Psychology

Originally designed by Pietro Belluschi and built for the chemistry department in 1948, the building was renovated for the psychology department in 1995, providing all senior psychology majors with shared office space and professors with individual lab space for research. In the center of the building is a large teaching space and conference area, which also houses a social psychology lab, a psycholinguistics lab with state-of-the-art brain scanning equipment, a developmental lab with a play room in which to observe children, and a cognition lab that has its own recording and sound studio. There are also rooms for housing animals, including an aviary for pigeons. The auditorium, Room 105, seats 90 people and is equipped with a viewing screen and an excellent sound system.

3203 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202, USA

Place Type

Academic Building

Upcoming Events

Black Celebration Month: Leslie M. Alexander

Fear of a Black Republic: US–Haitian Relations in the Aftermath of the Haitian Revolution January 12, 2020 marked ten years since a massive earthquake...

2/17 4:30pm
Politics and Policy Lecture Series: Stefan Dolgert

Ichneumenoid Athena: The Posthuman Origins of 'The West' and the Xenopolis to Come Most 20th century political theorists presumed that the ancient Greeks...

2/18 5:30pm
Missing Babies & the Tacit Tolerance of Infanticide in Early Modern Europe

Aggressive criminal prosecution of unwed mothers who killed their newborns in early modern Europe (1550-1750) has led historians to assume that Europeans...

2/19 4:45pm
Anthropology Roundtable Symposium: Darren Byler

Join us for a presentation from Darren Byler as part of the Anthropology Roundtable Symposium Series! Refreshments will be served. Free and open to the...

3/30 4:30pm
Anthropology Roundtable Symposium: Paul Nadasdy

Join us for a presentation from Paul Nadasdy as this year's Senior Speaker, and as part of the Anthropology Roundtable Symposium Series! Refreshments will be...

4/15 4:30pm

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