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  1. Steven O. Roberts: Associate Professor of Psychology at Stanford University

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  2. 2014 Stanford Psychology Dept. Commencement Speech

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  3. History Of the Stanford Psychology Department(2/6)

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  4. Stanford Psychophysiology Laboratory

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  5. Lab Members

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  6. PhD Admission FAQ

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  1. PhD Admissions

    The PhD program in Psychology trains students for careers in research and teaching. In addition to a wide range of courses, the PhD program is characterized by close collaboration between students and their faculty advisors. General Information

  2. PhD Degree Requirements

    Students in our PhD program conduct in-depth research in at least one of five areas of study: Affective, Cognitive, Developmental, Neuroscience, or Social Psychology. All students are expected to spend at least half of their time engaged in research.

  3. PSYCH-PHD Program

    Psychology Psychology PHD - Doctor of Philosophy Overview Program Policies Learning Outcomes Program Overview There are no specific course requirements for admission to the doctoral program. Nevertheless, an applicant should have prior research experience and the equivalent of a bachelor's degree.

  4. Department of Psychology

    Stanford Undergraduate Psychology Association (SUPA) Advising Toggle Advising ... Forms and Resources; PhD Program Toggle PhD Program PhD Degree Requirements Toggle PhD Degree Requirements Course Requirements; Teaching Requirements; Program Requirements and Milestones ... 21st Century Psychology. Ground breaking theoretical research that ...

  5. Clinical Psychology Programs

    The Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford, accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), is a one year post-doctoral fellowship. We offer two programs: Clinical Psychology three subspecialty tracks are available including: General Adult Psychology (5 - 8 positions) Behavioral Sleep Medicine (2 - 4 positions)

  6. Graduate Admissions

    Welcome to Graduate Admissions Learn about university-wide admission requirements and processes for MA, MS, PhD, and other non-professional graduate programs. How to Apply Your Starting Point for Graduate Study at Stanford

  7. Developmental and Psychological Sciences (DAPS)

    The majority of our PhD graduates in the Developmental and Psychological Sciences area express an interest in pursuing a university career in teaching and research. Other graduates seek employment in educational research and policy settings at both public and private research organizations.

  8. Application Requirements for All Doctoral Programs (PhD)

    Application Requirements for All Doctoral Programs (PhD) All of our doctoral programs are designed to develop outstanding educational researchers who have a deep understanding of the scientific, practical and policy issues they study. All require full-time study, and we promise five years of full-time financial support for every student we admit.

  9. Organizational Behavior

    Organizational Behavior - PhD Field of Study | Stanford Graduate School of Business Fields of Study Organizational Behavior In the field of organizational behavior we research fundamental questions about the behavior of individuals, groups and organizations, from both psychological and sociological perspectives.

  10. Faculty

    [email protected]. Stanford Center for Precision Mental Health and Wellness (PMHW) | PanLab: Personalized and Translational Neuroscience Lab | Youtube channel Stanford Center for Precision Mental Health & Wellness | PMHW Chat with the Experts Podcast Series | Precision Psychiatry: Using Neuroscience Insights to Inform Personally Tailored….

  11. How to Apply

    Students from psychology backgrounds should be well versed in cognitive science, ... This year, the program will award up to 75 high-achieving students with full funding to pursue a graduate education at Stanford, including PhD's in Biosciences. To be considered, you must apply to Knight-Hennessy Scholars by September 12, 2018, and separately ...

  12. PSYCH-MA Program

    Only currently enrolled Stanford doctoral students (PhD, MD, or JD) are eligible to apply for the MA in Psychology. Free Form Requisites Completion of 45 units of graduate-level Psychology courses A maximum of 18 units may be from lab courses, independent study, outside units, and practica (e.g., 222, 258, 269, 281, 297, 282, 290)

  13. Doctoral Program

    Stanford's Ph.D. program is among the world's best. Our graduate students receive their training in a lively community of philosophers engaged in a wide range of philosophical projects. Our Ph.D. program trains students in traditional core areas of philosophy and provides them with opportunities to explore many subfields such as the philosophy ...

  14. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology

    For questions about the Child Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, please contact Maryam Mossadeghian at [email protected]. The fellowship is accredited by the APA Commission on Accreditation, 750 First St. NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, (202) 336-5979. Email: [email protected]

  15. Home

    The Stanford Neurosciences Interdepartmental Program (IDP) offers interdisciplinary training leading to a Ph.D. in Neuroscience. The primary goal of the program is to train students to become leaders in neuroscience research, education and outreach.

  16. Jason Yeatman

    Yeatman completed his PhD in Psychology at Stanford where he studied the neurobiology of literacy and developed new brain imaging methods for studying the relationship between brain plasticity and learning. After finishing his PhD, he took a faculty position at the University of Washington's Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences before ...

  17. Law and Psychology

    The maximum number of law school credits that may be counted toward the PhD in psychology is the greater of: (i) 36 quarter units; or (ii) the maximum number of units from courses outside the department that PhD candidates in psychology are permitted to count toward the PhD under general psychology department guidelines or in the case of a parti...

  18. Exploring the Psychology Programs at Stanford

    Stanford offers a variety of psychology programs to suit the needs and interests of prospective students. At the undergraduate level, students can major or minor in psychology, with options to specialize in areas such as cognitive science, neuroscience, and social psychology. At the graduate level, students can pursue a PhD in psychology, with ...

  19. Undergraduate Program

    The Department of Psychology undergraduate program offers excellent training in how to understand human behavior using scientifically rigorous methods. A judicious selection of Psychology courses can provide an excellent background for those of you planning careers in Business, Education, Law, Medicine, and Social work as well as Psychology.

  20. About Us

    Duncan Martin Dickson, PhD (he/him, they/them) Dr. Duncan Dickson was a child psychology postdoctoral fellow in the Stanford Eating Disorders Program. He completed his PhD in school psychology at the University of Texas at Austin and his predoctoral internship in pediatric health psychology at Children's Hospital Colorado.

  21. Media Psychology

    The Media psychology pathway gives you novel ways to study the relationships among digital media, psychology, and behavior. Pathway designations don't appear on your transcript, but they do offer ways to organize your electives and requirements. Selected COMM Courses. 124 Lies, Trust, and Tech 135W Deliberative Democracy and its Critics

  22. What Can AI Offer Teachers?

    What do teachers want from AI? How can AI make the lives of students and teachers better? What new tools actually work? AI scholars, educators, school administrators, and startup founders grappled with these questions at the second AI+Education Summit, hosted by Stanford HAI and the Stanford Accelerator for Learning on Feb. 1. The event highlighted the latest advances in AI technologies for ...

  23. Can the Remote-Work Era Fix How Scientists Study Kids?

    The Stanford psychologist Anne Fernald, for example, traveled in an RV to a low-income community in Northern California in order to collect data on how children learn language. But this took time ...

  24. Sasaki Headed to The Farm

    STANFORD, Calif. - Rintaro Sasaki, the top-ranked high school baseball player in Japan, has signed a National Letter of Intent with Stanford and will join the Cardinal program for the 2025 season. The power-hitting first baseman is set to graduate from Hanamaki-Higashi High School this March and will enroll at Stanford for the spring quarter in April.

  25. Taylor Swift: why academics are studying the pop star

    Associate Professor Luke Russell, lecturer in ethics and critical thinking in the Discipline of Philosophy, said the singer-songwriter has a strong view on forgiveness, a subject he has recently published a book on, Real Forgiveness. "I'm a philosopher who writes on the topic of forgiveness," he said. "Taylor Swift holds an interesting and contentious view about forgiveness, a view that ...