Psychological and Brain Sciences professor Janette Herbers, PhD, does research in her lab.

The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences is home to undergraduate and graduate programs and world-class research in the family of sciences concerned with behavior, thought and experience.

At the core of our programs and activities is a scientific approach to understanding human nature and human experience. Our community of students, scholars and researchers includes Psychology majors (either a BA or BS track), majors in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience, graduate students in our research-focused MS program, graduate students in our Human Resources Development program, approximately twenty full-time faculty members, and additional faculty expertise in a wide range of psychological science and practice. We work together in the classroom and on our research projects at the forefront of Psychology and Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience..

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Villanova, PA 19085

Chair: Michael Brown, PhD
Staff: Eileen O'DonnellLouise Carbone