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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2003

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 2003 | Volume 7 | Issue 3

Features

What Should Psychology Majors Know and What Should They Be Able to Do?

This apparently simple question is critical for students because they will not always be undergraduates.

Impact of 9/11 Terrorism on Mental Health Practitioners in the New York Tri-State Area

Dr. Kalayjian was speaking at the United Nations when she learned that the World Trade Center had been hit. In this article, she describes PTSD and more.

Examples of Good and Bad Interpersonal Skills at Work

Though examples of helpful coworkers, gossips, and angry customers, find out why good interpersonal skills and empathy are important to master before you step into the workplace.

Our Last Column

The final hilarious message written by Joseph Palladino and Mitchell Handelsman includes a comprehensive list of how restaurants may better prepare for customers with psychological disorders!


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