The Department of Psychology at Stanford University is devoted to training scientists who will work to advance theory and to create knowledge that helps us address real-world problems. Accomplishing this mission requires a broad range of perspectives and backgrounds. Diversity enriches both our department and the science of psychology.
Lianne Barnes selected to participate in Collegium of University Teaching Fellows Congratulations to Lianne Barnes (Social Area) for being selected to participate in the UCLA Collegium of University Teaching Fellows (CUTF) program through the Office of Instructional Development.
Psychological Sciences at Vanderbilt represents a diverse group of scholars in the Department of Psychology in the College Arts and Science, the Department of Psychology and Human Development in Peabody College, and faculty in allied disciplines across the university.
Niv will be honored during the Graduate School’s Hooding ceremony Monday, June 4, 2018. New studies highlight social media use and our personal experiences Assistant Professor Diana Tamir and researchers explore how social media affects people’s enjoyment, engagement, and memory of experiences.
The Clinical Psychology Program at Duke University is a Ph.D. program for students seeking excellence in academic, scientific, and clinical training. The Clinical Psychology Program at Duke University is a Ph.D. program for students seeking excellence in academic, scientific, and clinical training.
Li Cai, Ph.D ’08, is a graduate of the Quantitative Psychology program. He now works at UCLA as a Professor of Education and the Director of the ELPA21 collaborative. During his time at the L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, Dr. Cai prepared for his current career in assessment and quantitative methods.
The Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia is consistently rated among the best in the nation. This level of achievement is a direct result of our commitment to excellence in research and in teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Graduate study in the Department of Psychology is organized into four areas: clinical science, developmental, social psychology, and cognition, brain, and behavior. These areas consist of faculty members whose combined interests span a coherent program of advanced study and research in some subfield of psychology.