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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2009

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 2009 | Volume 13 | Issue 3

Features

Fostering the Heroic Imagination: An Ancient Ideal and a Modern Vision

Kathy Blau, Zeno Franco, and Dr. Philip Zimbado describe the characteristics of heroism and research examining heroes.

Now What? How to Turn a Great Literature Review Into Great Writing

Learn to ace four key steps: determining your audience, creating time to write, the writing process, and the review process.

Psych Follies as a Chapter Activity

Joseph J. Palladino, PhD, explains his creation, Psych Follies, a comedic presentation patterned after the news segment of Saturday Night Live, except that all of the material relates to psychology.

Leadership in Community: Ideas for Strengthening You Chapter From the 2009 National Leadership Conference

This article encourages chapter officers and advisors to familiarize themselves with Psi Chi resources.


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Starting Your Career: Jump-Starting Your Chapter


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

Chapter Micromanager or Chapter Leader?


EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S MESSAGE

Inside This Issue

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