Developmental Psychology

Faculty members in the Developmental Psychology area study typical and atypical development in human infancy and childhood.

The major aim of graduate training is to develop a strong theoretical and methodological foundation in developmental psychology. Graduate students receive comprehensive training on cognitive and socio-emotional development within multiple contexts (family, school, cultural, and social). Students will be exposed to a variety of behavioral, neural, and statistical techniques employed in the study of development. Students graduating from this program have obtained positions in universities, colleges, industry, and government.


Information regarding applying and the online application system may be found here.

Please contact Meagan Coomes with questions regarding graduate program applications., (859) 257-9640


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