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Diversity Courses, Teaching and Research

Diversity Courses in the Psychology Department

PSY 1010 General Psychology (undergraduate)

PSY 2410 Child and Adolescent Psychology (undergraduate)

PSY 2420 Educational Psychology (undergraduate)

PSY 2510: Social Psychology (undergraduate)

PSY2710 Psychopathology (undergraduate)

PSY 3120 Tests and Measurements (undergraduate)

PSY3250 Psychology of Health and Illness (undergraduate)

PSY 3420: Psychology of Adulthood and Aging (undergraduate)

PSY 3430: Psychological Disorders of Childhood (undergraduate)

PSY 3440: Psychology of Gender (undergraduate)

PSY 3520: Social Psychology of Justice (undergraduate)

PSY 3530: Psychology of Religion (undergraduate)

PSY 4720: Human Stress (undergraduate)

PSY 6760 Diversity Issues in Research and Clinical Practice (graduate, clinical students)

PSY 8905: Social Psychology of Religion (graduate)

Broad Academic Resources

American Psychological Association guidelines for inclusive language

Resources for Teaching

Creating an Inclusive Syllabus

Supporting Your Students

Resources at Ohio University


Accessing research mentorship on topics you are not familiar with:

  • The Clinical Science Knowledge Exchange (CSKE) is a service provided by the Coalition for the Advancement and Application of Psychological Science (CAAPS) to match individuals in need of expert advice about a topic in the realm of the conduct or application (i.e., research or practice) of clinical science with experts who can provide it.

Underrepresented populations in research (NIH): “NIH encourages institutions to diversify their student and faculty populations to enhance the participation of individuals from groups identified as underrepresented in the biomedical, clinical, behavioral, and social sciences...” See more information on the NIH statement and what populations are underrepresented in research

Diversity-specific research funding and stipends: