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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 1999

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WINTER 1999 | Volume 3 | Issue 2

Features

Bimbos and Rambos: The Cognitive Basis of Gender Stereotypes

How do gender stereotypes influence cognitive processes and how does the media contribute to these stereotypes?

FUN and the Neuroscience Enterprise

Find out about legislative constraints on scientific advancement, the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN), and how FUN is related to Psi Chi in this article by Dr. John Boitano.

Measurement Instruments at Your Fingertips

You've seen and met a variety of academic challenges. However, this time you may be left wondering why you majored in psychology at all.

Can a Psychology Club Be Combined With a Psi Chi Chapter?

Drs. Murray and Wilson explain the difficulties and solutions related to teaming up with another club so that both groups benefit from teamwork.

Development of an Undergraduate Research Club

This article shows how a Research Club affiliated to Psi Chi can prosper. It also lists many activities that the club may take part in.

How to Get Undergraduate Students to Attend a Conference

While at SEPA, this author was asked by both students and faculty how the University of Florida chapter/Psychology Club managed to get over 40 undergraduates to drive 7 hours for a 3-day meeting.

Classic Studies Revisited

Handelsman and Palladino explain the importance of reading and understanding an original source of research, and citing classic psychologists such as Roger Sperry, Albert Bandura, and Ivan Pavlov.


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