In addition to our 6 areas of specialization, we have overlapping research interests that bridge traditional areas of psychology. These research themes include:
The Psychology faculty is engaged in innovative research programs in diverse areas of specialization. Recognized both nationally and internationally, faculty members have received numerous awards for research and teaching. Collectively, the faculty hold several million dollars in research grants from the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Mental Health, as well as other federal and/or state agencies.
The Department enrolls approximately 100 graduate students and offers numerous opportunities for student collaboration with faculty. The student-faculty ratio is roughly 3:1, which allows individualized attention to develop research and/or professional skills.
Texas A&M Psychology Department was ranked 22nd for publications between 1986 and 2008 in 13 American Psychological Association journals.
The Clinical Psychology Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association