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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2001

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WINTER 2001 | Volume 5 | Issue 2

Features

Demystifying the GRE Psychology Test: A Brief Guide for Students

How is the GRE Psychology Test scored? How was the test developed? And what is the test's usefulness?

Sex, Lies, and Audiotape: A Cognitive Analysis of the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal

How can we understand Bill Clinton's thoughts and actions during the media frenzy over his sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky?

Does Research Experience Make a Significant Difference in Graduate Admissions?

Often faculty tell students that they had it tougher than you do, but time has not made graduate school admissions criteria less stringent.

What Can You Do With a BA in Psychology?

Lyn Aubrecht outlines the necessary skills needed to get a job with a Psychology BA. She also provides an extensive list of general positions, only one of which is teaching.

The Advisor-Student Relationship: The Cornerstone of a Successful Psi Chi Chapter

Whether you are an advisor struggling to motivate your students or a student battling with your advisor, this article will help make the most of your situation.

National Conventions: Some Do's and Some More Don'ts

Handelsman and Palladino will make you laugh with their list of convention don'ts. You'll want to go to the next convention just to watch others make these mistakes!


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