The Department of Psychological Sciences at Rice University is a unique blend of basic and applied psychology. Our breadth of research interests creates a unique learning and research environment. The primary emphasis in the department is on research, in both the laboratory and applied settings.
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.
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A global cohort of experts in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, linguistics, education and disability studies packed into the Farnsworth Pavilion at the Ley Student Center for
When training employees to work abroad, organizations must prepare individuals for psychological and socio-cultural changes, which ultimately impact how well someone adapts to and is suc
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Male professors gave more than twice as many talks as female professors in departments at the countryâ€™s 50 most prestigious universities during the 2013-2014 academic year, according to
Eden King, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, has been elected president of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) for 2019.