- Food and the Brain
- How Children Think
- Unlocking Human Potential
Psychology is crucial to any conversation about the human condition. Consequently, psychology majors study human behavior in all of its complexity, from biological functioning and the work of the brain to the emergence and development of selfhood and personality.
Psychology is often considered a “hub” discipline because its theories and findings are central to the work of many other fields of study. It has implications for the work of biologists, educators, economists, engineers, computer scientists, ethicists, and lawyers. It has implications for the organization of businesses, for marketers, political scientists, and architects. Psychology also raises questions that go to the heart of philosophical and theological inquiry.