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Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Psychology majors investigate emotion, cognition, interpersonal relationships and a range of other phenomena that affect who we are and how we interact with the world.

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Faculty Highlights

  • Allison Featured in Boston Globe

    Dr. Scott Allison was featured in a Boston Globe article about Tom Brady and hero worship.

  • Jobe-Shields Research Featured

    Dr. Lisa Jobe-Shields' research on the effectiveness of the REAL program at the Richmond City Justice Center in reducing recidivism was featured on WRIC-8.

  • Knouse Article

    Dr. Laura Knouse, along with Milan Brooks, '18, and Jonathan Teller, '17, had their article Meta-Analysis of Cognitive Behavioral Treatments for Adult ADHD accepted in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.

  • Lambert Book

    Dr. Kelly Lambert recently published the book Biological Psychology.

  • Jobe-Shields Interview Dr. Lisa Jobe-Shields was interviewed by the Richmond Times-Dispatch about ways to cope with intense stress reactions.
  • Bukach Named Distinguished Educator

    Dr. Cindy Bukach was recognized with the Distinguished Educator Award at this year's Colloquy ceremony.

  • Bukach Grant

    Dr. Cindy Bukach is the lead investigator in a collaborative project recently funded by the National Science Foundation, “Preparing Undergraduates for Research in STEM-Related Fields Using Electrophysiology.”

  • Knouse in New York Times

    Psychology professor Laura Knouse's research, which looks at how the "testing effect" can help adults with ADHD learn, was featured in The New York Times.

  • New Heroism Science Resources

    Dr. Scott Allison is partnering with Australian colleague Olivia Efthimiou to launch a new website, blog, and journal on Heroism Science. 

  • Bukach Grant

    Dr. Cindy Bukach has been awarded the James S. McDonnell Foundation Scholar Award for Understanding Human Cognition. Her research explores how brain and behavior becomes specialized for categories such as faces, and how these skills transfer or change through experience or brain injury.

Psychology Feature Stories

Contact Us

Mailing address:
Department of Psychology
Richmond Hall
28 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond, Virginia 23173
Phone: (804) 289-8123
Fax: (804) 287-1905

Chair: Cindy Bukach

Administrative Coordinator: Karyn Kuhn