Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University
Undergraduate

Undergraduate Program

Students who study psychology at Ohio State take courses in the brain and behavior, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology and social psychology. Psychology students have access to faculty who are prominent researchers and have opportunities to work alongside them in research labs, studying topics such as emotion regulation, childhood mood disorders, stress and health in pregnancy, language perception, psychopharmacology, attitude formation and the biology of human social interactions.Psychology Spring

 

 

 

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Upcoming Events

The Psychology Department has Concluded its Programing for Spring. Good Luck with Finals and Have a Great Summer!

 

 

 

Highlights

Psych 2220 Learning Lab: Finals Hours

Are you ready for your Data Analysis final exam? The Psych 2220 Learning Lab will be open next week so you can do practice problems and study for your exam. The Peer Experts will be on hand to answer your questions and help clarify concepts for you. The Learning Lab (LZ 15) will be open Monday, April 25 10a-4p, and Tuesday-Friday 12-4p. No appointment necessary – walk-ins welcome!

 

Scholarship Winners in Psychology

Nikki Poster

Pictured Left: Conference Presentation Award winner, Nikki Puccetti, displaying her poster at the Cognitive Aging Conference in Atlanta

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the following psychology department scholarship award winners:

Sara Bechtel

Ashley Brancamp

Abbey Chappell

Olivia Fitzpatrick

Emily Markham

Further congratulations to these psychology majors, who were awarded the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship:

Courtney Caldwell

Kathleen Florentine

Mary Imre

Amber Schreck

Thomas Sodeman

Lastly, check out the psychology majors who received awards at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum in March. Psychology majors placed in both the Psychology and SBS divisions.

Have you read our Spring Newsletter? Find out what's going on in Psychology!