Department of Psychology

Psychology-Home

Chair: Dr. David Wall Rice
Office Location: Dansby Hall, Room 210
Office Number: (404) 215-2626
Office Fax: (404) 215-2754

The objectives of the Morehouse College Psychology Department are: to equip students with an understanding of the basic and evolving theories and concepts in psychology; to provide a strong foundation for understanding the basic principles of research in the behavioral sciences; to prepare students, academically and professionally, for advanced graduate training in psychology and related fields; to provide students with an awareness of the African American experience, and other cultural perspectives as they relate to psychology; to equip students with skills and experiences for understanding and working effectively with the social and psychological problems encountered by African American and other communities; to enhance the liberal arts experience with training in written and oral communication skills; to encourage and provide training in critical and creative thinking; to encourage ethical behavior and a tolerance for ambiguity, reflecting the values of the discipline of psychology; and to foster self-understanding, self-improvement and insight into others’ behavior.

Download the Fall 2014 Psychology Handbook (PDF)

Department of Psychology Presents:

Schedule of Brown Bag Presenters, 2013-2014 (pdf)

Supplemental Materials for Faculty Lecture Series:

Dan Hummer: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hutm76ksu5ngt4r/Ehlen2010.pdf

Jenna Andrews: http://www.morehouse.edu/academics/psychology/pdf/andrews-paper-0424-2014.pdf

Chris Markham: http://bit.ly/1daDzRb 

Duane Jackson: https://www.morehouse.edu/facstaff/djackson/