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PSI CHI DIGEST #216 | December 19, 2013

In This Edition of the Digest:
      • Contribute to Crowd-Sourcing Science Project: Participate in CREP
      • We Need Your Help!
      • Latest Psi Chi Journal Issue Online
      • Other Opportunities

"Best wishes to you all for a wonderful holiday season, and thanks so much for your immeasurable loyalty and support throughout the years.”
The Psi Chi Board and Staff

Contribute to Crowd-Sourcing Science Project: Participate in CREP
All Psi Chi members should consider contributing a sample to the Collaborative Replications and Education Project (CREP). The nine recommended studies are great projects for research methods classes, senior research, or independent research. Also, Psi Chi and the Center for Open Science now offer small $200–500 CREP research awards. To participate this academic year, contact Jon Grahe by February 15, 2014 at

We Need Your Help
Our vision for setting up the Psi Chi LinkedIn group is to connect alumni and undergraduates to discuss items related to careers and the field of psychology. This is a great place to maintain professional ties and give back to other Psi Chi members looking for advice.

Help us get to 5,000 LinkedIn members over the holiday break! Please go HERE and send a request to join our closed group. If you’re already a part of the group, then please invite at least one Psi Chi alumnus to join us. Thanks for helping us grow our community!

Don’t have a LinkedIn profile, and wonder why you need one? A professional online profile is the future of networking and job advancement. Even if you are not directly contacted on LinkedIn, employers will review your credentials online. Don’t miss out on connecting with Psi Chi members and future job opportunities.

Latest Psi Chi Journal Issue Online
The Winter 18.4 Issue of the Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research is officially available. Check it out to enjoy fascinating articles, such as "The Role of Mood and Personality Type on Creativity” and "Spatial Attention in a Classroom Is Influenced by Egocentric Thinking.” Don’t forget, access for Psi Chi members is free!

Submit your research to the Journal HERE.
All Journal manuscripts are now indexed in PsycINFO database.

Other Opportunities

Research Program in Mexico
Those with excellent Spanish speaking and writing skills should apply to the Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training Program funded by NIH/NIMHD. This is a paid 2014 summer internship for students interested in conducting mental health research in Mexico. The deadline is February 3, 2014. Visit HERE to learn more.

2014 Student Video Award
The Diener Education Fund has created a new student award competition, which will present $10,000 to the best student-produced educational YouTube presentations. The first round of awards is for any area of psychology on topics related to memory and learning. Undergraduates and graduates are invited to submit their creative and educational videos until May 1, 2014.

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










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