Welcome to Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology is part of the School of Mind, Brain, and Behavior (MBB), and is housed within the College of Science, in keeping with its strong research-oriented approach and scientifically-derived knowledge base. The Psychology Department offers an exciting array of courses and research experiences for both undergraduate and graduate students and also provides many opportunities for students to serve in the broader University and Tucson community

Graduate Reunion and Retirement Celebration for Dr. Alfred Kaszniak
  Graduate Reunion & Retirement Celebration for Dr. Alfred Kaszniak                   We’d like to invite you to join us in Tucson for a reunion of our graduate alumni. This will be a great opportunity to reunite with old friends, share some stories, and just have a good time.  Our celebration... read more
Annual Conference on Successful Aging (ACoSA) 2015
To Register, click here. Maintaining “balance” in our lives provides a way to enhance our overall quality of life as we age, while staying engaged in activities that can help to lower stress and prevent cognitive decline. This year’s... read more
FACULTY SEARCH FOR CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
The Department of Psychology at the University of Arizona is seeking to hire an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology.  For more information click here
Psychology Colloquium Series
2014-2015 Colloquium Series   Colloquium are held in the Psychology Building, Room 306 @ 4:00pm Cookies & soda will be available before the colloquium. If you are not already receiving email announcements, you may obtain them by sending a message from your email account to: ... read more

Department News

Congratulations to Ruth Robbins and her mom who, on October 10 will receive the “2014 UA Parents & Family Association Parent/Family of the Year Award” from the President.  The award is given to the parent/family of a current UA student to honor the support, guidance, encouragement, inspiration... read more
Congratulations to Stephen Cowen who, along with his colleague Michael Heien in Chemistry and Biochemistry, recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation to support a project entitled, “BRAIN EAGER:  Integrated Measurement of Dopamine Release and Large-Scale Ensemble Activity in... read more