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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 2007 | Volume 11 | Issue 3

Features

How to Avoid the Kisses of Death in the Graduate School Application Process

Few authors advise students about what they should not do when applying to graduate school and, when they do, few support their advice with data.

Utilizing Psi Chi’s Programs to Maximize Leadership Skills

By utilizing leadership-oriented Psi Chi programs, you will be able to develop some of the skills highly valued by employers.

The Undergraduate Psychology Internship: Benefits, Selection, and Making the Most of Your Experience

"I identify the following benefits and recommendations for obtaining and making the most out of your internship."

Undergraduate Research Experience: Preparation for the Job Market

This article shows skills you should learn to prepare for graduate school including interpersonal, learning, adaptability, and problem solving skills.


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