Maximizing Undergraduate Opportunities: The Value of Research and Other Experiences
If you are a regular reader of Eye on Psi Chi, odds are that you already know that you need to get involved outside the classroom to obtain the full range of skills and abilities you need to be successful in psychology. These experiences are invaluable to you whether you are going to graduate school or not. This article directly addresses such opportunities as research and teaching assistantships, field experiences and internships, and getting involved in organizations such as Psi Chi and your local psychology club.
Landrum, R. Eric. (2002). "Maximizing Undergraduate Opportunities: The Value of Research and Other Experiences". Eye on Psi Chi, 6(2), 15-18.
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