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Graduate Psychology Schools in Wisconsin

Graduate Psychology Schools in Wisconsin with Degree Program Overviews

University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Graduate Psychology Programs

For over one hundred years, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been preparing young scholars to achieve their goals of achieving professional careers in academia, private and public psychology clinics, research settings, and other environments in which mental health has come to the forefront as one of the key elements of total well being. While students are encouraged to seek faculty help to hone in on their particular area of interest, they are also able to engage in a wide variety of teaching and learning experiences.

Ph.D in Biological Psychology

In order to continue to advance society’s knowledge about both human and animal behavior and development, scholars with the ability to apply specific methods and techniques are needed. If you have an interest in conducting research that will allow you to assess peripheral physiological mechanisms of the brain, the doctoral program in Biological Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison might be the right academic home for you. Students graduating from this program will have a special ability to integrate knowledge across conventional discipline lines.

Ph.D. in Social and Personality Psychology

Almost more important than the ways in which humans develop personalities and behavioral preferences in today’s rapidly shrinking world, is the way in which interactions with other humans interrupt or impact those processes. Students that are interested in examining the social aspects of psychology during their doctoral program will be happy to know that the diverse faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are able to provide expertise in topics like acculturation, attitudes, goals and self-regulation culture and cognition, emotion, social cognition, stereotypes, and issues of prejudice and intergroup relations.

Contact Information

Address: 1202 West Johnson St., Madison, WI 53706-1969

Phone Number: (608) 262-2079

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