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Postgraduate psychology courses in Aberdeen and North East Scotland

2 universities offer 35 postgraduate psychology courses in Aberdeen and North East Scotland

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  1. Integrated Practice in Childhood and Youth

    PGCert(IPCY)

    Open University - Faculty of Health and Social Care

    This postgraduate certificate is designed for graduates from any discipline who have either a professional or personal interest in the area of childhood and youth studies. It would suit both those who already work with children and young people and who wish to enhance their knowledge as well as...

  2. Childhood and Youth

    MA(CY)

    Open University - Faculty of Education and Language Studies

    This MA course offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of childhood and youth underpinned by a commitment to integrated practice. This qualification is designed for graduates with a background in childhood and youth studies, sociology, health and social care, anthropology, psychology or education. It would suit those already...

  3. Integrated Practice in Childhood and Youth

    PGDip(IPCY)

    Open University - Faculty of Health and Social Care

    This postgraduate diploma is designed for graduates from any discipline who have either a professional or personal interest in the area of childhood and youth studies. It would suit both those who already work with children and young people and who wish to enhance their knowledge as well as...

  4. Neuropsychology

    PhD

    University of Aberdeen - College of Life Sciences and Medicine

    Within the field of psychology, our researchers use behavioural and neuroimaging techniques to better understand the factors involved in social interactions and decision making, explore the relationship between perception and the physical environment among populations of both clinical and healthy individuals, and explore the processes of attention, language and memory....

  5. Cognition

    PhD

    University of Aberdeen - College of Life Sciences and Medicine

    Within the field of psychology, our researchers use behavioural and neuroimaging techniques to better understand the factors involved in social interactions and decision making, explore the relationship between perception and the physical environment among populations of both clinical and healthy individuals, and explore the processes of attention, language and memory....

  6. Health Psychology

    MSc

    University of Aberdeen - College of Life Sciences and Medicine

    According to the British Psychological Society (BPS), Health Psychology is the fastest growing field of psychology in the UK. The University of Aberdeen MSc in Health Psychology, which is accredited by the British Psychological Society, offers you the opportunity to expand on and apply your knowledge and skills to help...

  7. Health Psychology

    MSc

    University of Aberdeen - College of Life Sciences and Medicine

    According to the British Psychological Society (BPS), Health Psychology is the fastest growing field of psychology in the UK. The University of Aberdeen MSc in Health Psychology, which is accredited by the British Psychological Society, offers you the opportunity to expand on and apply your knowledge and skills to help...

  8. Human Factors

    PGCert

    University of Aberdeen - College of Life Sciences and Medicine

    Human Factors encompasses the study of organisational, environmental, task, equipment and behavioural factors that can impact human performance. This is relevant to any workplace but is of particular interest in higher risk organisations such as oil and gas, energy, rail, aviation and healthcare. The University of Aberdeen Postgraduate Certificate in...

  9. Psychological Studies

    MSc

    University of Aberdeen - College of Life Sciences and Medicine

    Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour and experience. Psychology is a science in the sense that it seeks to understand the mind and behaviour through experimentation, observation, and measurement. Psychologists study the full range of influences that affect behaviour, from the biological to the social. They also study...

  10. Educational and Social research

    MSc

    University of Aberdeen - School of Education

    Aims The programme seeks to provide education and training in the philosophy, traditions and techniques of social/educational research including opportunities to gain knowledge, understanding and skills in quantitative and qualitative methods; and in transferable skills to enable participants to communicate research findings to a wide range of audiences. As such...

 
 
 
 

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