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Undergraduate students at the University of Michigan can join the Berridge
lab for a semester of academic credit either through the Laboratory in
Biopsychology course (Psych 331) or as an independent
laboratory course in Psychology as a natural science (Psych 326 or
426), or as an Honors thesis. For Psych 331, an application form can be
obtained from the Psychology Undergraduate Office (1st floor, East Hall)
or Biopsychology Office (4th floor). For Psych 326 or Honors projects,
contact Professor Berridge directly
before trying to enroll.
Most graduate students join the Berridge biopsychology laboratory through
Ph.D. Program* in the Department
of Psychology. It is also possible to join though the interdisciplinary
Neuroscience Ph.D. Program
administered through the Medical
School (PIBS program).
*Since 2005, Michigan
Biopsychology has been regularly ranked between # 1 and #3 programs in Behavioral Neuroscience in United States by US News & World Report !