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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2003


WINTER 2003 | Volume 7 | Issue 2


The Nature and Development of Anxiety and its Disorders: Triple Vulnerability Theory

This article explores the process of anxiety, concluding that an emotionally based sense that important events are careening out of one's control is at the heart of anxiety.

What Does Your Transcript Say About You, and What Can You Do If It Says Things You Don't Like?

Dr. Drew Appleby explains how your graduation applications will be received if it includes low grades, easy electives, withdrawals, and more.

How Can I Do It? The Aspiring International Psychologist: A Student Perspective

This article gives advice to help you make useful connections with with other psychologists in your field.

The International Psychology Students' Organization

This article describes multiple meetings about the benefits and possibilities of internationalizing a psychology group such as Psi Chi. This includes benefits for you and benefits for others.

In the Thick of Things: A Test of Humor Impairment

Take the hilarious THICK (Test of Humor-Impaired Cognitions and Knowledge) Test right here. This exam was created by Handelsman and Palladino, so we know you'll love it.

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