The Stony Brook University Department of Psychology was founded in 1960 and is one of
Stony Brook's largest and strongest departments, having awarded more than 800 Ph.D. degrees since its inception.
The Department offers training in Integrative Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Science, and Social & Health Psychology. One of our great strengths, however,
is our high degree of collaboration that transcends traditional academic
boundaries and the numerous cross-cutting themes of study available as
part of our graduate training.
For further information, please click on
Areas of Study.
Applications to the PhD Program are accepted September 15 through December 15th for the following FALL.
Applications to the One Year Master's Program are accepted January 15th through February 28th for the upcoming SUMMER.
September 9, 2013, 1:00 PM, room A-109
"HPA Axis Genetic Variation, Early Adversity, and Threat-related Amygdala Reactivity: Implications for Psychopathology"
Dr. Ryan Bogdan, Assistant Professor at Washington University
September 26, 2013, 4:00 PM, room A-109
"Prevention of behavioral deficits in a neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia in rats: strategies and mechanisms."
Dr. Anat Biegon, Professor of Neurology
October 17, 2013, 4:00 PM, room A-109
"Hippocampal "Neurogenesis and its roles in regulating hippocampal function."
Dr. Shaoye Gu, Assistant professor of Neurobiology
October 24, 2013, 4:00 PM, room A-109
"Embodied Mind: Resting State Brain Activity Is Associated With Autonomic Arousal."
Dr. Christine DeLorenzo, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and BME
November 7, 2013, 4:00 PM, room A-109
"Mapping dynamic brain functions."
Dr. Daniela Schulz, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology