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Notre Dame’s Department of Psychology offers graduate programs in cognitive, clinical, developmental, and quantitative psychology, joint doctoral programs in peace studies and in computer science / engineering, and an undergraduate major that emphasizes hands-on research.

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Psychologist Developing Treatment Strategies for Arab Spring’s Trauma Victims

Author: Renée LaReau

Laura Miller is part of an international team of psychologists seeking to design effective treatments for children and adults who suffered trauma in the wake of the Arab Spring, the wave of demonstrations, protests, and civil wars that swept the Middle East beginning in December 2010. Miller is an assistant professor in Notre Dame’s Department of Psychology and Read More

New Psychology Hire Integrates Peace Studies, Childhood Trauma

Author: Mike Danahey

Laura Miller ’08 grew up in a big, loving family, but her research at Notre Dame focuses on children who were less fortunate. A new faculty hire in the Department of Psychology and the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Miller says her work integrates the quantitative and qualitative evaluations of children’s reactions to traumatic experiences, including exposure to violence. Read More

Ke-Hai Yuan’s Groundbreaking Quantitative Work Propels Psychology Program

Author: Aaron Smith

Structural equation modeling and factor analysis might be difficult concepts to grasp for most people outside the world of statistics, but one thing should be crystal clear: Professor Ke-Hai Yuan’s groundbreaking work in these areas is a driving force behind the nationally recognized success of the quantitative psychology program in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters. Read More

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