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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Fall 2012 | Volume 17 | Issue 1

Features

Avoiding the Nightmare & Worry of Plagiarism

A majority of students judge it to be wrong and a form of cheating. Yet, despite this moral awareness and their dread of failure or expulsion, plagiarism remains an ever present threat, risk, and temptation.

Transitioning From College to the Great Beyond

During these uncertain economic times, students may have trouble deciding what path to follow, whether it is a career or continuing their education by enrolling in a Masters or Doctoral program.

Internationalizing Student Psychology

Learn the benefits of having an internationalized student psychology organization, as well as anticipated difficulties and means of assessing internationalization efforts.

An Interview With Professional Actor and Playwright Josh Rivedal

Rivedal explains his play, The Gospel According to Josh, and tells why he decided to link with Psi Chi. He also shows how any Psi Chi chapter could create a similar event.


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