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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2001

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FALL 2001 | Volume 6 | Issue 1

Features

I’m Getting My Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology—What Can I Do Wth It?

The answer is plenty! Uncover the options, opportunities, and challenges for the 75% who seek a good job with their bachelor's degree in psychology.

Self-Doubt, Handicaps, and Hard Work

Dr. Arkin leads readers on the following journey: "The topic of this article is a sort of personal odyssey that takes me from my earliest research interests more than two decades ago to today."

Making the Transition to Graduate School

Lisa Terre explains how graduate school is different from a student's previous experiences. She encourages and describes how to take advantage of your new program's opportunities.

What is Consumer Psychology?

Consumer psychology is the study of how people relate to the products and services that they can purchase or use. Read here to find out what consumer psychologists are up to now, as well as the history of consumer psychology.

Brain Complexity and Specialization Throughout Development

Handelsman and Palladino present three hilarious diagrams about how the brain changes over time for an assistant professor, an associate professor, and a full professor.


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