PhD in Psychology

The following faculty mentors are potentially recruiting new Ph.D. students for the 2022 incoming doctoral class: Kristen Jastrowski Mano, Donna Chrobot-Mason, John Holden, Tamara Lorenz, Paula Shear, Carlie Trott, Sarah Whitton, Patrick Beymer, Anjali Dutt, Paula Silva, Monica Mitchell, Quintino Mano, Kevin Shockley, and Adam Carle.

Prospective Students

Current Graduate Students


All necessary forms for current PhD students can be found on OneDrive.  However, if you cannot find a form, please contact our Psychology Graduate Program Coordinator at or by phone at 513-556-5539.


Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

We believe that diverse representation enhances the intellectual learning environment of our department. In our graduate programs, we are especially committed to increasing diversity of populations that have had historically inadequate representation in U.S. higher education system and creating an affirming and inclusive training environment. These efforts are demonstrated in the diversity of our faculty, a legacy of successful matriculation of underrepresented students, and the varied cultural research and teaching activities of our faculty. The department also has designated funding opportunities available to support the research endeavors of some of our diverse doctoral students. We encourage individuals from underrepresented groups to apply to our graduate programs.    

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