23 July 2021
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Psychology in Actiononline course
This module aims to develop students’ psychological literacy, through the cycle of enquiry and evidence.
Students will be encouraged to think critically and evaluate their own behaviour through in-lecture experiments. A scientific approach will be developed through an appreciation of how empirical data can be used to test competing theories and simple questions will be dissected and examined. Experiencing this cycle of enquiry and evidence will give students the psychological literacy to integrate knowledge across psychology and apply it to the world around them.
Dr Daniel C. Richardson
This is a level one module (equivalent to first year undergraduate). No prior subject knowledge is required for this module, but students are expected to have a keen interest in the area.
Upon successful completion of this module, students will:
Have an understanding of key conceptual issues in psychology
Have an awareness of the history of ideas in understanding the mind
Appreciate the range of modern methods in scientific psychology and the ability to apply this knowledge to the real world
Have the ability to think critically about how psychological issues are portrayed in the media. Students will also have developed their own research project in which they raise a questions and show how the empirical techniques of psychology can be used to address it. Experiencing this cycle of enquiry and evidence will give students the psychological literacy to integrate knowledge across psychology and apply it to the world around them
7.5 ECTS / 4 US / 15 UCL
GBP 2165: Students joining us for six weeks (two modules) will receive a tuition fee discount.
GBP : Students are welcome to apply for accommodation at a UCL summer residence.
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