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  • MESAAS | Welcome
    range of fields from literature and the history of ideas to contemporary history and politics To find out about our faculty graduate programs undergraduate study and language instruction please use the menu above or the quick links on the right To contact the department administration or for travel directions see the Information page The department organizes regular workshops and conferences Upcoming events are listed to the right for more information

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/mesaas/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Instructional Links
    Prospective Students Current Students Resources Courses Undergraduate Overview Prospective Students Current Students Courses Resources Postbac Overview Prospective Students Current Students Courses News Events News Psychology Events Colloquia Affiliated Events Events Calendar Resources Instructional Links Reservations Email Connections Forms Useful Links Instructional Links Academic Difficulty Report Bulletins CC GS CE SEAS GSAS Summer Center for New Media Teaching and Learning CCNMTL CourseWorks Directory of Classes Summer 2015 Fall 2015 Spring 2016

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  • Index to Psychology Courses
    Courses 2000s Undergrad Introductions to Areas 1001 The Science of Psychology 2200s Gp I Perception Cognition 1010 Mind Brain and Behavior 2400s Gp II Psychobio Neuroscience 1400 1600s Research Methods and Statistics 2600s Gp III Social Person Abnormal 3000s Advanced Undergraduate Courses 4000s Grad Advanced Undergrad Courses 3200s Gp I Perception Cognition 4200s Gp I Perception Cognition 3400s Gp II Psychobio Neuroscience 4400s Gp II Psychobio Neuroscience 3600s Gp III

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  • Site Map
    Tour People Faculty Core Emeritus Affiliated Part Time All Office Hours Researchers Research Scientists Post Docs Graduate Students Administration Academic Staff Research Staff A Z Directory Alumni Research Grants and Awards Faculty Research Research Labs Affiliated Research Participate in Research Paid Participants Participant Pool Research Opportunities Internships A M Internships N Z Field Placements Research Resources Funding Sources Online Information Psychology Library Rascal IRB Useful Links Columbia Links Graduate Overview

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  • Overview of the Department
    hundreds the scientific approach it took to the study of psychology was so well known that it was referred to as the Columbia School of Psychology versus Behaviorism or Gestalt or Psychoanalytic Remaining a relatively small department it has been ranked among the top programs having more renowned faculty and graduate students than programs many times its size see Timeline and Fun Facts in the History section The faculty who have received many of the top honors in their fields see Grants and Awards have been not only outstanding researchers but also dedicated teachers receiving teaching awards in recognition of their contributions They are also actively engaged in interdisciplinary collaboration with various other departments including Biology Business Management and Marketing Psychiatry Neuroscience and the fMRI Research Center leading to exciting new frontiers in training and research The Department of Psychology is strongly represented as an undergraduate major in the university also offering an honors program and the neuroscience and behavior major co sponsored with Biology The curriculum offers a broad spectrum of courses and in line with its history supports an experimental orientation to learning about the many areas within psychology Undergraduate majors often become involved in faculty research thereby learning firsthand about the scientific method The Postbaccalaureate Program a relatively recent addition to the department since 1998 has been enormously popular and successful in preparing students who previously majored in other fields to apply successfully to graduate programs in psychology The Graduate Program aims to train doctoral candidates to become accomplished researchers and teachers providing them the opportunity to collaborate with several faculty members while pursuing their personal interests and burning issues The low student faculty ratio creates a richly rewarding learning environment for students who benefit from the flexibility of delving into a wide range of research areas

