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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 1998

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FALL 1998 | Volume 3 | Issue 1

Features

Human Factors/Ergonomics: Using Psychology to Make a Better and Safer World

What is HF/E? The science that brings together psychology and engineering design!

Covert Communication in Classrooms, Clinics, and Courtrooms

Dr. Robert Rosenthal discusses the possibility of interpersonal expectancy effects in the psychological laboratory.

How Do I Maximize My Chances of Getting a Good Job With an Undergraduate Psychology Degree?

What are the skills and attitudes necessary to increase the probability of obtaining a good job?

Applications That Make the Schools You Want, Want You

A good application finds a match between you and a graduate program. Learn about application factors such as perspective, your audience, and their culture.

Applying to Graduate School: Maximizing Your Chances for Success

The best preparation that you can do comes long before it is time for you to actually apply.

"Pointing" Psi Chi Chapters in the Right Direction

Whether your chapter's future is in trouble or not, this article will help boost your members through teamwork, communication, and incentive.

Psi Chi at 69: Where We Are, Where We've Been, Where We're Going

Dr. Slater E. Newman, Psi Chi's outgoing 1997-98 President, provides an insightful and informative historical overview of the Society.

Giving Gifts to the Psychologist Who Has Everything

Is Christmas shopping a challenge for you? Then, take a break and laugh alongside Handelsman and Palladino at this outrageous list of presents to buy for the clever psychologists you hold dear.


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

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