Clinic

The Psychological Services and Training Center (The Clinic)

The clinic provides psychotherapy and psychological assessment to residents of the Seattle metropolitan area, including University of Washington students and their families. The LEARN Clinic is a small specialty clinic, operating through the Clinic, that... More

New Department of Psychology Grants

New Research Grants

Jessica Sommerville, Lee Osterhout, and Kristina Olson were recently awarded new research grants. Learn more about their grants Here

Allen Edwards

2013 Allen L. Edwards Psychology Lectures

Watch online now! The eighth annual Allen L. Edwards Psychology Lecture Series. This popular series brings notable psychologists to the University of Washington to co-present with faculty from the UW Department of Psychology.

Certificate Program in Early Childhood Leadership

Certificate Program in Early Childhood Leadership

The Psychology Department has launched its first professional certificate program! The program leads to a certificate in Early Childhood Leadership and it is now open for registration. Classes start January, 2014, and last for six months. More

Hands on Drum

Diversity Science

Am I different? Are we different? Are they different? Different from whom? What´s we, and what´s they? The goal of diversity science is to understand how people think about and answer these questions, and their emotional and behavioral consequences. More

Center for Child and Family Well-Being

Center for Child and Family Well-Being

The center is dedicated to understanding children´s development and well-being from a Bioecological perspective that takes a holistic or "whole child" approach. More

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Summer 2014 Newsletter

The 2013-2014 year has come to a close. Find out what we accomplished in our Summer 2014 newsletter! More...

New faculty in the department

New Psychology Department Faculty 2013

From left to right: Jonathan Kanter, Kate McLaughlin, and Kristina Olson

Center for Child and Family Well-Being

Autism Theory and Practice Certificate

The Certificate in Autism Theory & Practice provides an understanding of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) at both the scientific and practical levels by linking cutting edge scientific findings to best practices in treatment and education. Apply Now!

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Neuroscience Interests in UW Psychology

Modern psychology is increasingly becoming a biological science. One of the defining features of UW Psychology is that we have faculty in every area of our department who are interested in the biological substrate of behavior. UW Psychology serves as the bridge that links the biological - and... More

  • Psychological Services and Training Center
  • New Grants
  • Edwards Lectures 2013
  • Certificate in Early Childhood Leadership
  • Hands on Drum
  • Center for Child and Family Well-Being
  • Summer Newsletter
  • New Faculty teaser image
  • Autism Theory and Practice
  • Neuroscience Interests at UW Psychology