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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 1997


Spring 1997 | Volume 1 | Issue 3


Composing a Web Page for Your Chapter

Do you know what information should be included on your chapter's webpage? The basic rule of thumb is to keep your page informative and current!

Which Course, Which Course? The Undergraduate Courses Expected by Graduate Psychology Programs

Explore answers provided by 559 departments and 2,023 graduate psychology programs.

Post-Soviet Psychology: What Is Ahead

Find out the future of psychology, now that the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics has come to an end, as predicted by Drs. Nalchajian, Jeshmaridian,and Takooshian.

Revitalizing an Ailing Chapter

The advisor of the University of Florida chapter tells how two officers prevented the chapter from falling apart. This article was written in hopes that it may serve as a story of inspiration to others.

Psi Chi as Student Advocate

Dr. Tull explains how students can gain more of a voice in their psychology departments. He narrates the experience of a Psi Chi chapter, which had not held a meeting in almost two years.

School Psychology

This article explains what school psychology is, where school psychologists work, how to find training programs, and important information on salary, flexibility, job satisfaction, and demographics.

And in Conclusion: Tips for Presenting Posters and Papers

About conventions, Handelsman and Palladino joke that, "there have been several cases of panic disorder, dissociative fugue, baroque fugue, and other stress-related reactions."


Following a Dream

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