Psychology

The Psychology Department at Kent State University is an innovative center of research, teaching, and community service. Our faculty are internationally recognized for their research, and our undergraduates are trained well for a range of fields, including social services, health care, education, sales, personnel management, and graduate work in psychology, law, medicine, and education.

Psychology is a science devoted to the study of how people and animals think, feel and behave. Psychologists consider how both biological processes and environmental influences can account for behavior. The field of psychology integrates research and practice. That is, in addition to trying to explain behavior, psychologists are interested in applying the results of research to solve real world problems.