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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2005

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FALL 2005 | Volume 10 | Issue 1

Features

Producing Tomorrow’s Leaders—In Psychology and Everything Else

Dr. Robert Sternberg discusses skills that psychology students possess that qualify them to be great leaders.

An Apocryphal Email Exchange About Admission to Clinical Psychology Graduate Programs 

The challenges of the graduate admission process for a clinical psychology program are presented through a series of fictitious emails.

Maintaining the Balancing Act as Faculty Advisor

How much control should a faculty advisor exert over a chapter? Sleigh and Nelson offer a great insight for maintaining balance in the role as faculty advisor.

Going the Distance: A Test of the Mind and Body

Dr. Ramzy steps us through six aspects she employs to prepare for two major events: studying for the GRE and training for the Chicago Marathon.

Utilizing Psi Chi's Programs to Maximize Learning and Success

Dr. Koch provides an excellent academic timeline for undergraduates to follow from their sophomore to senior year to utilize Psi Chi's programs.


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

What Constitutes Leadership


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

Focus on the Future

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