Studying psychology, you learn how to read texts closely, design and conduct laboratory research and use related technology, and analyze and interpret statistics. In courses you investigate the natural science and principles of behavior and learn how to ethically apply them to alleviate suffering. You can also participate in the Journal Club, independent study, and internships. Majors can go on to graduate studies or careers in teaching, scientific research, clinical work, medicine, law, and more.

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Prof. David Lopatto selected for his leadership in assessing benefits of undergraduate research experiences.

Grinnellians joined more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at 2015 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.