Every semester, we organize a cross-cutting panel as a part of PSY201 Mind and Behavior where students can see Psychology faculty members discussing their research interests and methods. The goal of the cross-cutting panel is to give students the opportunity to see that different fields in psychology share a common goal of understanding human behavior. Students can see the similarity and differences between a variety of approaches, research questions, and learn about the diverse practical applications of psychological theory.
You are welcome to attend this event if you are not a psychology student! It’s an open event for those who are interested in psychology and curious to see Psychology faculty members, learn about their research, and ask questions. The Spring 2020 cognitive psychology cross-cutting panel will be held on March 4, Wednesday 14:40 - 15:30 at FASS G062.