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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2018


Winter 2018 | Volume 22 | Number 2


Careers for Psychology Majors: What Every Student Should Know

What can you do with a psychology major? This must-read features an instructor’s best advice after teaching a 20+ year course about “Career Planning for Psychology Majors.”

Ten Tips for Student Success at Convention

“Self-confidence is the best outfit, rock it and own it. A goal without a plan is just a dream.” Review these tips and others to put your best foot forward at conventions.

How Should You Study? Advice for Students and Faculty

Think you know the best way to study—think again! This article reviews research on the usage of different learning techniques and identifies surefire practices that lead to study success.

Four Ways Good Intentions and Well-Meaning Behaviors Derail Inclusion

What ways do people accidentally transmit anti-inclusive messages? The author shares her advice on what you can do to create an inclusive, accepting environment for others.

PSI CHI Central Office Celebrates 30 Years in Chattanooga

In the past 30 years, the office has expanded from a staff of one and a half full-time employees to a full-time staff of 14 professionals. Find out what happened between then and now.

Psi Chi Central Office
651 East 4th Street, Suite 600
Chattanooga, TN 37403

Phone: 423.756.2044 | Fax: 423.265.1529


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