Psychology Students of Vancouver Island Poster Session
PSOVIPS, a student-oriented and student-run event, is sponsored by UVic’s Learning and Teaching Centre and is funded in part by Psi Chi, the honours society for psychology students. There are a thousand chapters of Psi Chi in the U.S., and the first Psi Chi chapter outside the U.S. was established at UVic in 2003.
A major aim of PSOVIPS is to promote public awareness of the cutting-edge scientific psychological research being conducted by Vancouver Island undergraduate students. Students’ projects explore such areas as human memory, children’s cognitive development, interpersonal social interactions, and electrophysiological analyses of brain processes.
At the annual Psychology Students of Vancouver Island Poster Session, a select group of advanced undergraduate Psychology majors will present their research to faculty, classmates and the wider Vancouver Island community. The approximately 25 presenters will include students in UVic’s Honours Psychology program and students who have completed independent studies courses at UVic or at Vancouver Island University (formerly Malaspina College).
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