Students explore why humans make decisions, how they make social judgments, and how their decisions affect their health. They ask what interventions might help people make better decisions or result in better outcomes.
Understand reciprocal relationships between psychology and physical health.
See how judgments are formed and how they translate into choices and actions.
Probe the psychosocial problems of individuals and groups, families and organizations.
Scientist-practitioners, with intensive training in clinical skills and research.
Scientific investigation, with scholarly work as well as basic and applied research in these processes.
18 undergraduate advising tracks, from business to sports to pre-physical therapy.