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Our mission is to advance the science of Psychology: to encourage, stimulate and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields.  

Psychology, in all of its applications, is riddled with mystery. With each discovery comes new questions and curiosities. Clinical Psychology asks why we act the way we do emotionally. Biological Psychology questions how we act the way we do anatomically. Social Psychology questions these same actions as a community as well as on the individual level. Other fields address every application from business organizational behavior to the relationship between canine and human behavior (ring a bell?). No one field acts alone. They all work together on a larger understanding of who we are. 

Psychology club welcomes anyone interested, in any major. All that's required is a curiosity. 

We hold certain events every year, like our annual ski trip. Other crowd favorites include our movie nights, game nights, broadway shows, and "lunch and learns" where we grab some food (we bring and you eat FREE) and listen to one of our department professors share their wealth of knowledge on a topic in psychology. Every meeting we discuss hot topics in psychology, watch videos, and play some great games to get the gears turning in your mind.

Psychology club is what YOU make it. Come with ideas. We want to talk about what you want to talk about. Weekly themes are based on events, issues, and discoveries in the world around us. Our goal is to provide a warm environment that fosters a better relationship with your classmates, the university, and yourself. 

We hope you can become part of our growing family.

 


Psi Chi International Honor Society

 We encourage you to apply for Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, available to those majoring and minoring in Psychology. Applicants need a cumulative 3.0 GPA in 15 credits in psychology.

 

2014-2015

President: Tiana De Jesus td71193p@pace.edu

Vice President: Samantha Petfield sp79092p@pace.edu

Treasurer: Eric Medina-Rivera em62375n@pace.edu

Secretary: Susan Harris sh13673n@pace.edu

Senator: Kathryn Trujillo kt35213p@pace.edu

Alternate Secretary: Christina Miller cm43363p@pace.edu

 

 

Feel free to email with any questions!

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Our mission is to advance the science of Psychology: to encourage, stimulate and maintain intelligence of the individual members in all fields. Psychology, in all of its applications, is riddled with mystery. With each discovery comes new questions and curiosities. Clinical Psychology asks why we act the way we do emotionally. Biological Psychology questions how we act the way we do anatomically. Social Psychology questions these same actions as a community as well as on the individual level. Other fields address every application from business organizational behavior to the relationship between canine and human behavior (ring a bell?). No one field acts alone. They all work together on a larger understanding of who we are. Psychology club welcomes anyone interested, in any major. All that's required is a curiosity. We hold certain events every year, like our annual ski trip. Other crowd favorites include our movie nights, game nights, broadway shows, and "lunch and learns" where we grab some food (we bring and you eat FREE) and listen to one of our department professors share their wealth of knowledge on a topic in psychology. Every meeting we discuss hot topics in psychology, watch videos, and play some great games to get the gears turning in your mind. Psychology club is what YOU make it. Come with ideas. We want to talk about what you want to talk about. Weekly themes are based on events, issues, and discoveries in the world around us. Our goal is to provide a warm environment that fosters a better relationship with your classmates, the university, and yourself. We hope you can become part of our growing family. Psi Chi International Honor Society We encourage you to apply for Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, available to those majoring and minoring in Psychology. Applicants need a cumulative 3.0 GPA in 15 credits in psychology.

Category

Academic

What type of an organization are you?

Student Organization

Meeting Day

Tuesday

Meeting Time

12:10

Meeting Location

Miller 20

President Name

Tiana De Jesus

President Email
President Phone

347-481-9725

Advisor(s) Name

For nationally affiliated organizations and chapters please list both your on campus and off campus advisors here.

Johna Pointek

Advisor(s) Email

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