Undergraduate and Graduate psychology students are encouraged to participate in the research activities of the department, whether as research subjects/participants, student researchers, or members of faculty research teams. This site will provide regular updates regarding research opportunities for students in psychology, as well as information about the research activities of our undergraduates. Central has such a strong research identity, it is often difficult for students to grasp just how much we do, and how much fun this can be.
If you want read about more research conducted by faculty and students at conferences, you may read the giant list!
Just in Spring of 2009, for example, at a single conference (Western Psychological Association), our students were involved in the following presentations:
We also had a student win one of the WPA SPECIAL AWARDS
These special awards are funded by endowments created and supported by the individuals and institutions indicated in the titles of the awards.
Justin R. Smith won the Robert L. Solso Research Award
Check out the full article that includes information on Dr. Jesse James and Meghan Gilbert, a juniorPsychology Aims To Impress At CWU’s SOURCE 20th Anniversary
Washington State’s longest running event of its kind reaches a significant milestone this year. ThCWU Offers One Of The Top Online Psychology Degrees In The Nation
Central Washington University was ranked as having one of the top 30 online psychology bachelor’s