Psi-Chi-ology Lab is seeking 400- to 1,000-word creative articles—written by Psi Chi members just like you. Faculty and student authors are welcome.
Here's What We're Looking for
Personal stories. Consider writing about your own unique experiences or perspectives, especially those related to psychology or your favorite Honor Society. In other words, maybe you would like to talk about an inspirational moment that happened during one of your classes. Or, perhaps you could describe what skills you learned as an officer of your chapter.
Informational articles. We are always interested to read about how a psychology principle helped you better yourself or others. You could also inform students about something you wish you had known before going to graduate school or starting your psychology-related career.
The sky is the limit. If the average psychology enthusiast would be interested, then we are interested too! For example, consider explaining how One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest did an excellent job at portraying a psychological illness (film-review articles are always popular!). Or, pose a "What If" essay that encourages readers to discuss how they would react in a particular situation at their chapter or beyond.
Is your metaphorical Rorscharch Inkblot beginning to take shape? We sure hope so!
Inspirational? Scary? Humorous? Educational? Send us your best.
The editor reserves the right to accept or decline your article for publication. Your article may also be masked and sent to one or more of your peers in the psychological community for review. Either way, we'll let you know whether we are interested within a month.
Learning about topics that are close to our members’ hearts helps us to grow closer together as a community of individuals with similar interests in psychology. Please take advantage of this opportunity to publish articles to be shared with your peers. We look forward to reviewing your submissions!Note. These instructions were updated on 8/28/2020.