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Department of Psychology Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Our Department strives to cultivate a climate where everyone feels respected, valued, and included. Different perspectives, backgrounds, and ideas are critically important for advancing knowledge and making our department and psychological science ever better.
Major & Minor
Pursue a degree or take courses in psychology as a social science or natural science.
We offer three graduate training programs that lead to a PhD.
Our department’s research coalesces in four signature areas.
Our department is committed to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion in psychology.
How does the pandemic affect families who were already struggling?
River Campus psychologists and the Mt. Hope Family Center are awarded a National Institute of Child Health and Human Development grant to study the pandemic’s long-term effects on family cohesion and child well-being.Continue Reading
Our psychology clusters satisfy the divisional requirement in social sciences.
We maintain strong ties with biological and social disciplines across the University, including ones in the Medical Center, Mt. Hope Family Center, Warner School of Education, and Arts, Sciences and Engineering.
Our students study psychology as both a natural science and social science. Because of our program’s breadth and depth, they are able to tailor their education for postgraduate studies and careers in psychology, medicine, social work, law, education, and more.