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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2017


Fall 2017 | Volume 22 | Issue 1


Help for Students Who "Don't Do Well on Tests"

Don’t leave your grades up to chance. This must-read article discusses six common obstacles to success on exams. Whether you do well on tests or not, see which obstacles you struggle with and how to overcome them today.

Pride of Ownership: Do You Recognize the Value of Your Bachelor's Degree in Psychology?

How should you respond if someone asks: “What can you do with your degree?” First, Dr. Spencer shares four major reasons why someone might underestimate the value of your psychology education. Second, she gives you 10 incredible ideas for how you can tackle discussions like this with confidence and pride!

Some Factors to Consider Before Attending Grad School: Intrinsic, Extrinsic, & Unconscious Motivators

There are a number of reasons to attend graduate school. Some are external such as monetary compensation, internal such as a need for cognition, and unconscious such as personality.

Pursuing an Academic Career: Exploring Options During Graduate School

You probably have questions about the pros and cons of pursuing a career in academia. Find the answers to your questions and learn what you can do NOW to increase your chances of receiving a tenure-track position.

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