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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2002


SPRING 2002 | Volume 6 | Issue 3


Tips for Doing Well in Psychology Courses

Being a psychology student offers you the opportunity to study the material taught in your various classes, and apply and take advantage of the wealth of information the field has to offer

The Assessment Professional: Making a Difference in the 21st Century

What is the employment Outlook for Assessment Professionals? Find out about assessment professionals and if it would be good career for you.

You're Inducted: Now What?

Interested in learning about the many benefits of Psi Chi membership, including opportunities for leadership, knowledge and connections to psychology, friendship and support, and more?

Applying to Graduate School in Psychology

Have you ever been told that you would make a great psychologist? If so, this article describe some of the additional considerations you will have to make while earning your psychology degree.

Real Research on Illusory Budgets

This column is about ways that students can get involved in research and present their work too, given their limited resources (supervision, equipment, and money) available for student research projects.

Getting Involved by a Mentor

Dr. Koch talks about the value of becoming involved, especially in an academic society like Psi Chi. To do this, Koch says, "Get a mentor. Learn more about psychology than you get from the classroom."

"Admissions Committee Confidential" or "Four Sleepy People"—A Play, in One Illegal Act

Handelsman and Palladino tell a funny story (or actually a skit) about an outrageous and yet all too familiar admissions committee confidential.


Leadership Matters

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