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About the department

The department has about 100 employees, 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students as well as 20 PhD students. Freestanding courses and five programs are offered. Research is organized in divisions and networks as for example: 

-    work and organizational psychology
-    cognition
-    neuropsychology
-    personality and social psychology
-    clinical psychology
-    developmental psychology

Many researchers at the department collaborate in national and international multi-disciplinary research groups. The research activities are well connected to education and practice.

Department of psychologys Organigram

The Department of Psychologys organigram - click for a bigger picture