Department of Psychology
Undergraduate to Present Research in Nashville
Raven Davis, an honors psychology major, was one of seven UofM students selected to present her work as part of the "Posters at the Capitol" event March 1.
Raven's research is titled "The Effects of Diet and Exercise on Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor and Activity-Regulated Cytoskeletal Protein in Rats Following a Working Memory Task." For more information go to our website.
Dr. Helen Sable is Raven's mentor.
Thinking about attending graduate school?
We offer three doctoral programs: Clinical, Experimental and School Psychology and two master’s degree programs: Master’s in General Psychology (MSGP) and a Master of Arts/Educational Specialist in School Psychology. More information
About the Department
The University of Memphis Psychology Department consists of approximately 30 full-time faculty members, 20 adjunct faculty (psychologists in the community who teach and/or supervise our students), 5 postdoctoral fellows, 90 doctoral students, 58 masters students, and over 700 undergraduate majors and minors.
The department is also the home of the Center for Applied Psychological Research, one of the most successful of the centers created under the State of Tennessee's Centers of Excellence program.