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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 1997


Winter 1997 | Volume 1 | Issue 2


GREs and GPAs: The Numbers Game in Graduate Admission

This article summarizes recent information on the graduate application process in an effort to enhance informed and data-based choices on your part.

Establishing a Psi Chi Scholarship for Undergraduate Research: A Way of Enhancing Chapter Visibility and Opportunities

Find out how the TTU Chapter established a scholarship to attract attention in the department.

Chapter Continuity and Visibility on Campus: An Advisor's Touch

Dr. Hardy explains how he was able to greatly improve his chapter with only a few words of encouragement, but without disturbing student effort or initiative.

Setting Up Chapter Web Pages

Once you have your chapter set up with an effective email system, it's time to think about setting up a webpage. This article tells you how to build one, where to store it on a network, and what to put on it.

Is There Room in Empirical Psychology for a Platonic Idealist?

The answer is "yes" as Dr. Jalbert explains. In fact, she goes on to say, "It always strikes me as odd that anyone would view rational idealism as a point of view antithetical to empiricism."

Testing, Testing, Part 2: A Simple Guide to Essay Questions

Handelsman and Palladino explain that "BE CLEAR" means, "say exactly what I said in class." and "BE PRECISE" means, "Say what I said in class in fewer words." See eight more truths!

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