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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 1999

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FALL 1999 | Volume 4 | Issue 1

Features

Teaching Positive Psychology

Dr. Martin E. P. Seligman shares his experience teaching an undergraduate seminar in Positive Psychology.

Applying to Graduate School: Writing a Compelling Personal Statement

The typical graduate school application package includes four crucial elements. Learn everything from application length to writing style and tone.

Counseling Psychology: Making Lives Better

Dr. Jean Carter defines counseling psychology. She also tells you where professionals work and what kind of education they have.

How the Guilford Award Influenced My Career (and How an Undergraduate Term Paper Magically Grew into a PhD Thesis)

Dr. Daniel Levitin tells of his personal journey and how he developed many research interests along the way.

International Symbols for Psychologists

Handelsman and Palladino strike gold with an ingenious list of psychology fields that inspired numerous Psi Chi T-shirts and still remains popular (and relatable) many years later!


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