Leadership in Science and Practice
The Department of Educational Psychology is dedicated to advancing knowledge of human behavior as it relates to education. The majority of our programs are at the graduate level and only an undergraduate minor is offered. We train students to work as teachers, counselors, evaluators and researchers in educational environments in order to develop valuable skills in the areas of human development and behavior, the psychology of education, learning theory and research and evaluation methods.
Our department is dedicated to advancing knowledge of human behavior as it relates to education.Learn More
We train our students to work as teachers, counselors, evaluators and researchers in educational environments. Students develop skills in the areas of human development and behavior, psychology of education, learning theory, and research and evaluation methods.Learn More
Faculty and students conduct research aimed at promoting and understanding learning, mental health and school success. Our labs and nationally recognized research centers are dedicated to examining cognition, culture and coping and stress.Learn More
Self-Compassion Can Improve Sport Performance and Overall Well-Being Among Athletes
For NCAA athletes the road to success comes with various challenges, but recent research suggests that self-compassion can help with the ability to overcome and respond to hardships.
The Profound Impact Mentorship Can Have on Achievement: Video Q&A with Associate Professor Kizzy Albritton
Dr. Albritton talked with us about her background, accomplishments, challenges and the mentors who helped her along the way.
Alumnus Colin Muething is Changing Lives Through Extraordinary Assessment and Treatment of Severe Problem Behavior
Colin Muething was named a 2022 Outstanding Young Texas Ex. He spoke with us about his work and how COE helped prepare him to live out his calling and advocate for a population that often goes unseen.