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Psychology Department

Linfield Psychology faculty
Psychology Department Faculty: Drs. Kay Livesay, Jennifer Linder, Tanya Tompkins,
Lee Bakner, Yanna Weisberg, and Meg Kozak (not pictured is teaching post-doc, Dr. Krystina Sorwell)

The science of psychology explores behavior, mental processes and experience. Psychologists apply research, knowledge and expertise to an array of human concerns. The psychology department’s goal is to provide a diversity of courses to meet the range of interests and professional aspirations of students majoring in psychology. The psychology faculty have backgrounds and interests in a variety of areas to assist students as they progress through the major.

Students are encouraged to participate in experiential learning opportunities offered by the department. For students interested in human-relations oriented areas of the discipline, experiences are available through community service and internship programs. For those interested in research, the department has well-equipped facilities where students may conduct independent and/or collaborative student-faculty research.

If you would like to learn more about our program, please contact Kay Livesay at klivesa@linfield.edu