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  • History
    the results of modern biological research as affecting these sciences With the separation of the English Department from the Department of Philosophy Ethics and Psychology in 1881 psychology was en route to independent status By 1891 a number of Experimental Psychology courses was offered and in 1892 a professorship in psychology was created for James Catell who founded one of America s earliest experimental laboratories at Columbia At that time many university administrators were reluctant to provide the financial resources necessary to establish equip and maintain these laboratories For psychologists marketing of the laboratory was important for student recruitment and moreover it was also a public statement of the scientific legitimacy of the discipline In 1898 Cattell was appointed to the position of Department Head at Columbia University s Department of Psychology Philosophy and Anthropology Under Cattell s supervision Columbia University awarded more doctorates in the Psychology Department than any other U S graduate school During his tenure psychology became a required course in the undergraduate curriculum and rivaled the other leading sciences in the number of students attracted Though controversial at the time Cattell felt that experimental approaches to psychology especially those involving psycho physical measurement were critical to the rise and continued success of academic psychology He also helped shape the field by taking a leading role in the founding of the American Psychological Association in 1892 and of Psychological Review in 1894 which he edited for many years afterward Two of Catell s students Edward Thorndike and Robert S Woodworth went on to shape the field of learning From the 1920 s through the 1940 s Woodworth the acknowledged Dean of American experimental psychology set up the eclectic orientation of the department and recruited a remarkable group of faculty including Gardner Murphy Otto Klineberg Fred Keller William

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  • Directions
    S across to Broadway and 42nd Street and then proceed as above Top Bus Directions Three bus lines M4 M104 and M60 serve the Columbia campus stopping directly in front of the 116th Street gates Cross town buses connect with the 1 subway on Broadway or Seventh Avenue Top Airport Transportation LaGuardia JFK and Newark Airports The easiest way to reach Columbia University from the airport is by taxi The average fare from LaGuardia Airport the closest airport to the campus LaGuardia is 25 This does not include toll and tip JFK Airport has a flat fare of 45 to any single stop in Manhattan This does not include toll and tip Taxi service from Newark Airport is 67 15 surcharge tip Bus Service The M60 MTA Manhattan Bus Schedule a city bus to from LaGuardia is convenient to from 116th Broadway 1 2 block up is the bus stop and costs the price of a standard city fare 2 00 The MTA offers a Kennedy Airport shuttle bus to from Kennedy Airport connecting to the subway A line The shuttle train trip takes approx 120 minutes to from upper westside and costs the standard city fare 2 00 Olympia Trails 212 964 6233 provides bus service from Newark Airport to Penn Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal The trip takes 45 60 minutes and costs 13 00 per person oneway Two ways cost 22 00 per person From the Port Authority Bus Terminal follow the subway directions listed above Top Car Directions To the Campus The main entrance to the Columbia campus is located at 116th Street and Broadway in Manhattan Columbia is best reached by taking the 95 96th Street exit of the Henry Hudson Parkway West Side Highway If you are traveling south you can use the 95th Street off ramp and turn left onto Riverside Drive Proceed north to 116th Street A right turn at 116th Street leads you to the campus gate If you are traveling north your exit will be at 96th Street You can go across 96th and then make a left onto Broadway and proceed north to 116th Street From the North 1 Take the New York Thruway Route 87 or the New England Thruway I 95 to the Cross Bronx Expressway in the direction of the George Washington Bridge Bear right as you approach the bridge and take the exit for the Henry Hudson Parkway West Side Highway south Exit the parkway at West 95th Street Make a left on Riverside Drive Go North on Riverside until 116th Street Turn right and go two blocks towards Broadway and the University s Maingates 2 Take the Saw Mill Parkway south to the Henry Hudson Parkway West Side Highway south Exit the parkway at West 95th Street Proceed as above From the East Take the Grand Central Parkway or Long Island Expressway west to the Cross Island Parkway north Cross over the Throggs Neck Bridge to the Cross Bronx Expressway in the

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  • Photo Tour
    Z Directory Alumni Research Grants and Awards Faculty Research Participate in Research Research Resources Graduate Overview Prospective Students Current Students Resources Courses Undergraduate Overview Prospective Students Current Students Courses Resources Postbac Overview Prospective Students Current Students Courses News Events News Psychology Events Colloquia Affiliated Events Events Calendar About Us The Department History Visit Us Photo Tour Photo Tour Schermerhorn Hall Psychology s Home Photos 2012 Photos 2011 Photos 2010 Photos

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