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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PSYCHSEEING: What You Need To Know Before Studying Psychology

PSYCHSEEING: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE STUDYING PSYCHOLOGY 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. […]

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Monkey or Human: Hypothesis Testing and Power Analysis

Monkey or Human: Hypothesis Testing and Power Analysis Welcome to my game show, called “Monkey or Human”. The rule is simple: One-hundred 4-options MCQs of general knowledge have been done by either a monkey or a human (assuming both of them know how to do MCQs), and the number of questions correctly answered is shown […]

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Advanced Workshop on Grief & Loss: Write-up

Every life is a story; or a narrative, as narrative therapists like to claim. Every new event, then, will be a turning point in life, forcing us or nudging us to change our perspective and to adopt new habits. In effect, one would have to integrate the newly happening event into our already constructed life-narrative. […]

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HEY YOU!!!! ARE YOU EVEN “SUNK COST EFFECT-ED”?

Published on 21 Mar 2015 HEY YOU!!!! ARE YOU EVEN “SUNK COST EFFECT-ED”? WATCH THIS BEFORE YOU DIE BECAUSE THIS WILL DEFINITELY CHANGE YOUR LIFE!!! Some people have insisted on bad financial decisions due to the loss they have made, some people choose to stay with their partners even though they have been hurt physically […]

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Dark Side of Conformity: Why We Follow Mistakes

Conformity is an interesting phenomenon in Social Psychology. The dark side of this can be observed in Asch’s experiment. In Asch’s experiment, participants were asked to select a line which has the same length as the reference line they had seen previously. However, there was only one real participant, who would always respond last. The […]

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Effective Writing in Qualitative Research

[slideshow_deploy id=’1612′] (Click “<” or “>” to navigate through the slides) These slides are adapted from “Effective Writing on Quant and Qual” workshop organized by Peer Mentors, led by Miss Winnee and Dr Eugene.  “Effective Writing in Qualitative Research” slides are owned by Dr Eugene. **Special thanks to Peer Mentors for sharing the workshop materials with us, […]

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Scientific Research: The Research Process

Scientific Research: The Research Process Have you ever wondered if opposites really attract? Or if the way you write your name on resume would affect your employment? Or how to get more allowance without your parents noticing? We all have some questions to answer because we are curious and want to make the world a […]

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Are You a Workaholic?

Are you a Workaholic?   Are you guilty for being a workaholic, someone who has no time for family and friends, not to mention the long-forgotten self? Is there any good being workaholics, whether you are busy with university work or job tasks? What does research say about workaholism? Let’s find out. The term ‘workaholism’ […]

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Scientific Research: Why is it Important?

Scientific Research: Why is it Important? “Statistics? But I am studying psychology!”. Students are often shocked and surprised that statistics and research method are the compulsory subjects in psychology, because many of them just want to know more about people or use this knowledge to help others. This can be even more frustrating when they […]

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