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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 1999

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 1999 | Volume 3 | Issue 3

Features

Industriousness: How Can It Be Learned?

Learning may contribute importantly to individual differences in industriousness. Recent research has shed light on mechanisms of learning.

Dissociations in Infant Memory

This article reviews new evidence that even the youngest infants exhibit the same memory dissociations as normal adults on recognition (explicit) and priming (implicit) tests.

Lessons Learned as an Undergraduate Psychology Major and Psi Chi Member: Three Short Stories

Dr. Dunlap talks about three things that undergrads really shouldn't want to learn the hard way.

Industrial-Organizational Psychology: The Psychology of People Working Together

Find out what I-O Psychology is, what its professionals do, whether it is the right career for you, and how to make that a reality.

Choosing a Mentor

This article includes a list of interpersonal skills, personal attributes, and professional competencies you'll need to be successful at everything you do.

Applicant Characteristics Valued by Graduate Programs in Psychology

Discover the characteristics that psychology graduate programs value in their applicants, ranked in descending order of frequency as indicated.

Fundraising: The Saint Vincent College Basket Sale

Fund-raising is an important job for all Psi Chi chapters, so where will your chapter's funds come from? Dr. Rewey gives valuable suggestions.

Psychology News Added to Cable

In this column/fictional psychology news episode, Handelsman and Palladino step in for a lead news anchor, who is on sabbatical in Israel to translate the Dead Sea scrolls into APA style.


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