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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2002


WINTER 2002 | Volume 6 | Issue 2


Emergents and Rational Behaviorism

Here, Dr. Duane M. Rumbaugh provides an introduction to a framework called rational behaviorism. Discover main points of contrast and more.

Maximizing Undergraduate Opportunities: The Value of Research and Other Experiences

You need to get involved outside the classroom to obtain the full range of skills and abilities. This article addresses how.

Success in Fieldwork

Learn the importance of internships and the five stages of interning from anticipation to to orientation. Then find out about reentry and practical application of your internship experience in the workplace.

Some Pointers for Students Interested in Applying to Graduate Programs in Clinical Psychology

Do I need to obtain graduate training in clinical psychology to achieve my career goals?" This article answers this question and seven others.

Congratulations! You've Been Accepted Into a Clinical Psychology Program! Now What?

This article advises you to get good grades, know your professors, explore different fields of psychology, and much more to help you find you way.

Student Advising: A Compromise Between Homer Simpson and Josef Stalin

This article teaches how to instruct students without being too lenient (like Simpson) or too stern (like Stalin) to become an optimal advisor.

Increasing the Visibility and Accessibility of a Psi Chi Chapter

The Psi Chi chapter at East Stroudsburg University has done two things to increase chapter exposure and minimize the obstacles of other jobs, families, and other responsibilities.

Finding Opportunities to Get Involved in Research: Some Advice From the Students' Perspective

"Everyone is always encouraging students to get involved in research." Check out this advice from professors and students on how to get started.

Letters of Recommendation: A Guide for Students and Professors

Handelsman and Palladino don't want you to make the same (ridiculous?) mistakes that other students have made while obtaining their recommendations.

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