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This chapter is the first Psi Chi chapter in Canada, and our mandate is to provide our members with opportunities to earn grants and awards, connect with others who are involved in the psychological community, and get access to tips and resources that can help them study better and get accepted to grad school. Please explore our site to learn more about what Psi Chi is about, how to join, and why you can benefit by becoming a member.
On Monday, September 15, 2014, we will be hosting a Meet and Greet event for the Psychology Department. It will take place from 3:30-4:30 in Cornett A221. This is a chance for students interested in Psychology to meet with faculty and students of Psychology to learn about opportunities in the Psychology department, different program pathways, and where a degree in Psychology can take you. There will be free refreshments and a door prize too!
Dr. Ulrich Mueller
1 paid RA position available July-August, with the possibility of extending into the Fall if the student is interested.
Lab Focus: Cognitive Development; for this study, the topic would be on the development of embodied cognition
RA Responsibilities: Participant Recruitment, including flyer distribution; Participant Scheduling; Testing Children; If interested, prepare poster for conference and work on manuscript
RA Skills: A background knowledge in cognitive development; reliability & diligence; comfortable around children.
New RA Opportunities!
Dr. Jodie Gawryluk's Lab
Positions available: 1 Paid RA position and volunteer RA positions
Lab Focus: The main focus for the research in this lab is neuroimaging of neuropsychological disorders using techniques such as fMRI and NIRS to study brain conditions such as Alzheimer's and recovery from brain injury
Principal Investigator: Reuven Sussmans
Applications for executive positions in Psi Chi are open. We are currently seeking applicants for the following positions:
Attached is a description of each executive position and an application form.
The date for the Psychology Students of Vancouver Island Poster Session (PSOVIPS) has been announced. PSOVIPS will be held on Friday April 4th from 3-5pm in the Michele Pujol room (SUB A121).
PSOVIPS promotes public awareness of the current research going on at UVic, and gives students and opportunity to talk about their research.
Psi Chi will be hosting a jeopardy event for Psych 210 students to help them prepare for upcoming exams. The events will be from 6:30-7:30 on:
and will be hosted in Cornett B107.
1. Research assistants in our lab start out as volunteers. If everything is going well after they have volunteered for 50 hours, then they receive an honorarium and start getting paid minimum wage. From time to time we also have short-term paid positions available. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in becoming a volunteer or acquiring a paid position.
2. Our research tends to focus on the following:
• How social situations reveal aspects of personality
1. Volunteer Position
2. Act as a confederate in an eyewitness memory study.
3. Confederates need to be women with at least shoulder-length dark blond, or brown hair.
4. Minimum: 6 hours/week
5. The person needs to have some acting ability.
6. Please email email@example.com stating your interest in obtaining a position as a volunteer confederate in this lab.