Our program in Social Psychology prepares students to be skilled social psychological researchers and data analysts. Students will gain a broad knowledge of psychology in general through coursework and a detailed knowledge of social psychological research by conducting research in their mentor’s lab. Students in our program receive training in multiple research methods and advanced statistical techniques.
For more details, prospective applicants are encouraged to explore the faculty web pages to get a closer look at the research topics that are currently being investigated. A strong fit between an applicant’s research interests and those of a specific social faculty member is a very important aspect of the admissions process.
For further information or questions concerning the Doctoral Program in Social Psychology, contact:
- Donald Hantula, PhD
- Chelsea Helion, PhD: New faculty as of July 2019 - Currently Accepting Graduate Students for Fall 2019
- Johanna Jarcho, PhD: New faculty as of July 2018 - Currently Accepting Graduate Students for Fall 2019
- Andrew Karpinski, PhD
For information on how to apply to the Social Psychology program, please visit the Psychology Graduate Bulletin.