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    As scientists, experimental psychologists conduct research to help understand why people think, feel, and behave the way they do. As clinicians, counsellors, or other practitioners, psychologists apply scientific understanding toward helping individuals, institutions, and society deal with issues relating to human behaviour and happiness.

  • Undergraduate Studies

    Undergraduate Studies

    Our Department focuses on teaching, involving students in interdisciplinary research and the training of the next generation of behavioural and psychological scientists.

  • Graduate Studies

    Graduate Studies

    Our graduate program introduces students to the current issues and questions in the field of experimental psychology. We work with both the theory behind and the research approaches used to study these problems.

  • Research Highlights

    Research Highlights

    Our researchers work in fields ranging from animal behaviour to neuroscience to evolution and social behaviour…

  • Independent Study/Thesis Supervision

    Independent Study/Thesis Supervision

    Find out more about supervisors and our courses, which are designed to give you hands-on experience.

  • Field Work

    Field Work

    Our research doesn’t just happen in the lab. We study in animal behaviour in the field too.

Welcome

Welcome

Our Department places an emphasis on teaching and learning, and interdisciplinary and hands-on research to train the next generation of brain scientists.

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Explore our diverse programs and find the best path and tips for entry from either high school or Level I.

Research Areas

Research Areas

We explore the ways in which everything from neurons to individuals and societies develop, respond, learn and evolve

Graduate Handbook

Graduate Handbook

Our PNB Graduate Handbook is a wiki of important information for current and future graduate students, maintained by a group of our graduate students.

Latest News

McMaster Conference on Education and Cognition

Wednesday, 18 May 2022

When: July 14 and 15Delivery: Online and In-PersonCognitive scientists have been systemically studying processes such as attention, memory and learning for more than 150 years. This rich... Read more

McMaster Women in Tech: Hanna Haponenko

Tuesday, 9 February 2021

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Upcoming Events

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2022 CIHR Canadian National Brain Bee
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