Research in Psychology

The Department of Psychology offers research opportunities for students at all levels. Undergraduates are encouraged to conduct innovative research in fun and compelling labs. Whether it’s eyewitness identification, counseling or virtual reality, undergraduate students will help solve pressing global matters alongside expert faculty and graduate students.

The Department of Psychology also offers doctoral-level training in three program areas— cognitive psychology, counseling psychology and social psychology. The department offers a graduate Certificate in Quantitative Methods. The composition of the program areas is grounded in the research of individual faculty. The overlapping interests of our faculty form several research clusters as well as a research concentration in psychology and law. For more information, click on the links below:


Doctoral Level Program Areas:

Cognitive Psychology     |     Counseling Psychology     |     Social Psychology


Graduate Certificate:

Graduate Certificate in Quantitative Methods


Faculty Research:

Faculty Research Interests


Psychology-Law Concentration and Research Clusters:

Psychology and Law     |     Research Clusters