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Eye on Psi Chi: Summer 2020


SUMMER 2020 | Volume 24 | Issue 4


Dr. Steven Pinker Shares Why People Are Better Off Than You Might Think

Here's something the media hasn't told you: people in general are happier, better educated, and live longer than ever before. Then again, as Dr. Pinker points out, you may disagree!

Tips for Making Group Work . . . Work!

With all the potential pitfalls to group work, why do instructors keep assigning these projects? Get tips to help you make group work more effective and useful.

An Honest Look Into the Life of Psychology Graduate Students

Graduate school is a transformative experience in which to pursue your passions. But, this article isn't about that...

How to Understand and Utilize the Principles of International Psychology

Think your area of psychology is separate from international psychology? Think again! Here's how to avoid harmful actions, words, and thoughts through a better understanding of IP.

You Don’t Notice as Much as You Think: Inattentional Blindness With Ira Hyman, PhD

Gorillas in basketball games. Unicycling clowns. Dollar bills in trees. The experiments in this article represent psychological science at its most creative!

International Social Justice: How Do I Make a Difference in My Country?

Is one major barrier to the development of international advocacy a lack of institutional policies and program focus? See five ways to encourage international social justice work.

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