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Professor and alumna Loretta Brady is a clinical psychologist who teaches organizational, cross cultural, and experimental psychologyLoretta Brady '99: Clinical Psychologist. Professor. Anselmian.
Marianna Eddy '01Students who major in psychology are given preparation for graduate study, for counseling, teaching and more.
Prof. Joseph Troisi works with a student in his labStudents have numerous opportunities for hands on research in the department's laboratories.

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Psychology Department

The Psychology major is designed for students to study the science of human and animal behavior. Departmental courses provide the student with the opportunity to gain a general understanding in three different areas:

  • Brain and Behavior
  • Development and Potential
  • Society and Relationships

Courses include hands-on laboratory and field work experiences for students to gain competency and skills within the field of Psychology.

Courses within the department are designed to prepare students for graduate studies in a variety of fields ranging from legal, medical, research or business as well as equip them with marketable skills for a complex, dynamic global workforce.

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Twenty Senior Leaders Recognized at Meelia Center Banquet

Twenty Senior Leaders Recognized at Meelia Center Banquet

Twenty Senior Leaders Recognized at Meelia Center Banquet

Community partners, friends and families joined the senior student-leaders and their fellow underclassmen who manage the 50-plus agencies and 400 Saint Anselm College students that volunteer through the Meelia Center for Community Engagement....Read More

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Debate Team Wraps Up Successful Season

Debate Team Wraps Up Successful Season

Debate Team Wraps Up Successful Season

The Saint Anselm College Debate Team wrapped up their season this month at the National Forensic AssociationChampionship Tournament at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, enjoying great success as they expanded their membership and entered into new areas of competition....Read More

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SOAR Program Showcases Student Art and Research

SOAR Program Showcases Student Art and Research

SOAR Program Showcases Student Art and Research

Throughout the month of April, Saint Anselm College celebrates the outstanding research and artwork of over 100 students from all majors during the annual Showcasing Our Art and Research (S.O.A.R) Program....Read More

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Psychology Department Hosts Lecture on Youth Mental Health

Psychology Department Hosts Lecture on Youth Mental Health

Psychology Department Hosts Lecture on Youth Mental Health

On Tuesday, April 4, the Psychology Department will host the fourth annual Hechtl/Lasky Psychology Lecture series in the Dana Center for the Humanities. This year’s event will focus on the importance of attending to mental health in youth....Read More

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American Election Symposium Explores Voter and Candidate Behavior

American Election Symposium Explores Voter and Candidate Behavior

American Election Symposium Explores Voter and Candidate Behavior

The social and psychological dynamics of the 2016 United States Presidential election were dissected by professors of politics, psychology and sociology in a recent conference at Saint Anselm College....Read More

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Contact Information

Elizabeth Ossoff, Ph.D., Chair
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive #1608
Manchester, NH 03102
(603) 641-7133
psychology@anselm.edu

Alumni Profiles

Marianna Eddy

Marianna Eddy, class of 2001

Marianna's attraction to neuroscience began when she was an Undergraduate Research Scholar at Saint Anselm. She went on to earn her Ph.D. in experimental psychology at Tufts University and did postdoctoral work at MIT. There, she focused on reading development and dyslexia in children.  Read more »

Read this, and other psychology department alumni stories on our spotlight on alumni page.

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