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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2010

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPRING 2010 | Volume 14 | Issue 3

Features

Establishing the Flow of Collaborative Research

How do we create the optimal research experience for as many undergraduates as possible? As psychologists, we should all jump to meet this challenge!

Skills for Undergraduate Psychology Majors: Because You Need It, Do We Measure It?

Dr. R. Eric Landrum discusses how educators can acquire information from their psychology students about what the students can do with their education.

Psychology Major! What Are You Going to Do With It? Strategies for Maximizing Your Degree

This article reminds students that "there is no one way to pursue a psychology major."

How to "Ace" Your Freshman Year in the Workplace With C's: Culture, Competence, and Consequences

Dr. Paul Hettich helps you prepare for the day when you have to "start over" in a new professional work environment.


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