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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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Fall 2015 Dean's List

Fall 2015 Dean's List

Fall 2015 Dean's List

Saint Anselm College is pleased to announce that 838 students were named to the Dean's List for the fall semester of the 2015-2016 academic year. These students earned a grade point average of at least 3.0 for four courses of study....Read More

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Women and Prison Course Gives Students New Perspective

Women and Prison Course Gives Students New Perspective

Women and Prison Course Gives Students New Perspective

Nine Saint Anselm College students learned first-hand what it was like for women in prison during the fall semester’s criminal justice course, CJ 367 Women and Prison, where nearly half the classes took place at New Hampshire State Prison for Women and six incarcerated women joined them as classmate...Read More

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Live From the Carr Center: College Hosts Democratic Debate

Live From the Carr Center: College Hosts Democratic Debate

Live From the Carr Center: College Hosts Democratic Debate

On Saturday, December 19, Saint Anselm College lived up to its reputation as "New Hampshire's Home for Politics," when it hosted the final Democratic Primary Debate of 2015 in partnership with ABC News and the New Hampshire Union Leader....Read More

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New Scholarship for New Hampshire Catholic High School Students

New Scholarship for New Hampshire Catholic High School Students

New Scholarship for New Hampshire Catholic High School Students

Saint Anselm College has announced a substantial new student scholarship, effective immediately and applicable to students from select New Hampshire schools who start entering the college in the fall of 2016....Read More

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New Freshman Honor Society Inducts 113 Students for Academic Excellence

New Freshman Honor Society Inducts 113 Students for Academic Excellence

New Freshman Honor Society Inducts 113 Students for Academic Excellence

In its installation and first induction ceremony, the Alpha Lambda Delta National Academic Honor Society for Freshman inducted 113 students for achieving academic excellence in their first year of study in higher education....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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