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Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes approached from physiological, cognitive, behavioral, social, and applied perspectives. Psychology applies a range of scientific methodologies to the study of such topics as: brain function, learning, motivation, sensation, perception, cognition, memory, development, social influence, attitudes, and mental disorders and treatments.
The department’s goals are to give students both a strong, scientifically rigorous base in the major subdisciplines of psychology and an exposure to applications of psychology. Learn more about our courses.
The department strives to develop students’ competencies in conducting and evaluating psychological research, and many students have had the opportunity to publish papers and give professional presentations with faculty. In addition, students can gain experience in applied psychology through our internship program.
- What you can do with a degree in psychology
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October 24th, 2016
Constructing Inclusive and Equitable College Classrooms
“Constructing Inclusive and Equitable College Classrooms”
Samuel D. Museus, Ph.D.
Director of Culturally Engaging Campus Environments (CECE) Project
Associate Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs
Indiana University, Bloomington
November 3rd, 2016
3:30pm - 6:00pm:
First Psychology Symposium!