Interview with Cassandra Leow: Rewarding Experience in the 50th Australian Psychological Society (APS) Conference

Interview with Cassandra Leow: Rewarding Experience in the 50th Australian Psychological Society (APS) Conference Attending Psychology conference is not only an eye-opening experience to most Psychology students, but also a platform for them to share their research ideas with others of similar research background. In the hope of getting our readers to know more about […]

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Social Loafing: WHO TO BLAME?

Social Loafing: WHO TO BLAME? Most of the time, the issue that causes students the most headaches and countless sleepless nights is of doing group assignments. Because it is not just about the difficulties of the group assignment in itself, it’s about choosing the SUITABLE GROUP MEMBERS for your group. It’s because we are all afraid […]

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PSYCHSEEING: The Different Perspectives of Psychology

PSYCHSEEING: The Different Perspectives of Psychology You may not believe this, but for me one of the most confusing parts of psychology is the categorizations. The turning point for me which helped me overcome being overwhelmed by the coursework (which I was entirely new to two years back) is getting the taxonomy clear. For this reason, I believe […]

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PSYCHSEEING: The Fields Similar to Psychology

PSYCHSEEING: The Fields Similar to Psychology This might be going a little off from what I meant to share with this series of articles as I am actually going to take a step back and look at the various fields that are highly similar to psychology and often indistinguishable due to the numerous overlaps. Just out […]

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Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Part 2

Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)  Part 2 “ANOVA? But I am not manipulating anything!” They are often not sure if they can use means-comparison tests in non-experimental design and the predictors are categorical such as gender or race, because they are accustomed to the tests being for experimental designs, in past studies as well […]

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Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Part 1

Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)  Part 1 “I’m not sure what I want to do for my thesis.” The issue is somewhat common because students do not think about what they want to do for their thesis. I often suggest them to think about a topic, even before Honours year. However, if they are […]

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PSYCHSEEING: Bad Reasons To Study Psychology

PSYCHSEEING: Bad Reasons To Study Psychology Before you walk into a psychology degree program, you will naturally need to access your own reasons. For the next three, four, or likely even more years in the future, your life will be immersed in studying the human mind along with behaviors. You or your financier will be […]

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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: Some Tips To Know As A Psychology Major

PSYCHSEEING: SOME TIPS TO KNOW AS A PSYCHOLOGY 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 […]

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