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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 1997



The Cognitive Costs of Physical
and Mental Health:
Applying the Psychology of the Developed World to the Problems
of the Developing World

Drs. Robert Sternberg and Elena Grigorenko fill us in on a big problem.

Keys to Increasing
Active Participation

See how the State University of New York at Albany has devised a point system to encourage Psi Chi members to play a bigger part in membership drives, meetings, and activities.




Marginality
in a Pluralistic Society

What makes people real? That eye-opening question represents, "in a child's blunt language, the basic questions of theology, philosophy, and psychology. What is human?"

Internet Use Disorders
Handelsman and Palladino say, "There is no effective treatment for Internet Dependence or Abuse. Unfortunately, the only psychologists offering any treatment for these disorders are offering them . . . over the Internet."


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