To all W&J students:
If you are interested...
Psychologists study behavior from a wide range of perspectives that includes social, clinical, physiological, developmental, organizational, and cognitive psychology. As a member of the science division, the psychology department employs empirical methods to learn about behavior and the variables that affect it. The department also participates in a wide range of research and applied programs that intersect our discipline including neuroscience; mind, brain, and behavior; child development and education; and human resource management.
For more information, contact Professor Nicholas Cavoti.