University of Dubuque Psychology

The psychology major at the University of Dubuque is designed to help you understand how psychologists ask and answer questions, as well as giving you a broad background in psychological theory and findings. Understanding where these questions come from and how they are answered means understanding that psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. The scientific method determines the questions psychologists ask, how they collect information, and how they analyze the information they have collected. Psychology as a discipline emphasizes critical thinking, and the psychology major at the University of Dubuque will help you think critically about scientific theory and evidence.
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 Amy Baus's Research
Amy Baus's Research
Assistant Professor of Psychology; Director of Vocation, Civic Engagement, and Life Services
 Henry Grubb's Research
Henry Grubb's Research
Professor of Psychology
 Mark Stevens's Research
Mark Stevens's Research
Psychology Department Head; Professor of Psychology
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A collection of citations from adjunct faculty, staff, and those no longer working with the University of Dubuque