Department of Psychology

Research

The Department of Psychology engages in research covering a variety of topics to better understand the brain and behavior.  Our faculty serve on national boards and committees, publish in high impact journals, and have been successful at acquiring funds from key external agencies such as the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the Department of Defense to name a few.  Faculty across all four of our graduate programs are actively engaged in research, and have collaborations across the University, leveraging state of the art facilities such as the Auburn University MRI Research Center and the Biological Research Facility. From applied behavioral analysis to cognitive neuroscience to studying organizational constructs in group settings, the Department of Psychology at Auburn University is committed to advancing our understanding of human behavior, and the physiological processes supporting it.

For more information about individual faculty labs, please visit our Faculty Labs web page, or download the comprehensive Faculty Labs Spreadsheet.

Last Updated: July 13, 2015