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The psychology faculty prides itself on the individual attention its students receive both in and outside the classroom.
All of the department's full-time faculty members are actively involved in research. They welcome student participation in their projects and also supervise student research projects.
R. Scott Smith, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Office: 194 Gordon Hall
R. Scott Smith's research interests are focused on the social ecology and psychology of cultural adaptation, particularly the adaptation of host communities to the presence of immigrants and vice versa. The refugee resettlement process in Utica, NY and the evolution of identity on the Caribbean island of Martinique are two settings in which he has investigated these processes. Dr. Smith also studies community building and prejudice reduction.
UC's psychology department offers excellent facilities for research and discovery.
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- Abe Judson Memorial Psychology Center - features statistical and stiumuli software on all computers
- Animal Behavior Laboratories - located in Gordon Science Center, for research on behavior and visual perception
- Child Development Laboratory - with one-way mirrored observation room
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"The psychology program at UC offered me a chance to challenge my abilities and develop and fine-tune the skills that I have transferred to my current occupation." "The psychology program at UC offered me a chance to challenge my abilities and develop and fine-tune the skills that I have transferred to my current occupation."
William Mullen '91