About the Department
The Department of Psychology at Northwestern University was founded in 1909. Our department is a group of eminent faculty - scholars and teachers - who make major contributions to the field by helping to shape the base of knowledge, academic literature, and training of both undergraduate and graduate students of psychology.
Our department consists of five areas that span the major foci of contemporary psychological inquiry: Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Brain, Behavior and Cognition, Personality and Health, and Social Psychology.
Students can explore psychology through our courses and one of our programs:
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