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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 2006 | Volume 10 | Issue 3

Features

Racism in Everyday Life: Studies of Mechanisms and Psychobiological Correlates

Dr. Brondolo shares research investigating interpersonal relationships and cardiovascular responses. In particular, she worked with trafficenforcement agents (TEAs).

An Evolutionary Theory of Female Physical Attractiveness

Using evolutionary psychology, the author explores what constitutes an attractive body while investigating body shape dissatisfaction in some young women.

Graduate Admissions in Psychology: Acceptance Rates and Financial Considerations

The authors translate findings on acceptance and enrollment rates, retention figures, tuition costs, and financial aid into practical advice.

Interview With Donald Asher

One of the nation's foremost authorities on the graduate admission process gives his recommendations to psychology majors interested in pursuing additional education.

A New "Interdisciplinary" Area: Personality and Social Contexts

A new area, Personality and Social Contexts, acknowledges the interplay of individual differences and social contexts.


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