The Experimental Psychology program uses a faculty-mentor model in which students work closely with faculty on research. Any faculty member with graduate faculty status can oversee graduate students.
If you are considering applying to our program, view the webpages of the psychology faculty listed below to see faculty research interests and experiences. Faculty may also be willing to work with students in new research areas. It is recommended that students contact faculty via email to discuss the possibility of working with them.
Faculty mentors are not limited to the list above. Please view all the psychology faculty for potential mentors.
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