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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2000


WINTER 2000 | Volume 4 | Issue 2


Some Psychological Factors for Promoting Exceptional Athletic Performance

Dr. Brent S. Rushall shares four mental skills that produce elite athletes.

Master’s and Myth: Little-Known Information About a Popular Degree

Undergraduate psychology majors are often advised as if there were only one route to follow professionally: the pursuit of a PhD or PsyD.

Creating an Effective Conference Presentation

Dr. Karlin tells about ineffective paper and poster presentations that she has seen at many conventions.

Creative Outlets for Student Research or What Do I Do Now That My Study Is Completed?

At some point, all psychology students will have to conduct empirical research. Here's a list of resources to get a project started.

Leadership, Publicity, Activities, and Building Community: Four Keys to a Vital Psi Chi Chapter

You don't need a large university to have a productive chapter. This article focuses on leadership, publicity, activity, and community building.

The Gift of Humor

The holidays are over, but it is never too late to take part in commercialism. In this humorous column article, Handelsman and Palladino attempt to sell their previous columns!

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