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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2006


FALL 2006 | Volume 11 | Issue 1


Psi Chi Students: Meet the APA Science Directorate

Most students are not well acquainted with APA and its internal structure. Allow Dr. Virginia E. Hold to introduce you to the Science Directorate!

Undergraduate Research: Getting Involved and Getting Into Graduate School (A Student's Perspective)

Don't miss out on this important lesson: "Undergraduate research can make a difference between admission or rejection to graduate school."

Alternative Master's Degree Programs for Psychology Majors

"I did not realize until recently how many alumni from my department pursued master's programs other than those in psychology or counseling." Learn about the most popular alternatives here.

Cross-Cultural Human Development: An Exciting New Field

This article shows how the field of cross-cultural human development is rapidly expanding. Find out all about it and where it's offered here.

Student Memberships Lead to Greater Opportunities in Psychology

Discover the benefits, costs, and means of participating in the Psi Chi Honor Society, as well as many other prestigious psychological associations, such as APA and APS.

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