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2017 Archives
06/12/2017
Dissociative Identity Disorder in M. Night Shyamalan’s Split: Fact vs Fiction
A Psi Chi member points some of the accuracies and innaccuracies of this recent horror thriller film.

06/07/2017
All About Psi Chi's New Call for Abstracts
Invited Journal Editor Dr. Steven Rouse describes the purpose of this new opportunity and why he's so excited to be involved.

05/30/2017
Psi Chi Story: Julia Daugherty
Discover how last year's Division 52/Psi Chi International Travel Grant allowed Julia to journey from Spain to the APA Convention in Denver, CO.

05/22/2017
Psi Chi Story: John Benicasco
Meet one of the very first Psi Chi Scholarships recipients. Here, John shares the effect that this program has had on his education.

05/15/2017
All-Inclusive Demographic Questions
Do you know how to be all-inclusive when referring to an individual’s gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, education level, and location?

05/01/2017
Effects Before and After Traveling to Space
How would you feel if you knew that you would be traveling to outer space tomorrow? And how would you feel after you returned home?

04/17/2017
How a Psychology Degree Gave Me Tools to Improve My Psychological Health
Member Danial Asadolahi discusses how learning about cognitive therapy helped equip him to face and solve life's many problems.

04/03/2017
"When I Found Out That I Was Awarded a Psi Chi Travel Grant"
Rachel Waldrop shares how Psi Chi covered her travel costs to allow her a "worry-free convention experience."

03/14/2017
History Isn't History: Why Every Psychology Course Should Be a History Course
Discover how "a full appreciation of the present requires an understanding of the developments and underlying assumptions of the past."

03/06/2017
To Be (Or Not to Be) a YouTube Science Star
Meet Psi Chi member Eureka Foong, who won the 2014 Noba Student Video Award competition.

02/21/2017
Modern Enthusiasm: Getting Students Excited About Your Chapter
This post features seven strategies to help members become more involved with your chapter.

02/13/2017

Psi-Chi-ology Lab: Submissions 101
Psi-Chi-ology Lab is seeking original 400- to 1,000-word creative articles written by Psi Chi members just like you.


02/06/2017
Introduction to Psi-Chi-ology Lab
Psychology enthusiasts everywhere, we are delighted to welcome you to our brand-new online publication, Psi-Chi-ology Lab.
   
   
   
   








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