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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2001

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 2001 | Volume 5 | Issue 3

Features

Faces or Vases? Reenvisioning Psychology by Asking 180-Degree Questions

Students often approach research problems in really unusual ways!

Words and Rules

What is the trick behind our ability to fill each others' heads with so many kinds of thoughts?

What is Forensic Psychology? It's Not Silence of the Lambs!

It's difficult to turn on a television without running across a fictional portrayal of a crazed but brilliant serial or mass murderer.

The Covert Curriculum: The Lifelong Learning Skills You Can Learn in College

Dr. Appleby tells about reading skills everyone should master in order to save time and become more successful.

Seven Tips for Preparing a Successful Application to Graduate School in Psychology

If you think getting into graduate school is as easy as getting into undergraduate classes, you need to read this article filled with helpful facts.

Psychology Career Exploration Made Easy

This article includes links to help you find a job. It shows how to find salary information, graduate schools, and includes Internet search tips.

Election 2000: A Lesson in Experimental Psychology

The 2000 presidential election was frustrating for many. This article compares the event to the research process.

Suggestions for a New Edition of the APA Style Manual

Sit back and enjoy this Handelsman and Palladino column, in which they poke a few light-hearted jokes at the new APA manual.


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