Biopsychology

The study of how our brain affects our behavior.

How can a car accident cause depression? How does a prescription drug target neurotransmitters to reduce our levels of anxiety? Why can experiencing fear make our palms sweat? These are the big and fascinating questions at the heart of biopsychology.

Our students learn to understand the biological mechanisms of behavior and psychological processes. Biopsychology benefits students interested in pursuing a post-baccalaureate degree in medical school or academic as well as students interested in professional and health careers that require a solid foundation in science.

Our program provides intellectual and practical engagement though internships, participation in conferences, travel and research opportunities.

Biopsychology News

  • Men?s lacrosse coach Chris Klaiber.

    Episode 30: May 7, 2021

    Meet award-winning students Emily Krueger ’21, Larissa Pothoven ’24 and Samuel Stoyanoff ’24; the Voice of Fighting Scots Athletics Nate Baliva gives an update of spring sports; and coach Chris Klaiber (pictured) on the historic win by men’s lacrosse.
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  • Senior Profile: Alison Bowman

    Despite unusual final year, transfer student progressing toward health-related career.
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  • Transfer student Taylor Ewald.

    Becoming Transfer-Friendly

    More students from region’s community colleges choosing to continue their higher education journeys at Monmouth.
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