Clark University has trained and hosted some of the world’s most notable psychologists since G. Stanley Hall, Clark’s first president, established the discipline here in the late 1800s. Today, undergraduate and doctoral students work with faculty to examine human behavior through research and experiential learning opportunities in order to understand the impact of actions and experiences on individuals and societies.
Student Work from 2020
Hiring Perceptions of Visible Body Modifications: The Effect of Tattoos and Piercings, Nik Sokol
Student Work from 2016
Exploring the Stigmatization of Anorexia: A Focus on The Structural, Interpersonal, and Individual Levels of Stigma, Paraskevi Evelyna Kambanis
Seeking Self-Certainty in an Uncertain Time: Attachment Style and Self-Esteem in Emerging Adulthood, Holly M. Rosen
Student Work from 2013
Perceived Pathways of Success, Zora N. Haque