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dept05.jpgThe Psychology Department encourages close interaction among our faculty and students. On average, 10 Psychology majors graduate each year and upper-level Psychology courses average 10-15 students each. This departmental closeness allows us to provide you — and your individual needs — with a great deal of personal attention.

  • you may work with various populations to track trends in health and wellness behaviors in HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY;

  • you will spend time with children and adolescents within their school environment in your CHILD or ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY course;

  • you will gain direct experience in working with exceptional populations in the filed in your PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCEPTIONALITIES class;

  • after you gather your own data, you will be able to use a statistics program to "number crunch" in your EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY course;

  • you may outline behavioral change plans for yourself or a member of a special population in your BEHAVIOR MODIFICATIONS class;

  • you will explore cutting-edge research and contribute to, and analyze data from, national databases in your NEUROSCIENCE and COGNITION labs;

  • you will perform some intriguing research on attitudes, group behavior and social perception in your SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY course.


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