What to Expect
In five years, you can complete your PhD from the #1 university in Ohio (U.S. News & World Report). You’ll choose from one of three tracks—developmental psychology, cognitive psychology or affective neuroscience—and you'll conduct research alongside a faculty mentor of your choice. You’re encouraged to contact at least one relevant faculty member in advance about whether they are recruiting students in the current year (and whether they believe your research interest aligns with theirs).
Among our core faculty, you'll find experts who research topics such as the interaction between emotional and cognitive processing, human learning and memory, cognitive development in children, ability and performance variance, and much more.
If you need additional financial support, funding is also available through the department.