Exploring the Mind
The Department of Psychology is consistently ranked as a top department in the nation because of the excellence of our faculty, students and programs. Our faculty are recognized nationally and internationally for their contributions to the creation of new scientific knowledge in psychology. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are recognized for pioneering contributions in classroom and research education, as well as innovative experiential learning. The department has been recognized for decades as one of the most distinguished and productive departments of psychology in the world.
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Interim Department Chair
Professor of Psychology
The Psychology SAA Office will offer walk-in advising ONLY during the course registration period (Sept 2-Sept 11) due to the high volume of students with advising needs. Students may begin scheduling regular appointments in advance after the walk-in advising period has ended. Walk-in advising will be offered during the following times:
Sept 2-Sept 11th
Available to all undergraduate students with quick questions regarding registration, checking your requirements, transfer credits, and study abroad.
- How Facebook makes you distrusting and miserable September 2, 2014
- You really can teach yourself to be smarter August 28, 2014
- Young kids' tasting of alcohol reflects parental modelling August 28, 2014
- Improving experimental designs and procedures data analysis and the reporting of results
Speaker: Martin Sarter, Ph.D., Professor, Neuroscience, University of Michigan
- 1:00 PM
- Understanding the development youth antisocial behavior and callous unemotional traits: implications for intervention and treatment
Speaker: Rebecca Waller, Ph.D., Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan
- 1:00 PM
- Toward an Upward Spiral Theory of Lifestyle Change
Speaker: Barbara Fredrickson,Ph.D., Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of North Carolina
- 3:00 PM