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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2000


FALL 2000 | Volume 5 | Issue 1


The Psychology of Evil

Dr. Philip Zimbardo's topic is an ugly one, one that we all hate to think about, to read about, to listen to. It is Evil.

Clinical Versus Counseling Psychology: What’s the Diff?

This article seeks to summarize the considerable similarities and salient differences between these two psychology subfields.

Cutting-Edge Specialties for Graduate Study in Psychology

Find out about clinical health, developmental, mathematical, and cognitive psychology. This article tells what these fields involve and how you can get involved in them today.

Getting a Good Letter of Recommendation

Recommendation letters are an important part of your graduate school admissions process. Learn how to get the best letters from your professors and employers.

Getting to Know Your Undergraduate Faculty: A Valuable Asset

Fear not! Your professors were once students too. You can benefit from relationships with them in the present and future.

Meet Your Authors

Handelsman and Palladino have been writing (alleged) humor for Psi Chi since 1994. Find out about your favorite column authors in this personal interview. You'll certainly laugh a few times too.

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