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Department of Psychology PhD Programs

The Department of Psychology offers a clinical psychology PhD program and a behavior, cognition, and neuroscience PhD program.

Behavior, Cognition, & Neuroscience PhD

Brendan Tunstall with Dr. David Kearns, Director of the Behavior, Cognition and Neuroscience Program (BCAN)

The PhD degree program in behavior, cognition, and neuroscience (BCaN) provides an opportunity for doctoral students to concentrate in behavior, cognition, neuroscience, or a combination of portions of two or more of these areas for an individually tailored regimen that is specifically suited to their interests.

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Clinical Psychology PhD

Photo: Psychology professor Kate Gunthert and student Sue Wenze recently explored the ways depression and anxiety affect focalism.

Fully accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1972, the clinical psychology doctoral program reflects the scientist-practitioner model of training and provides students who are interested in both clinical practice and research with an integrated curriculum of clinical intervention and empirical laboratory analyses of a variety of clinical issues.

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