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Upcoming Events

 

Fri. Sept. 5

4:00 pm

547 Fraser

Susanne Bruckmuller

University of Koblentz-Landau


"Talking about 'them' and 'us': The subtle preproduction of privilege and stigma through language"

 

Thurs. Sept. 11

6:00 pm

Kansas Union Woodruff Auditorium

Ferne Forman Fisher Lecture Series

Eldar Shafir

Princeton University

"Scarcity: Why having too luttle means so much"

 

Friday Sept. 12

1:00 pm

Kansas Union Kansas Room

Ferne Forman Fisher Lecture Series

Eldar Shafir

Princeton University

"The psychology of scarcity and its consequences"

 

Tues. Oct. 7

4:00 pm

Kansas Union Malott Room

Fritz Heider Lecture

Alex Haslam

University of Queensland

"Rethinking Milgram: Not blind conformity but engaged followership"


Welcome to the Department of Psychology at the University of Kansas. Our mission is to further the understanding of human behavior, thinking, and emotion through teaching, research, and service. This mission includes the discovery and dissemination of laws and principles pertaining to both individual and group psychological functioning. Great effort is also expended in developing students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. We desire that these students be equipped with the knowledge and methods that will place them at the forefront of progress in the psychological disciplines as we enter the twenty-first century.

The Department has had a long and successful history with many psychologists contributing to its success since its beginnings in 1930.

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Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed for lunch daily from 12:00 - 12:30 pm
 


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