Psi or the initials PSI or Ψ may refer to: Psi, the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet Psi, letter of the early Cyrillic alphabet, adopted from Greek Psi, DC Comics character Psi Division, division in the Judge Dredd and 2000 AD series of comics Psi-Force, comic series Psi-Hawk, comic character Psi Lords, comic series PSI, album by Pitchshifter Psi Com, 1980s rock band Psi Power, song by rock group Hawkwind PSI Records, music record label Phil Spector International, record label between 1970 and 1980 Ψ CMX DVD, Finnish language video album by the band CMX Pitch Shifter Industries, acronym used by the British band Pitchshifter Psi, Brazil Psi Corps, in the Babylon 5 fictional universe, the ruling body of Earth's telepaths Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, Canadian television series Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy, video game in which characters use psychic powers PSI, the psychic power used by some characters in the EarthBound series Italian Socialist Party and social-democratic political party in Italy Italian Socialist Party, social-democratic political party in Italy Partai Sosialis Indonesia Proliferation Security Initiative, international initiative to interdict transnational transfer of banned weapons and weapons technology Public Sector Information, as in: The European Union Directive on the re-use of public sector information, adopted in November 2003 The United Kingdom's Office of Public Sector Information Her Majesty's Stationery Office United States Senate Homeland Security Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, sub-committee of the U.
S. Senate Paul Scherrer Institute, research institute in Villigen, Switzerland Pechersk School International, school in Kiev, Ukraine Phi Sigma Iota, honor society Physics Society of Iran, scientific society in Iran Planetary Science Institute, research institute in Tucson, Arizona Poetry Slam, Inc. international nonprofit organization Policy Studies Institute, UK research organization Population Services International, nonprofit global health organization Professional Skills Institute, private university in Toledo, Ohio Professors for a Strong Israel, right-wing group of academics in Israel Prudential Securities Incorporated, financial services company PSI Seminars, provider of personal and professional development seminars Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. American operator of psychiatric hospitals Public Services International, global federation of public sector trade unions Statisticians in the Pharmaceutical Industry, promotes use of statistics in the pharmaceutical industry Psi, psychic or paranormal phenomena Psi hit, parapsychological experimentation term Paranormal Site Investigators, in the UK PSI, infectious protein in yeast Pandemic severity index, used by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Photosystem I, protein complex involved in photosynthesis Pneumonia severity index Protein Structure Initiative, structural genomics initiative of the U.
S. NIGMS Psi, XMPP client program Potentially Shippable Increment, in the Scrum software development methodology Program-specific information, part of the MPEG transport stream protocol PSI-20, stock market index of companies that trade on Euronext Lisbon, the main stock exchange of Portugal Private sector involvement, in sovereign-debt restructuring deals "Yaw" angle, one of the Euler angles, denoted ψ in aerospace engineering Psi Islands, in the Melchior Islands, Antarctica Chebyshev function Dedekind psi function Digamma function Polygamma functions Stream function, in two-dimensional flows Polar tangential angle of a curve Probability of ultimate ruin, in ruin theory Supergolden ratio Pounds per square inch, unit of pressure PSI, software J/psi meson, subatomic particle Porous silicon Water potential, denoted Ψ, in physical chemistry, the potential energy of a water solution relative to pure water Wave function, denoted ψ, in quantum mechanics Psychology or psychologist, denoted Ψ, used in the logo of various psychological associations Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in psychology Psi-theory, theory about the human mind, a cognitive architecture Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. corporation that owns psychiatric hospitals Parasocial interaction, non-reciprocal interactions, as between a fanbase and a performer Permanent staff instructor, in the British Army Personalized System of Instruction Pollutant Standards Index, air pollution measure Pre-shipment inspection, method of quality control Presentence investigation report, investigation into the history of person convicted of a crime Psy Ps1
Thomas William Jones was an English professional footballer. He spent five years at Blackpool in the 1930s, making over 150 Football League appearances for the club, he played as a forward. Jones made his debut for Blackpool on 4 September 1933, in a 4–3 victory over Fulham at Bloomfield Road, he scored Blackpool's fourth goal. He went on to make a further 32 league appearances for the club in 1933–34, Blackpool manager Sandy MacFarlane's first season in charge, he scored six more goals in his first campaign with the Seasiders, including both Blackpool goals in their 2–1 victory at Bradford City on 23 December. In Jones's second season with the club, 1934–35, he made 35 league appearances and scored five goals, while in 1935–36, he made 36 league appearances and scored twelve goals, finishing as Blackpool's second-top scorer behind Bobby Finan in Joe Smith's first season as manager, he scored his first FA Cup goal for the club. It came in their 5–2 fourth-round defeat at Fulham on 25 January 1936.
In 1936–37, Jones again scored twelve league goals. He scored four goals in a 7–1 victory over Nottingham Forest at Bloomfield Road on 28 November 1936. In Jones's final season at Blackpool, 1937 -- 38, he scored two goals, he scored the only goal of their FA Cup third-round tie at Birmingham City on 8 January 1938. His final appearance for the club occurred on 23 April in the penultimate league game of the season, a single-goal defeat at Grimsby Town. Jones subsequently joined Grimsby Town for the start of the 1938-39 season, played until 1947, when he began his final professional season with Accrington Stanley. After retirement he returned to his native Oakengates. Calley, Roy. Blackpool: A Complete Record 1887-1992. Breedon Books Sport. ISBN 1-873626-07-X
Irina Anatolyevna Privalova is a Russian athlete who has won a gold medal at the Olympics. She first competed in the sprint events, winning two Olympic medals in the 100 m and anchoring the 4x100 team, plus fourth place in the 200 m in 1992 whilst representing the Unified Team. With three European individual championships and three individual world medals, Irina Privalova had been a formidable competitor during most of the 1990s but had not yet won an outdoor world championship gold medal. In 2000, she gambled and switched to the 400 m hurdles discipline winning the Olympic title in Sydney 2000 in 53.02 s and a bronze in the 4 x 400 m relay team for Russia. Irina Privalova is the world indoor record holder in the 50 m, 60 m sprints, she has been the world indoor champion at the 60 m, 200 m, 400 m events. Privalova achieved her best time in the 100 m for nine years in 1994