Bard Psychology Program faculty and students seek to answer questions about the workings of the brain; the interactions of brain, mind, and behavior; the person in social context; the development of the person throughout childhood and adulthood; the nature of thinking and language; and the problems and pathologies that people develop, along with methods of treating them.
The Psychology Program offers all students the opportunity to learn how the unique perspectives and empirical methods of psychology can illuminate human thought, emotions, and behavior. The language and analytical approaches of psychology have become a common basis for many professional endeavors, making students who concentrate in psychology well-equipped for graduate study in this field, as well as in a variety of related career pursuits.
PSY 141: Intro to Psychological Science........ Taught by Thomas Hutcheon
PSY 204: Research Methods........ Taught by Sarah Dunphy-Lelii
PSY 221: Developmental Psychology........ Taught by Sarah Dunphy-Lelii
PSY 230: Cognitive Psychology........ Taught by Justin Hulbert
PSY 231: Neuroscience........ Taught by Justin Hulbert
PSY 244: Psychology of Emotion........ Taught by Amy Winecoff
PSY 251: Studies in Obedience: The Man and the Experiment that Shocked The World........ Taught by Stuart Levine
PSY 352: Race and the Law: A Psychological Perspective......... Taught by Kristin Lane
PSY 354: Causes and Consequences of Eating Disorders........ Taught by Amy Winecoff
Abnormal Psychology: Advanced Methodology........ Taught by Amy Winecoff
Cognitive Psychology: Advanced Methodology........ Taught by Thomas Hutcheon
Social Psychology: Advanced Methodology........ Taught by Kristin Lane