Our psychology students have been published in scientific journals. They've presented research at conferences and won prestigious National Science Foundation Fellowships for graduate study. And, they're having fun while exploring questions that are important and interesting to them.
Chelsea De Jonge - Electronic Person PerceptionBillions of e-mails are sent all over the world every day. How people interpret those messages was the topic of Chelsea De Jonge's research, which was co-authored with Professor Frank McAndrew and published in Social Psychological and Personality Science. Read more
Your senior capstone experience culminates with an extensive research paper and a public presentation of your work in either a departmental poster session or an undergrad research conference. Check out some of our student work from our most recent poster session, and read more about Senior Capstone.
You'll be able to take full advantage of research in an area of personal interest through our independent study program. Some of our student research is of high enough quality that it is frequently published in peer-reviewed journals or presented alongside Ph.D. students at professional conferences.
Most years one to two psychology majors undertake College Honors, carrying out an advanced research project over the course of a year and presenting and defending it to a faculty committee that includes a distinguished outside examiner. Many outside examiners have said that our student work is equivalent to a master's thesis in scope and quality.
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Our space for biofeedback research, human assessment and observation, and brain activity measurement is just one of the many resources you’ll have to support your research. Check out our labs for animal research, neuro- and psycho-physiology, and more.
Knox's Team X-Ray places second among 15 liberal arts colleges that competed in an intense regional contest involving programming teams from colleges and universities in five states.
History Professor Danielle Fatkin shares artifacts from her archaeological dig in Jordan and provides a lab environment for students to develop skills in analyzing ancient pottery.
Campus event is affiliated with the national Bioneers movement, which focuses on exploring solutions for the world's most pressing environmental and social challenges.