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The Ph.D. program in Psychology is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and judgment needed to become active contributors at the highest-level to research, teach, and provide public and professional service in the community.

The graduate program is designed for students desiring a rigorous research-oriented education in preparation for research and teaching careers in basic and applied areas of cognitive psychology. Our Cognitive Psychology Program has close ties with other doctoral programs, allowing students to obtain specialized training in areas such as cognitive neuroscience, cognitive aging, perception, and psycholinguistics.

The Cognitive Psychology Doctoral Program is designed for students desiring a rigorous research-oriented education in preparation for research and teaching careers in basic and applied areas of cognitive psychology.

The first year of the Cognitive Program is similar for all students and consists of PSYC 751 (Research Seminar in Cognitive Psychology) each semester, a core Cognitive Psychology course in one or both semesters (see 5.3 for a list of core courses), statistics, research, and possibly an additional course in one of the semesters.

The Program Director, with the advice of the faculty and based on conversation with the student, assigns each student an advisor for the first year, chosen as much as possible to match the student’s interests.

The advisor supervises the student’s research and helps the student plan his or her sequence of courses.

A student can change advisors with the consent of the Director.

At the end of the spring term each year, the student prepares a brief report summarizing progress-to-date and plans for the future. This report, along with supporting materials (e.g. grades, faculty judgments), will provide the basis for an annual evaluation of progress and recommendations regarding continued funding. The report should include:

  • An updated Cognitive Psychology Ph.D. Requirements Progress Report,
  • A brief narrative on the student’s research over the past 12 months, and
  • A brief personal statement of perceived successes and failures within the past year, as well as goals for the coming year.

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College of Arts and Sciences

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US$28,278.00 (฿ 881,140) ต่อปี
USD $13,727 for 9 credit hours and above
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ประมาณ สิงหาคม 2021

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College of Arts and Sciences

Campus Box 3100,

205 South Building,

CHAPEL HILL,

North Carolina,

27599, United States

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The minimum requirements are: a bachelor's degree (based on a four-year curriculum) completed before graduate study begins or its international equivalent with an accredited institution; an average grade of B (cumulative GPA 3.0) or better. Other English Language Requirements: The paper-based TOEFL exam = 550 with a minimum of 50 in each section.

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Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree or its international equivalent at an accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. For instance, an applicant with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics may be considered for the Quantitative Psychology program or, for the Social Psychology program, an applicant may have a degree in Sociology.

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