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About Psychology programs
Building 51, Room 3404Phone: (904) 620-2807 Web Address: http://www.unf.edu/coas/psychology/
Dr. Lori Lange, Associate
Professor & Chair
Psychology is the scientific study of human and animal
behavior. The Department of Psychology teaches the history, methods, and
philosophies of approaches to our field.
The Department provides the highest quality academic
experience at the graduate and undergraduate levels. We teach the skills and
knowledge our students need for personal and professional advancement.
As active scientists and professionals, we perform research
that advances our field and we engage in activities that serve our profession.
As committed educators, we collaborate with students on research projects and
Psychology majors graduate with either a Bachelor of Arts
or a Bachelor of Science. For admission to the degree program, students must
earn at least a C in introductory psychology, in elementary statistics, and in
general biology. Psychology majors must earn at least a C in courses applied to
Psychology minors complete 18 credit hours in psychology.
No more than 50% of courses required for the minor may be transferred from
another institution. A grade of at least C is required for all minor courses,
Outstanding undergraduate psychology majors can graduate
with the designation "Honors in Psychology." To do this, they apply
for admission to the Psychology Honors Program. Candidates should apply at
least three semesters prior to graduation.
Admission to the program requires:
A Department of Psychology faculty member to supervise
the Honors Project.
Successful completion of the program also requires:
As they plan for the "Honors in Psychology"
designation, students should consult the Coordinator of Undergraduate Research in the
Honors Program as soon as possible.
Involvement in research is an important part of the
psychology major experience at UNF. Students can become involved in our
research in two ways:
Learn more about becoming a participant and about our
faculty’s research teams by contacting the Department of Psychology.
The Master of Arts in General Psychology is offered as
the only graduate degree.
Lori J. Lange, Associate Professor
Sarah Ainsworth, Assistant Professor
Tracy P. Alloway, Assistant Professor
Paul Argott, Instructor
Elizabeth Brown, Assistant Professor
Lynne Carroll, Professor
Brian J. Fisak, Associate Professor
Paul Fuglestad, Assistant Professor
Christoph D. Guess, Professor
Katherine Hooper, Instructor
Iver H. Iversen, Professor
Juliana Leding, Associate Professor
Christopher T. Leone, Professor
Sarah Ainsworth MacPherson, Assistant Professor
Angela Mann, Assistant Professor
Rebecca A. Marcon, Professor
Jody S. Nicholson, Assistant Professor
Susan M. Perez, Associate Professor
Curtis Phills, Assistant Professor
Michael Toglia, Professor
Heather B. Truelove, Assistant Professor
Dong-Yuan Wang, Associate Professor
Jennifer Wolff, Assistant Professor
Gabriel J. Ybarra, Associate Professor
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