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  • Welcome to the Department of Psychology | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is the oldest continuously functioning psychology department in North America and has a rich history Consistently ranked among the top Psychology Departments in the world its graduate program has produced a disproportionate number of today s leading psychological scientists see list Today the department s faculty apply rigorous methods to answer questions in a wide range of overlapping research areas Recent News

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  • Department Faculty | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    edu Robert DeRubeis Samuel H Preston Term Professor in the Social Sciences Department Chair 215 573 5804 215 898 6230 derubeis psych upenn edu chair psych upenn edu Angela Duckworth Assistant Professor 215 898 1339 duckwort psych upenn edu Russell Epstein Associate Professor 215 573 3532 epstein psych upenn edu Martha Farah Annenberg Professor of Natural Sciences Director of the Center for Neuroscience Society 215 573 3531 mfarah psych upenn edu Loretta Flanagan Cato Associate Professor 215 898 4085 flanagan psych upenn edu Henry Gleitman Professor Emeritus henry psych upenn edu Lila Gleitman Professor Emerita 215 573 6290 gleitman psych upenn edu Geoffrey Goodwin Assistant Professor 215 746 3579 ggoodwin psych upenn edu Harvey Grill Professor 215 898 7213 grill psych upenn edu Sara Jaffee Associate Professor Director of the Undergraduate Honors Program 215 746 4566 srjaffee psych upenn edu Joseph Kable Assistant Professor 215 746 3873 kable psych upenn edu Michael Kahana Professor 215 746 3502 kahana psych upenn edu Robert Kurzban Associate Professor 215 898 4977 kurzban psych upenn edu Javier Medina Assistant Professor 215 898 2164 jmed psych upenn edu Barbara Mellers I George Heyman University Professor 215 746 8540 mellers sas upenn edu Isabel Muzzio Assistant Professor 215 898 2151 imuzzio sas upenn edu Jacob Nachmias Professor Emeritus 215 898 7523 nachmias psych upenn edu Frank Norman Professor Emeritus norman psych upenn edu Albert Pepitone Professor Emeritus pepitone psych upenn edu David Premack Professor Emeritus davidpremack msn com Robert Rescorla Professor Emeritus 215 898 5096 rescorla psych upenn edu Judith Rodin Robert A Fox Leadership Professor Emeritus Burton S Rosner Professor Emeritus 01865 270446 burton rosner phon ox ac uk Paul Rozin Professor 215 898 7632 rozin psych upenn edu Ayelet Meron Ruscio Assistant Professor 215 573 4113 ruscio psych upenn edu Nicole Rust Assistant Professor

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  • Undergraduate Program | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    size of our seminars we cannot accommodate visitors to the courses numbered at the 300 and 400 level but we would be happy to talk to you about those courses if you come by the advising office Solomon Labs B24 Congratulation on your acceptance to Penn and enjoy your visit to our campus and city Courses offered through the College of Liberal and Professional Studies LPS can be found at http www sas upenn edu lps T he Psychology Department does NOT issue permits for College of Liberal and Professional Studies LPS classes e g PSYC 170 601 Per LPS Policy These courses are intended for LPS students A very few seats have been reserved for non LPS students Interested non LPS students should attempt to register for the course through Penn in Touch If seats are currently available in the course they will be able to claim one at that time If no seats are available students will be unable to register Though you may receive a message saying you need a permit this is only a function of the system s identifying you as a non LPS student The course may also appear to be open but this is only because it is open for LPS students Students who are unable to register at this time may also want to consider periodically attempting to register for the course through Penn in Touch as it is possible that a seat could become available On the second day of classes any unclaimed seats held for LPS students will be made available to non LPS students Interested students should attempt to register for the course through Penn in Touch at that time Introduction and Background Psychology is the scientific study of the mind It deals with how we perceive information in

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  • Graduate Program | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    site PennWebLogin Graduate Program Graduate study in Psychology at Penn emphasizes scholarship and research accomplishment The first year program is divided between courses that introduce various areas of psychology and a focused research experience A deep involvement in research continues throughout the graduate program and is supplemented by participation in seminars teaching and general intellectual give and take Students are admitted into the graduate program as a whole not into specific subfields Students and faculty are free to define their fields of interest A high level of interaction between students and faculty helps generate both a shared set of interests in the theoretical historical and philosophical foundations of psychology and active collaboration in research projects The Graduate Group in Psychology is highly distinguished and represents a broad range of work in psychology and includes an APA approved clinical program Two regular faculty and two emeritus professors are members of the National Academy of Sciences and three regular faculty are Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences The Department also includes past presidents of the American Psychological Association the Society for Judgment and Decision Making and of the Linguistics Society of America Many other faculty graduate students and former

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  • Research Areas | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    learning memory language decision processes foraging and neuro regulatory mechanisms Graduate training is based on a research apprenticeship model but can also involve collaborations between principal investigators in different labs Doctoral students participate in a rich campus wide community of researchers from multiple departments and centers offering a wide range of colloquia and informal seminar series Psychology graduate students studying Brain and Cognitive Sciences also interact closely with graduate students in Neuroscience Bioengineering and Linguistics The Psychology Graduate Group offers a broad range of research opportunities in clinical positive and social psychology Faculty and graduate students in these areas study a variety of topics that cross traditional boundaries of psychology Clinical Psychology has a proud history at the University of Pennsylvania beginning with Lightner Witmer who founded the first psychology clinic in the United States at Penn in 1896 The clinical training program aims to prepare highly qualified creative clinical scientists The Positive Psychology Center is at the vanguard of a new field called Positive Psychology whose mission is to understand and build the emotions strengths and virtues that enable individuals and communities to thrive Scholars working in the area of Social Psychology investigate a wide variety of domains ranging

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  • Participate in Research | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    Psychology s mission The advancement of psychology depends on research requiring the participation of investigators research assistants and human subjects participants We invite you to become involved in departmental research in one or more of these roles by volunteering to be a research subject working in a research laboratory as a paid or volunteer research assistant or enrolling for independent research credits Below you will find links to research projects

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  • Upcoming Events | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    site PennWebLogin Upcoming Events Speaker Dr Hal Pashler 04 15 2013 3 30pm 4 45pm Location Stiteler Hall B21 208 South 37th Street Speaker Dr Hal Pashler Distinguished Professor of Psychology Department of Psychology University of California San Diego Title Replicability Issues in Goal Priming Research A Sad Story and Some Possible Lessons Faculty Host Dr Michael Kahana URL for more info http www pashler com Topics in Animal Behavior

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  • Related Sites | University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology
    Participate in Research Talks News and Events Related Sites Departments Schools University of Pennsylvania Research Centers and Related Sites Resources Contact Search this site PennWebLogin Related Sites The Psychology Department is part of a larger intellectual community at Penn and

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