PhD in Psychology - Research and Intervention
The PhD in Psychology - Research and Intervention program is intended for students wishing to acquire a thorough grounding in both research and professional practice, in terms of both psychological assessment and intervention.
It allows students to acquire advanced professional and research skills in 1 of the following 3 options:
- Clinical neuropsychology
- Clinical psychology
- Industrial and organizational psychology
Questions about this program?
See our information brochure on graduate programs (in French).
Clinical neuropsychology option
Program supervisor: Nadia Gosselin
Clinical psychology option
Program supervisor: Christopher M. Earls
Industrial and organizational psychology option
Program supervisor: Robert Haccoun
The + of studying Psychology at the Université de Montréal!
- Our test library comprises over 1,000 tests for teaching, internships and research.
- The University Psychology Clinic, located in the Marie-Victorin building, used for training graduate students. The clinic, open to the general public, offers students a valuable opportunity for gaining experience in psychological assessment, consultation and assessment in clinical neuropsychology.
- 35 professors in the Department of Psychology or attached to other units are involved in supervising theses for students in the program. Their research concerns visual perception, somesthesia, hearing, memory, music, hemispheric specialization, executive functions, language and other subjects.