Congratulations to Distinguished Research Professor Michael Fanselow, who will receive the American Psychological Association (APA) Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award. This is the highest honor conferred by the APA for scientific contributions over the researcher’s career.
Congratulations to Prof. Steve Reise, who is among the group of Clarivate’s 2022 Highly Cited Researchers, demonstrated by the production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year in the Web of Science. More information is available at the UCLA Newsroom.
Join Us to Learn About the UCLA Psychology Ph.D. Program!
October 12, 2022 3:00 PM PDT
(Zoom link will be provided)
Welcome to our 36 new Psychology graduate students! We welcome you to the Bruin family.
The Spring 2023 Schedule of Classes is now available. Psychology Undergraduate Advisors are available to assist both virtually and in-person. To request advising, submit your request via Message Center on myUCLA. Please include any specific questions you might have, and we will get back to you in approximately 3-5 business days (not including weekends and holidays). Note that advising is extremely busy during enrollment! Please be patient and know your advisors are working extremely hard to support you and your peers during this time. Thank you for understanding!
Umiemah Farrukh and Ji Yoon (Gloria) Kim, both senior Psychology majors, were recently selected to receive the prestigious 2022-2023 EDI Student Leadership Award from the UCLA Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI). Congratulations to both students!
Please visit our Transforming Psychology website for information about exciting plans to transform UCLA’s iconic Psychology Tower (now named Pritzker Hall) into a collaborative, modern learning and research environment for one of the nation’s top psychology departments.
We cannot process or remember everything we encounter. How, then, do we acquire and hold onto memories that matter? My work seeks to understand the brain mechanisms that facilitate attention and memory for highly emotional and salient events.