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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2018–19


Winter 2018–19 | Volume 23 | Issue 2


Advice for Aspiring Pediatric Psychologists

Want to enhance the health, adaptation, and quality of life for children, adolescents, and their families? The burgeoning field of pediatric psychology awaits. All kids deserve to smile.

School Safety Beyond School Shootings

Guns or no guns? The debate on how to increase school safety in the aftermath of recent shootings rages on. But, are we overlooking other threats to student well-being? And, are schools actually safe?

Real-World Skills:How to Sell Yourself to Employers

Your college degree is not a sure ticket to obtain your first job. Can you demonstrate that you possess the Marketable Career Competencies that employers want most?

Can Psychology Majors Prepare for a Career in Business? Part I: There Is HOPE

There is HOPE, even if you don’t want to go to graduate school right after you graduate. Discover what you can do with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

Do Your Community Service Projects Help as Much as You Think?

Community service recipients don’t always communicate when their needs change, for fear of upsetting “the donors.” When was the last time that your chapter checked to make sure that its service projects do the most good?

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