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Lifespan Developmental Psychology

The UAB Lifespan Developmental Ph.D. program focuses on a lifespan approach of human development that is founded in a multidisciplinary setting. Using a lifespan perspective, our graduate program trains students to discover basic principles of psychological development and apply them in interdisciplinary contexts.

Interdisciplinary Research

An elderly test subject using a driving simulator. Our research foci include:

  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Child and Adolescent Health
  • Applied Cognition
  • Health Disparities
  • Successful Aging
  • Developmental Psychopathology
  • Parent and Peer Influences
  • Neighborhood Effects
  • Bio-psycho-social Pathways
  • Injury Prevention
  • Post-injury Care and Recovery

Graduates of the program have secured academic positions as post-doctoral fellows and instructors, and some have moved into industry. Learn more about research in the Department of Psychology.

Applied Training

Students and faculty conduct socially relevant action research in a variety of settings across campus and surrounding community. Examples include:

Expert Faculty

Our department culture emphasizes collaborative research. Faculty are committed to growing and establishing new areas of research, giving our students the opportunity to work in a challenging and exciting environment. Several program faculty members are recognized as among the foremost experts in their areas of research.

Questions?

We invite you to explore our website to see what this program can offer you. If you have specific questions, contact the director or the graduate programs manager.

Dr. Fred Biasini

 

Fred J. Biasini

Associate Professor
Director, Lifespan Developmental Psychology Program

Terri Roberson

 

Terri M. Roberson

Graduate Programs Manager
Phone: (205) 934-8723
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