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“Other schools make you do what they think you should do; at Fielding we help you do what you know you were meant to do.” Judy Stevens-Long, PhD, Associate Dean, School of Human and Organizational Development

Students are encouraged to pursue research that is relevant to personal and professional interests – topics you feel passionately about. With collaboration from faculty, you are empowered to complete research that supports your dissertation work.

Much of the research at Fielding contributes inspired new knowledge to the fields of educational leadership, human and organizational development, and clinical and media psychology.

View current projects in our Research Blog, or search our faculty by interest in our faculty directory.

At any given time, a breadth of research is taking place in areas such as:

action research Native American issues
assessment and testing neuropsychology
behavioral health organizational development
bilingualism parenting
biopsychosocial studies peace studies
communication personality theory
cultural studies policy studies
diversity and social justice psychoanalytic
divorce psychoneuroimmunology
education religious beliefs and psychological adjustments
gender issues scholar-practitioners
geriatric psychology social change
globalization spirituality
health substance abuse
human development
    and learning
systems and chaos theory
information technology testing/assessment
law and forensics therapy
media psychology violence
mental illness work environments

 

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