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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2005

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 2005 | Volume 9 | Issue 3

Features

U.S. Students Abroad

How does living abroad affect students who plan to pursue a career in psychology in the United States? Gets tips to be better prepared for success.

Contributing to and Benefiting From International Psychology

Dr. Koch says that participating in international service projects, studying and researching abroad, and reading foreign research are opportunities to gain perspectives in psych.

The IRB and Psychological Research: A Primer for Students

Dr. Prieto guides us through the process of minimizing participant risk and maximizing participant protection by explaining the importance of the Institutional Review Board (IRB).

Career Planning and Opportunities: The Bachelor's Degree in Psychology

Dr. Cannon illustrates how to focus and build on skills and activities, knowledge, and personal traits to prepare for a future career with a bachelor's degree in psychology.

Sri Lanka: Post Tsunami Mental Health

Follow Dr. Kalayjian from her CNN interview with Paula Zahn about the psychological impact of the tsunami on Sri Lanka to her experience with children in a refugee camp in Batticaloa.


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Why We Help


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

Looking to the Future: New Programs and Partnerships


EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S MESSAGE

Spring Awards and Grants

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