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.
Join Stanford Psychology graduate students, research assistants, postdocs, and faculty for Paths to PhD: a FREE one-day information session and workshop for those considering applying to psychology research positions and PhD programs. Paths to PhD is an annual event that typically takes place all day on a Saturday in October or November.
In light of the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, Stanford reaffirms its commitment to perform individualized, holistic review of each applicant to its graduate and professional programs. We recognize that students may have faced significant challenges during the period of disruption caused by the pandemic, and we will take such individual circumstances into account during.Doctoral Students — Media Psychology Jump to: All Journalism,. She is a Stanford Graduate Fellow.. Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305-2050. Are you interested in our graduate programs or the Communication major? Our Student Services Manager can help.PhD students must complete five quarters of teaching assistantships, working as a teaching assistant (TA) under the supervision of a faculty member. Students are required to attend a TA training workshop in their second year. In addition, students are encouraged to take advantage of department and university teacher training programs.
The Department of Psychology at Stanford University is devoted to training scientists who will work to advance theory and to create knowledge that helps us address real-world problems. Accomplishing this mission requires a broad range of perspectives and backgrounds. Diversity enriches both our department and the science of psychology.
The goal of the GSE PhD program is to prepare the next generation of leading education researchers. The cornerstone of the doctoral experience at the Stanford Graduate School of Education is the research apprenticeship that all students undertake, typically under the guidance of their academic advisor but often with other Stanford faculty as well.
A distinguishing feature of Stanford’s PhD Program in organizational behavior is the broad interdisciplinary training it provides. Our students benefit from their interactions with scholars from many disciplines within the Graduate School of Business, as well as from Stanford University’s long-standing strength in the study of psychology, organizations, and economic sociology.
Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University and the Children's Health Council Consortium internship program in Child Psychology is open to advanced level predoctoral students enrolled in APA accredited doctoral programs in clinical or counseling psychology.
The mission of the undergraduate program in Psychology is to introduce students to the theories and empirical studies of human behavior. This includes the study of aging, achievement, child development, cognitive processes, conflict, culture, decision making, emotion, group behavior, health, identity, infancy, language, learning and memory, morality, motivation, personality, psychopathology.
The Doctoral Psychology Internship Program is a one-year, American Psychological Association (APA)-accredited program with a training focus on clinical child and pediatric psychology. The PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium is an American Psychological Association (APA)-Accredited, full-time, five-year.
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. Our doctoral programs are small, typically ranging from about 25 to 35 new students a.
The Behavioral Lab is an interdisciplinary social research laboratory open to all Stanford GSB faculty and PhD students. The lab's research primarily spans the fields of organizational behavior and behavioral marketing, and covers a rich and diverse array of topics, including attitudes and preferences, consumer decision-making, group dynamics, leadership, morality, power, and prosocial behavior.
As a doctoral candidate in Performance Studies at Stanford University, her research intersects: race, immigration, national identity, and post-colonialism through performance. Specifically, her current work engages French and Francophone African dance as a tool for investigating immigrant social and affective infrastructure, cultural memory, and movement practice.
The Stanford Memory Lab admits graduate students primarily through the Psychology PhD Program and the Neurosciences PhD Program (follow links for more details about the programs and how to apply). We are committed to training students in memory and cognitive control theory, along with behavioral, imaging, electrophysiological, and computational methods.
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