Clinical Psychology Research Intensives
Faculty and students in the Clinical Psychology program engage in basic and applied studies of psychopathology, development, emotion, cognition, psychotherapy, neuropsychology, and family systems. The Clinical Psychology program uses a clinical science model of training. Thus, graduate students in this program are prepared for careers in clinical research. There are many opportunities for undergraduate and high school students to engage in research and training in this rigorous clinical program. The Research Intensive for high school students will help participants learn about and prepare for careers as clinical psychology scientists. Currently, research opportunities are in a lab focus on neuropsychology, aging, emotion, cognition, learning disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.