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As a psychology student at Bluffton you will develop skills in observation, interviewing, conducting surveys and performing experiments. You will learn computer-based methods of handling and analyzing data, computer- and library-based methods of searching psychology literature and learn how to write and present the results of investigations and to be critical consumers of psychological information.

Psychology classes at Bluffton are small so you will receive considerable individual attention. We have strong laboratory and field components in many of our courses, and our facilities include computer technology for biofeedback, for designing computer-based experiments and for sophisticated statistical analysis of data. Our practicum program provides experience in a professional setting based on your career interests.

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