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  • Columbia Psychology Undergrad InfoPack
    Open House Spring Open House Tues March 1 7 30PM in 200B Sch Major Advising Resources Program Goals Program Planning Tips Major Advising FAQs Major Requirement Checklists Transfer Credit Peer Faculty Program Advisors Faculty Office Hours About the Psychology Curriculum Course Offerings Psych Major Concentration Neuroscience Behavior Major Science Requirement Get Involved in Research Read about Faculty Research Lab Preview Handout Psychology Honors Program Applications SURF Program Amgen Scholars Summer

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  • Columbia Psychology Undergrad Resources
    How to Prepare for Grad School How to Get In to Grad School Learn more about Psychology Columbia Resources CourseWorks LibraryWeb Directory of Classes Bulletins Email Registrar SSOL Other Resources Psych at Barnard TC NYU NYS Psychiatric Institute CPMC CU

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  • Overview
    The Postbaccalaureate Certificate Program in Psychology is designed to help college graduates who did not major in psychology but who wish to pursue graduate training in this field to gain the course and research experience necessary to make them competitive psychology Ph D applicants Although this program does not guarantee acceptance into the program of your choice it has been successful in providing motivated students with the opportunities that they need to succeed Since its instantiation in Fall 1999 the majority of students who completed the program gained acceptance into their first choice program including clinical Ph D programs at the University of Georgia University of California at San Diego joint program with San Diego State University the City College of New York Duke University the State University of New York at Albany Fordham University Teacher s College as well as Masters programs in social work and public health at Columbia University The Postbac Program is an intensive 1 2 year program of coursework and research experience with carefully structured support and advisement at all stages from selection of coursework and research labs to application to graduate school The program is appropriate for students interested in graduate study in all

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  • Prospective Students
    the field since 1999 It is appropriate for students interested in graduate study in all areas of psychology Our graduates have gone on to programs in clinical counseling cognitive social and school psychology as well as programs in social work and public health It is geared toward preparing students for admission to Ph D or Psy D psychology programs as well as certain masters level programs The majority of the

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  • Current Students
    high level Postbac Socials hosted by the Psychology Department are a great way for you to get to know your fellow students There are about 30 40 students in the program with a diverse range of interests backgrounds and ages Students with some experience in the program can act as student mentors to those just beginning giving advice about which are the best courses and other tidbits of wisdom Getting

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  • Psychology Department News
    full article Congratulations to Professor Nim Tottenham who has been selected for the Provost s Grants Program for Junior Faculty who Contribute to the Diversity Goals of the University The title of her proposal is Critical Periods for Intergenerational Fear Transmission in Humans Professor Nim Tottenham has been selected by the American Psychological Association APA for the2015 Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology Professor Carl Hart testified before Congress about his research on the pharmacological effects of marijuana use as well as the disproportionate effect of drug policy on minority groups See Professor Hart s full testimony here The New York Times Magazine interviewed Professor Carl Hart about his research on addiction and the problems with drug policy Professor Walter Mischel will deliver the 2014 Tanner Lecture on Human Values at the University of Michigan on April 9th His lecture Overcoming the Weakness of the Will will be followed on April 10th by an Interdisciplinary Symposium to discuss its implication for public policy and decision making The New York Times Room for Debate series features a piece by Professor Carl Hart calling for a more considered and compassionate approach to treating drug addiction The Huffington Post discusses the roots of rejection sensitivity the physiological effects of rejection and coping strategies with Professor Geraldine Downey Professor Valerie Purdie Vaughns appeared on CNN s Headline News to discuss race and the Michael Dunn trial Professor Carl Hart weighs in on addiction and treatment in The New York Times Room for Debate series Read the full conversation here Professor Valerie Purdie Vaughns joined Michigan s State of Opportunity to discuss high stakes testing and its impact on low income students and children of color Click here to hear the entire discussion Professor Valerie Purdie Vaughns has been awarded the prestigious

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  • Psychology Events
    graduate program is guided by the belief that faculty and graduate students learn from each other Both the science and art of how to make psychological discoveries are learned from interactions among one s departmental colleagues In addition to lab meetings it is area talks that provide this critical setting The area talks representing different research domains expose students to current research from Columbia faculty fellow graduate students as well

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  • Psychology Department Colloquium Series
    Events Calendar News Events News Psychology Events Colloquia Archive Affiliated Events Events Calendar Psychology Department Colloquium Series 2015 2016 Information Time Wednesdays 4 10 PM Location 614 Schermerhorn Hall Refreshments are served after the talks in the 4th Floor Social Area in Schermerhorn Hall To arrange a meeting with one of the colloquium speakers please contact the faculty host for that speaker directly Meetings are generally held from 1 30 PM 4 00 PM on the day of the talk September 30 2015 Russell Fernald Stanford University Title Cognitive skills used in establishing social hierarchies Host James Curley October 28 2015 Lila Davachi NYU Title The life of a memory associative memory formation and consolidation Host Elke Weber and Daphna Shohamy November 11 2015 Jennifer Lerner Harvard University Title Emotion and Decision Making Host Kevin Ochsner December 9 2015 Scott Huettel Duke University Title Neural mechanisms of social decision making Host Elke Weber and Daphna Shohamy February 10 2016 Elizabeth Gould Princeton University Title Structural plasticity in the adult mammalian brain Host Sarah Woolley February 24 2016 Ethan Kross University of Michigan Title Self Talk as a Regulatory Mechanism How You Do It Matters Host Kevin Ochsner March 9 2016

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