The Department of Psychology offers four advanced degree programs—one master's program and three Ph.D. programs. Our graduate programs provide students with a firm foundation in their field of psychology as well as research and outreach opportunities to prepare them for success after graduation.
Our department researches to better understand the brain and behavior. Faculty serve on national boards and committees, publish in high impact journals, and acquire funds from external agencies like the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the Department of Defense.
First Year Graduate Student Awarded Competitive Travel Grant from the Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Julio Yanes, a first year graduate student in the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences Program in the Department of Psychology receives $1000 to travel to Geneva, Switzerland to present his research at a the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) in Geneva, Switzerland.