NTCs

The MPSA sells NTCs (transcriptions of the lecture/word for word notes) every semester for in-demand psychology classes.
NTCs offered for Fall 2021: PSYC 304, PSYC 332,

PSYC 403 and PSYC 444. 
For any questions email us at: mpsa.ntcs@gmail.com

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Mentorship Program

A program offering students the opportunity to engage in mentor-mentee relationships with fellow students.

Tutoring

Students who have previously excelled in the 200-level psychology classes will tutor you through the course. 
 

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Departmental Merch

Check out our clothing catalogue and fill out your orders. 
We also sell stickers (available at our office when an exec is in).

PSI Journal

The PSI Journal showcases insightful undergraduate research done independently or through a supervised project. Submissions are peer-reviewed by undergraduate students with backgrounds in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science and other related fields.   

If you are interested in submitting a paper or joining the editorial team, send an email to: mpsa.journal@gmail.com 

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Events

Academic & social events to get you involved in the psychology community

Every year our execs plan events catering to students in the Psychology program.


Events we usually plan are: 

Psychology mixers: get to meet other people in your program outside of busy classes!

Wine and Cheese Night:  launching our journal the only way we know how, with snacks!

Apple Picking: pick some fresh apples and try out their cider!

Movie Night: come enjoy snacks and a film at least somewhat related to psychology. 

Mental Health Week: a collaboration to increase awareness of mental health issues on campus as well as highlighting the many on-campus resources available to the McGill community.

Trivia Night with Professors: come test your psych knowledge and hang out with your profs

Speed Networking Event with Profs: foster new academic relationships within the Psychology department and maybe find yourself the research position you've been searching for

And more!