The Department of Psychology offers the Ph.D. in two areas of biological psychology: Animal behavior and behavioral neuroscience. Any particular interests of students in this area can be accommodated. In addition, the low student to faculty ratio means that graduate students in this program can expect to work very closely with faculty on research projects. The Biopsychology program welcomes qualified graduate students who are "self-starters" and enjoy collaborative research.
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