Bring an Italian Perspective to your
Psychology Coursework this Summer!
Italy’s prime location in the Mediterranean makes it a hub of
global immigration and an ideal location for psychological study.
As part of this course in Experimental Psychology you’ll apply your
psychological proficiency to work with immigrant groups and Italian
NGOs to collect field data. You’ll gain practical experience in
conducting research in behavioral science, while learning to design
and implement studies, collect and analyze data, address ethical
issues in conducting research, as well as practical experience in
writing conference papers and manuscripts. This program provides
you the theoretical and technical knowledge in survey development
and hands-on skills in survey validation, both of which are
essential in many fields of science. Later use of these newly
acquired skills will enhance your employability in science-related
fields, while the international experience and knowledge gained in
Rome will provide you with an understanding of psychology within a
- PSY 3040: Experimental Psychology Laboratory – Social Stress
* Classes are subject to appropriate enrollment. Although
courses may be offered we need to maintain a minimum number of
students to run summer courses.
Professor: Elizabeth Brondolo,
Dates: May 17 –31, 2014*
*Please Note: you must arrive in Rome on May 17 and depart Rome on
May 31. If you depart from New York, for most flights you must
leave the day before the arrival date.
Accommodations: St. John’s Rome Campus
Program Fee: TBD plus tuition (airfare NOT
*Please Note: Tuition and airfare are in addition to the program
fee. Please check the tuition based on your school and how
many credits you choose to enroll in while abroad.
**Looking for ways to help with the
costs of studying abroad this Summer? Check out the Licari and
the Benjamin A.
Gilman International Scholarships outlined on
our Grants and