Psychology

Psychology is the scientific study of behavior, mind, and brain. We seek to understand how people think and act, both as individuals and in groups.  The department has 15 faculty providing expertise in six subareas of study: cognitive, cultural, developmental, social, psychopathology, and neuroscience.  Features of the major include foundational courses, training in statistics and research methods, a cultural immersion experience, small advanced seminars, and opportunities to conduct original research.

DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

JOB OPENING

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Cognitive Psychology

PSYC MAJORS MEETINGS, AY 2015

Guide to Applying to Graduate School, Nov. 4th (Tues.), 12-1pm, Judd 116
Chuck Sanislow, assistant professor, and Peggy Carey Best, Health Professions Advisor at the Career Center, will discuss graduate school options for clinical psychology and related programs, and how best to prepare. Guide to Applying to Graduate School. Pizza will be provided.

COLLOQUIUM SERIES

November 4
"Jews, Race, and Essence: The Search for a Mythologized 'Jewish Mind' "
Andrew Winston
University of Guelph