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The Psychology Newsletter for Spring 2013 (.PDF, 690 KB) covers updates for the Science IV and V Buildings, profiles some of our faculty and alumni (both Graduate & Undergraduate), and highlights our Honors students and awards winners from 2012.


Cognitive Psychology Admission Information 

If you are interested in the Cognitive Psychology graduate program, you should submit the form below, which communicates your interest to the department. To formally apply to a graduate program at Binghamton University, you must complete an application by December 31. Please follow the directions on how to apply described on the Graduate School website. For a complete description of the program requirements and course listings, go to the University Bulletin.

Admission to the graduate program is selective, which allows faculty to devote a great deal of individual attention to each of our students. Admission is based on:

Other important factors include research interests, prior research experience and career plans.

Admissions decisions are also based on the fit between the research interests of a particular faculty member and those of the applicant. Preference is given to students with a clear research interest that matches that of a faculty member in the area. However, students are permitted to change laboratories should their research interests change, and collaboration across labs within the department and with labs in other departments is both permitted and encouraged.

Graduate Study Interest Form: Cognitive Psychology Program




Your email address will be kept private, but is needed for confirmation.



Institutional Information

Tell us, in a short paragraph, why you are interested in pursuing advanced study in the Cognitive Psychology program. It would be helpful to know if there are particular faculty with whom you are interested in working.

Click the SUBMIT button to send this information to the area coordinator.

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Last Updated: 11/19/13