Psychological Sciences goes beyond disciplinary boundaries and represents the scientific study of the mind and behavior from multiple levels of analysis. It is among the most popular majors at Rice. Psychological Sciences majors often go on to graduate schools, medical schools, and law schools.
Our Psychological Sciences graduate program is designed for students wishing to pursue the Ph.D. degree and continue on to university-level teaching and research.
The School of Social Sciences at Rice University is dedicated to challenging old assumptions, finding answers to tough questions and generating solutions that make lives better.
Rice University researchers have won a federal grant to validate and improve VotingWorks' open-source vote-by-mail technology in time for November's election.
The history professor — and Rice alum — is among the 10 best teachers in Texas.
Celebrating successes, admitting mistakes and encouraging honest communication among employees are some of the steps health care leaders should take to improve teamwork during the COVID-
The Rice University COVID-19 Research Fund Oversight and Review Committee funds nine more faculty teams working to mitigate the effects of the new coronavirus.
New technologies to support senior living will be developed with funding from three new grants, two of which have been awarded to teams featuring Rice University researchers.
Eden King, an associate professor of psychological sciences at Rice, is a winner of this year’s Scholarly Achievement Award from the Human Resources Division of...
Rice’s Undergraduate Research Symposium (RURS) is the big yearly event for students across disciplines to showcase their research projects and receive recognition for their work....
The university celebrates one of its largest-ever cohorts of Fulbright Scholars this year.
Rice's COVID-19 Research Fund Oversight and Review Committee announced it will fund six additional projects by faculty working to mitigate the effects of the new coronavirus.
As some states reopen for business amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a Rice University psychologist and his colleagues have developed a chart of evidence-based tips on how to properly social d