Psychology

As the science of behavior and psychological processes, psychology has a vast range.

At one end, it borders on the natural sciences such as biology and physiology, and at the other, it shares interest with social science disciplines such as sociology and anthropology. With the goal of understanding, predicting, and modifying behavior and psychological processes, psychologists must include in their studies a variety of perspectives.

For additional information on the degree program in Psychology, contact:

Arlo Clark-Foos, Ph.D.

More about the Psychology Degree

Learn about A FEW of the areas of psychology we offer!

Full-Time Psychology Faculty

Marie Waung

Associate Dean, Professor of Psychology

William Birkhill

LEO Lecturer II in Psychology

David Chatkoff

Associate Professor of Psychology

Arlo Clark-Foos

Associate Professor of Psychology, Psychology Discipline Coordinator

Francine Dolins

Associate Professor of Psychology

Robert Hymes

Associate Professor of Psychology

Christian Klein

LEO Lecturer II in Psychology

Michelle Leonard

Associate Professor of Psychology; Program Director, Health Psychology and Clinical Health Psychology

Zhong Xu Liu

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Roger Loeb

Professor of Psychology; Director, Psychology Internship

Joseph Musial

LEO Lecturer II in Psychology

Justin Peer

LEO Lecturer II in Psychology

Harmony Reppond

Associate Professor of Psychology

Nitya Sethuraman

Associate Professor of Psychology

Caleb Siefert

Associate Professor of Psychology

Internship and Research Opportunities

Students talk about majoring in Psychology

Narissa Ayoub

Student Clubs & Organizations

Psychology students may also be interested in other clubs and organizations in Behavioral Sciences, throughout CASL, and across campus.