Experimental Psychology Research and Study Opportunities

Who Are Experimental Psychologists?

Psychologists study our behavior, try to find reasons and motivations behind our decisions and actions. Experimental psychologists are scientists, who apply research tools and techniques to study human mind and behavior. This branch of psychology aims to reveal secrets of human behavior through experiments, case studies, observations and research.

The majority of psychology students take experimental psychology as one of their concentrations.  The degree studies in experimental psychology combine practical and theoretical psychological studies with intensive research. Strong knowledge in math is key in choosing this profession.

Research Opportunities for Experimental Psychologists

It is the intensive research component, that makes this area of psychology especially valuable. The research is essential in planning and organizing field work. And, vice versa, field work influences and updates research results. Psychology, as any other science, is in constant re-shaping and changing. The factors that influence human behavior have changed throughout our history. They have opened new horizons for researching and experimenting with human mind, such as cognition, decision making, behavioral neuroscience and many more.

Research opportunities in this field are vast and particularly promising for young scientists. Advanced knowledge of research methodologies helps graduates of experimental psychology stand out in any setting, where the research is vital. Various business corporations, development organizations, research institutions have always been in search of experimental psychologists to help them achieve their mission and progress.

Search for programs and events with ARMACAD

ARMACAD has done a great job of compiling academic programs and professional development opportunities in the area of experimental psychology. All you have to do is choose from the pool of announcements for international students and practitioners on:

  • Bachelor, master and PhD degree programs abroad,
  • Shorter certificate courses,
  • Online degree and non-degree programs,
  • Assistantships, fellowships and scholarships,
  • Research opportunities.
  • Internship and employment opportunities.