We examine the behavior and mental processes of humans and animals, considering how they think, develop, and act, and how they might lead healthier lives. Our department encompasses biopsychology, neuroscience, animal behavior, cognitive psychology, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, experimental psychology, and social psychology.
The University of New England is now providing students with access to free feminine hygiene products on its campuses. Thanks to a partnership between university...
Thirty students from Biddeford High School, Kennebunk High School and Thornton Academy recently participated in the 2019 Southern Maine Brain Bee at the University of...
Michael Burman, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychology , is featured in the latest episode of the Dana Foundation’s “ Community Neuroscience ”...
Lecture Center for Global Humanities Lecture/Seminar Series
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey
Eva Rose Balog, Ph.D.