The Queen's Psychology Department is home to 35 labs where faculty members conduct research in Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, as well as Developmental, Social, and Clinical Psychology. Students have the opportunity to work alongside faculty researchers and graduate students, investigating topics such as sexuality, bullying, mood disorders, and infant cognition.
The Psychology Department at Queen’s University provides internationally renowned research programs known for: the excellence and integrity of its faculty, students and training; the innovation and value of its research, scholarship, and skill development.
The Department of Psychology at Queen's University offers a wide range of Programs in core areas of Psychology, with a strong emphasis on fundamental research and discovery, as well as intensive training in clinical skills and applications.
Developmental Psychology Studies
The Child and Adolescent Development Group at Queen's University has several fun and interactive studies that are looking for children of all ages to participate.