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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 2019

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Spring 2019 | Volume 23 | Issue 3

Features

Planning Your First Postcollege Job: Underemployment and What to Do About It

Our veteran career columnist and the Psi Chi Central Office recommend that all members find out how to avoid underemployment...

Can Psychology Majors Prepare for a Career in Business?

Are any psychology majors actually employed in business careers? And how can you increase your potential to enter and succeed in a business career...

Bhutanese Refugees Coping With Acculturation Challenges

The cultural idioms used to explain mental illness in Eastern countries do not hold the same meaning as PTSD in Western countries, where many Bhutanese refugees have been relocated...

Science at the Zoo DePaul Psi Chi Team Shadows Lincoln Park Zoo Scientist

Birth control for gorillas. Zoo internships for experience coding animal behavior. And international efforts to breed genetically compatible animals. It’s just an average day behind-the-scenes at your local zoo.

Discussing the Impact of and Adequate Responses to Microaggressions

Should you always call out microagressions? Or never? Author George Bate argues that the best answer may vary according to the situation. Increasing your awareness of microagressions can help others feel more comfortable...


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