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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 2020


FALL 2020 | Volume 25 | Issue 1


How Do We Get More People to Talk About Race? An Interview With Beverly Daniel Tatum, PhD

The acclaimed author of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? speaks about what you should say when asked if you see race.

Did I Make the Right Decision by Majoring in Psychology? Part 1: Pros and Cons of Choosing Psychology

Uncover how psychology fits your interests and goals in order to determine if your education is preparing you for a satisfying career.

Graduate Education in Contemporary Society: Traditional and Distance Education Options and Opportunities

What is the perceived value of online graduate programs? And has this perception changed due to COVID-19?

Building Bridges of Understanding and Respect: The Country Needs What You Have to Offer

This election year, the United States is faced with great divisions and challenges. Here's how to reach out across our differences with dignity, respect, humility, and empathy.

A Problem in the Study of Psychology: An Interview With Antonio Puente, PhD

Could embracing methods outside of behaviorism lead to new discoveries that will help psychology become more applicable for all?

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