Psychology & NeuroscienceP&N grants about a dozen doctoral degrees each year, placing its students on the faculty at some of the finest institutions in the country, in clinical practice, business and industry. Five areas take responsibility for a subset of our graduate training: Clinical, Cognitive & Cognitive Neuroscience, Developmental, Social, and Systems & Integrative Neurosciences.
Application deadlines (postmark or online time-stamp date):
- Clinical Psychology - Dec 1, 2014
- Other areas of graduate study - Dec 8, 2014
Graduate training in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke provides students with exceptional opportunities to examine mind, brain, and behavior at different levels of analysis (e.g., neural, molecular, individual, and social) using a variety of techniques (e.g., brain imaging, animal models, computational models, experimental research with humans, surveys, and field studies). Working together with faculty members in a variety of related programs, we apply our knowledge and state of the art techniques to answer questions that are central to an understanding of mind, brain, and behavior.
Learn more about research and training opportunities for graduate students in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke by following the links to the left or by reading descriptions of research interests by individual faculty members in the People section of this site.