PSYCHSEEING: THE MYTHS OF BEING A PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR

PSYCHSEEING: THE MYTHS OF BEING A PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR Personally I didn’t have the most difficult Year One mostly because I did my own research before joining and wasn’t caught by surprise of the nature of the program. I am rather aware of the common misconceptions of the life of a psychology student from the general public and […]

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Our Dear Nation

When I was a child, we have this folk knowledge common among us Chinese that when we hate someone and wished for bad things to happen to that person, we will draw a human figurine on a piece of white paper, cut it out with scissors, and then write the person’s name on that paper […]

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PSYCHSEEING: THE MAKINGS OF THE PSYCH MAJOR

PSYCHSEEING: THE MAKINGS OF THE PSYCH MAJOR We psychology students are a diverse bunch and its not easy to find generalizable traits for us, as they differ from batch to batch, campus to campus. But I feel that it is worthwhile to go into the traits that are highly desired to survive and do well in a […]

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PSYCHSEEING: A PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT’S HEARTFELT PREFACE

PSYCHSEEING: A PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT’S HEARTFELT PREFACE Two years back while I was still in my pre-university program and having a great time with psychology as one of my electives, I was really convinced that, as an academic pathway, Psychology is a go-to option for those who are interested in truly helping others. I actually thought that […]

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“Stoner”

Book Review: “Stoner” I love books. I love the touch of my fingers upon paper, sometimes coarse, sometimes fine, and I love the smell of ink and bleached paper as I flipped through the pages, which produces a scraping sound whenever my nails scratched through the surface of each page. Every book that I read […]

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