|Research Advisory Committee|
RESEARCH ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Psi Chi Student Research Repository Supporting Spring 2020 Conventions
Due to cancellation or postponement of spring 2020 conventions (EPA, MPA, RMPA, SEPA, SWPA, WPA and APS), students won’t be able to present their research as planned. In response, Psi Chi is creating a repository on the Open Science Framework (https://osf.io) so that students can post their accepted research. If they wish, they may include a 2-minute video of themselves presenting their work. This will not only allow students to present their research, but also will create a lasting record. Psi Chi’s Research Director Dr. John Edlund and Executive Director Dr. Martha S. Zlokovich are working to create the research repository. If your research was accepted to present at any of the above-mentioned conferences, please keep an eye on the list of Latest Updates, below, as well as your email for further information and instructions.
View the Psi Chi OSF Student Research Repository here: https://osf.io/u6rn9/
The role of the Research Advisory Committee (RAC) shall be to nurture a primary purpose of the Society to "advance the science of psychology." While students primarily experience research at their home institutions, Psi Chi can nurture this purpose through fostering research opportunities for our members.
The RAC will advise Psi Chi about projects and initiatives including making suggestions for partnerships, building research skills, or participation opportunities that would benefit the Society and its members. The RAC will also make recommendations to Psi Chi on ways to help members take advantage of the changes in the methods of designing, recruiting, and administering research. Though scientific advances are dynamic, the following areas will be initially pursued:
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