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The Psychology Newsletter for Spring 2014 (.PDF, 890 KB) covers recent achievements of our faculty and students, profiles some of our faculty and alumni (both graduate and undergraduate), and highlights our Honors stludents and awards winners from 2013-2014.

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Obesity is one of the biggest health problems facing this nation. Since taste is a major determinant of whether we eat something or not, the study of taste is crucial to understanding what people choose to eat and why. What Professor Patricia Di Lorenzo is learning from taste studies can lead to a change in people’s eating habits.
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Binghamton University Department of Psychology


Exploring the science of the mind

The Psychology Department's exceptional national reputation is the product of our commitment to academic excellence and pioneering research. Our smaller size allows individual attention to students; yet, we are consistently ranked among the top 75 psychology departments in the nation.

Our students receive intensive hands-on research experience, exposure to a broad network of collaborative projects with distinguished faculty, individualized training and comprehensive support.

Degrees offered

We offer the following degree options:

Careers in psychology

Our graduates are fully prepared to pursue advanced degrees in psychology or to enter the workforce. A bachelor's degree in psychology can lead to a variety of career choices, in such fields as:

Many psychology majors continue their education, seeking either a master's degree or a PhD. Some psychologists are primarily interested in research, while others focus on practice (applying their knowledge to treat others); some do both.

Subfields of psychology include:

Graduates holding advanced degrees in psychology can pursue careers in public mental health, academia, medical schools or teaching hospitals, or private practice.


Our faculty are nationally recognized, published experts, as well as dedicated teachers. Their cutting-edge research covers such areas as:

Their research results and scholarly articles are frequently published in respected, peer-reviewed publications such as Psychopharmacology Neuroscience, Developmental Psychobiology, Biochemistry and Behavior, Cognitive Therapy and Research, Linguistics Review, and Endocrinology, among others.

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Psychology department career library
Our career library has a selection of books to help guide you in choosing a career path that best suits you. You may read in the office or borrow books to make a photocopy of selected information.

Check out these books:

Academic Adviser
For information about careers, research, etc., you are encouraged to see the academic adviser and attend the Psi Chi Career Night held each fall.

Career Development Center
You can also search the Career Development Center for additional information.

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Last Updated: 6/27/14