Social – (Pullman campus)
Laboratory-based studies are utilized to study social psychological processes including cooperation, individual differences in social behavior, the interface between social factors and physical health, and social cognitive processes. Graduates in this area may find employment in academic settings, government agencies, private research firms, and businesses. It is expected that students will complete Psychology 550 (Attitudes and Social Cognition) and will select other courses in consultation with the advisor. Training in statistics and methodology beyond the departmental core requirements will be encouraged.