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.
Dr. Kana was honored for his research contributions as part of Faculty Research Day.
Students in our honors program created short videos describing their research. Check out their amazing work!
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