Department of Psychology
Chair: Dr. Sinead Younge
Office Location: Dansby Hall, Room 210
Office Number: (470) 639-0593
The objectives of the Morehouse College Psychology Department are: to equip students with an understanding of basic and evolving theories and concepts in psychology; to provide a strong foundation for understanding the basic principles of research in the behavioral sciences; to prepare students, academically and professionally, for advanced graduate training in psychology and related fields; to provide students with an awareness of the African American experience, and other cultural perspectives as they relate to psychology; to equip students with skills and experiences for understanding and working effectively with social and psychological issues encountered by African Americans and other communities; to enhance the liberal arts experience with training in effective written and oral communication skills; encourage and provide training in critical and analytical reading, writing and thinking; to encourage ethical behavior, reflecting the values of the discipline of psychology as informed by the mission of Morehouse College; to foster self-understanding, self-improvement, psychological health and insight into behavior.
Department of Psychology Presents:
Schedule of Brown Bag Presenters, 2017-2018:
September 26th – Justin de la Cruz, Robert W. Woodruff Library.
October 31st – Mr. Ted Terry, Mayor of Clarkston, Georgia.