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March 11, 2006

Research Psychologists

Filed under: North America — Admin @ 12:16 pm

Research psychologists study how humans think, learn, remember, and respond to their environment. They are most often found working for universities, government offices, and private corporations. Whatever the setting, research psychologists conduct experiments, surveys, and market research to discover why people react the way they do.

In any university setting, there are psychologists who have no formal teaching duties. Some study mood disorders. Others research the mechanics behind memory, inference, visual, and auditory perception. Still another large field in psychology attempts to understand the various ways people learn, so that more effective teaching methods can be developed.


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