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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2002

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FALL 2002 | Volume 7 | Issue 1

Features

Myths of Aging

With an expanding elderly population, greater attention has been focused on the lives of seniors. See whether you think the follow statement are true or false.

Appreciating the PsyD: The Facts

Distinguish between the two prevalent training models in clinical psychology—the Boulder model and the Vail model—and then outline the research-based differences between PhD and PsyD programs.

The Savvy Psychology Major

1. How can I survive my first year in college. 2. How can I become a successful student? 3. What can I do with a degree in psychology? 4. How can I accomplish my occupational goals.

Creating a Small Learning Community Within a Large Introductory Psychology Course

Many large universities offer introductory psychology courses only in sections with over 200 students. Thus, a Psychology Book Club was born.

Gaining Admission Into the Graduate Program of Your Choice

This article focuses on the process of gaining admission into graduate school successfully. It includes helpful tips on preparing for graduate school and many other important topics.

Excccuuuse Me: A New Web-Based Tool

Looking for an excuse for missing class? If so, read this comedic proposal for a website called WIMP (the Web-based Initiator of Multiple Plausabilities) by Handelsman and Palladino.


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