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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2006


WINTER 2006 | Volume 10 | Issue 2


Graduate Admissions in Psychology: I. The Application Process

Get a summary of graduate school characteristics to help you make informed, evidence-based decisions about graduate admissions.

Research Ethics and the APA Code

This article highlights issues that students may face when conducting research and places them in the context of the APA code as a way to spark and inform thinking.

Closing the Distance: Making Psi Chi Accessible to Distance Education Students

The benefits of membership have been empirically substantiated. This article speaks of taking these benefits to distance education students.

Psychology Jobs in Interdisciplinary Fields: Researching Delusory Parasitosis

What do bugs and psychology have to do with one another? Sarah E. D. Bione talks about a condition called Delusory Parasitosis.

Applying to Graduate School in Clinical Psychology: Advice for the Aspiring Applicant

This article outlines the steps involved in successful applications: gaining necessary experience, choosing programs, and more!

Psi Chi Chapters Answer the Call to Help With Relief Efforts

A list of the Psi Chi chapters across the United States that got together to help in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Psi Chi is extremely proud of the members of our organization.

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