
“The World at Seven: Comparing Situations Across 19 Countries With Riverside Situational Q-Sort”

Other Opportunities

Janet Hyde Graduate Student Research Grant
Thanks to the generosity of Dr. Janet Shibley Hyde, multiple grants, each up to $500, are awarded to doctoral psychology students to support feminist research. Learn more and submit your application HERE by March 15, 2015.

NYU Center for Motivated Perception
Undergraduates interested in pursuing a unique educational opportunity are invited to apply for the NYU Center for Motivated Perception Summer Internship Program no later than March 20, 2015. Funded by the National Science Foundation, this internship will take a hands-on approach to training in experimental research design and behavioral statistics.



With each edition of the Digest, you get important news,
announcements, and upcoming convention information from the Psi Chi Central Office.



Past Issues:

Digest #240
Digest #239
Digest #238
Digest #237
Digest #236







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