Study how we perceive and process information, including attention, memory, spatial cognition, and human factors.
Investigate the biological, social, and psychological factors that influence health and well-being across diverse populations.
Explore personality and social interaction, including attitude, affect and motivation, social cognition, and more.
Research cognition and decision-making in the older adult population, and explore interventions for caregivers and families.
Examine human growth and change across a lifespan, including physical, social, cognitive, and emotional change.
Discover how legal theory, laws, and procedures intersect with clinical issues, practices, and ethics.
Study developmental psychopathology and its role in child and adolescent intervention, assessment, and research.
Congrats to Cassie Whitt who has won the College of Arts & Sciences’ College-level award for Outstanding Teaching as a Doctoral Student!
Congrats to Julia Loup who has won the College of Arts & Sciences’ College-level award for Outstanding Research by a Masters Student!
The SSCP Distinguished Scientist Award is given each year to an individual who has made an extremely important career contribution to the science of clinical psychology.
Danielle McDuffie has won two impressive poster awards with her project, “Manifestations of Racial Trauma in Bereaved Middle to Older Aged Black Adults.”