Our faculty engage in cutting-edge research in the science and practice of psychology.
We prepare our nearly 2,000 undergraduate majors for exciting careers or advanced studies.
Our doctoral students are equipped to be leaders in academia, industry, government, healthcare and other fields.
We are home to more than 40 core faculty and dozens of associated faculty from across the university, 130 doctoral students and 2,200 undergraduate majors.
We work in labs, schools, hospitals and other settings advancing the understanding of behavior. Our classes are grounded in science and our students actively participate in their learning. Outside the classroom, we are involved in activities and events to improve the human condition locally, nationally and internationally.
Doctoral students enrolled in one of eight concentrations managed by one or more of the five program areas.
Core faculty members who actively collaborate with many associated faculty and colleagues within and outside the university.
Cutting-edge research laboratories headed by our core faculty members.
Approximate grant funding secured by our core faculty each year over the last five years, which supports our research labs and student training.
Peer-reviewed journal articles we publish each year in top journals in our fields of study.
Psychology is a hub science and provides a point of connection for a range of disciplines, such as neuroscience, medicine, philosophy, public health and gerontology, allowing the examination of a range of unique scientific inquiries. The study of psychology provides valuable knowledge about a range of issues and has the added benefit of sharing evidence-based, practical information useful in our daily lives.
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