If you have a Psych degree and love to play video games, then opportunity might be knocking right now. Who says you need to know programming and math and... physics and... nerdy stuff like that to make video games? A quick perusal of Valve's job openings shows that they're looking for a psychologist to "help craft even more compelling gameplay experiences for future Valve titles." There's also an opening for a food services employee, for all you gaming cafeteria ladies out there.
If I recall correctly, Valve and scientists have a history of badassery together.
Hey, why not give it a shot? Instead of running tests in some sterile lab, you might participate in designing new situations for GLaDOS to... run tests in some sterile lab, I guess. But a virtual one!