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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2009

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FALL 2009 | Volume 14 | Issue 1

Features

Three Questions I Am Often Asked

A comparative psychologists shares about his work with apes and monkeys while explaining his answers to three popular questions. 

Where Should I Apply to Graduate School?

Helms and Schnorf list seven steps sure to get anyone serious about their future acceptance into a successful graduate school.

Personality in Everyday Contexts: What Your Stuff Says About You

"Imagine you are a Martian sent to earth with the job of finding out as much as you can about humans." People view each other in this way all the time. So, how do others see you?

Undergraduate Researcher: The Ethics of Humans as Participants

How much of psychological research is approved by a college or university level committee? How much by a faculty advisor? How much by no one at all?

Ethical Issues in Survey Research

Discover three ethical principles established by the APA that can be applied to survey research: beneficence, respect, and justice (Knapp & VandeCreek, 2003).


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