Amanda E. Guyer, Ph.D., Group Chairperson
Graduate Study. The interdisciplinary and interdepartmental Graduate Group in Human Development offers a program of study leading to the Ph.D. degree. The program provides lifespan study of human behavioral development, with a balance of emphasis on biological, cognitive, and socio-emotional development in context. Recipients of the degree will be prepared to teach, to conduct research, and to be actively involved in public service in human behavioral development.
Applicants seeking admissions and fellowships consideration must submit all materials by our priority December 15 deadline. The final admissions deadline is March 1. For more details, see
Graduate Advisor. Contact the Group office.