Doctoral Degrees

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The BN program focuses on training in learning, memory, psychopharmacology, physiological psychology, neuroanatomy and neuroendocrinology.
Our clinical program specializes in health psychology, child clinical, community/ prevention, substance abuse research and ethnic minority well-being.
The CogSci program includes cognitive development, embodied cognition, perception & action, dynamics, language, memory, categorization and learning.
Developmental emphasizes bio-behavioral markers/genetics; developmental psychopathology, risk, resilience; and translational prevention/intervention.
Our Social program focuses on cooperation/conflict, relationships, emotion, culture, religion, stereotypes, prejudice, decision-making, and evolution.
Quantitative concentrates on developing innovative approaches to construct measurements, research design, data analysis and statistical methodologies.