Psychology Office

The Psychology program at Florida State University will provide students with in-depth training in the area of developmental psychology, with opportunities for both basic and applied research. The goal of the program is to prepare students for future positions as professors in universities and colleges, researchers in government and private-sector laboratories, and as educators. The program is guided by the view that the best way to become a researcher is to carry out research, so continuous involvement in research projects is stressed. The curriculum has core course requirements, but maximizes opportunities for specific seminars and individual research opportunities that fit a training program designed by the student and his or her major professor.

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Undergraduate Advising

  • Kelley Kline, PhD, Psychology, (850) 770-2242, Office: HAC A211-K, kkline@pc.fsu.edu

  • Amy Polick, PhD, BCBA-D, Psychology, (850) 770-2252, Office: HAC A211-X, apolick@pc.fsu.edu

  • Tyler J. Towne, PhD, Psychology, (850) 770-2287, Office: HAC A211-U, ttowne@fsu.edu

Graduate Advising

  • Al Murphy, PhD, BCBA-D, Psychology, (850) 770-2251, Office: HAC A211-A, amurphy@pc.fsu.edu