• A message from the Climate & Equity Committee

    Standing Together

    A message from the Climate & Equity Committee

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  • Check out our 2020 Online Graduation Yearbook

    Congratulations Grads!

    Check out our 2020 Online Graduation Yearbook

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  • Life…Theories…Results

  • All summer courses will now be taught via Zoom. Visit the academic guide for our course offerings.

    Psychology Summer 2020

    All summer courses will now be taught via Zoom. Visit the academic guide for our course offerings.

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  • Promoting healthy minds

For members of our campus community (students, staff, faculty) the Psychology Clinic is offering a virtual Wellness Class. Our Wellness Class will meet remotely for 3 hourly sessions, focusing on practical coping skills as we navigate and adjust to the COVID-19 crisis. If you are a member of our campus community and are interested, please sign up by calling 510-642-4459.

Department Highlights

Celebrating 150 years of Women in Psychology at Berkeley - Part II: Our Female Ph.D. Graduates

Throughout 2020, the Psychology Department is joining the campus in celebrating 150 Years of Women at Berkeley. October 3, 2020 marks the 150th anniversary of the UC Regents’ unanimous approval in 1870 of a resolution by Regent Samuel F. Butterworth: “That young ladies be admitted into the University on equal terms in all respects with young men.” The first women were admitted as students to the university in 1872, four years after its opening in 1868.

Stephen Glickman, father of world’s only captive hyena colony, dies at 87

Stephen Glickman, a pioneer in behavioral endocrinology and founder of the world’s first colony of captive spotted hyenas — he raised generations of them in a UC Berkeley research facility — died at his...

Interview with Alumni Dr. Mark Gall ‘68 and Dr. Joyce Gall ‘70

Interviewed by: Hagit Caspi, Communication Specialist, College of Letters and Science

Congratulations to Joseph Campos for receiving the 2020 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award from the International Congress of Infant Studies

Joseph J. Campos, historically has been an early, and consistently creative contributor to the experimental study of the human infant. Conceptually, his major contributions have centered...

Graduate Student Highlights

Scientists at UC Berkeley and Western University in Canada have used brain imaging to map the cerebellum, a formerly underappreciated neural region that contains the vast majority of the brain’s...

Jonathan Reeves is a PhD candidate in the Clinical Science program at the University of California, Berkeley. His research aims to better understand, predict, and treat self-harm, suicide, and the...

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Alumni Stories

David continues to maintain his private practice as a psychotherapist in Boston's Back Bay and Financial Districts. He continues to treat individuals, couple's and families from an eclectic base,...

Graduated in 1967 and began teaching in Oakland.  It didn't take long to think "someone ought to be able to run schools better than this"!   So I went back to school in school administration and...

Alan Schwartz (PhD 1997) was named Editor-in-Chief of Medical Decision Making, the journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making, in January 2013. Alan continues to pursue his research and...


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