96832 Introduction to Psychology Foundations6cp; 3 x 1 hour (online, e.g. Zoom), 15-20 hpw (self-directed study and participation in module activities)
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Psychology is a diverse field which seeks to understand human behaviour and mental processes. This is one of two subjects that introduces students to the core concepts and methods of psychological science, and builds a foundation of skills in academic writing and critical thinking. Students learn about leading psychological theories across a range of psychology's major subfields and the impacts of mental and physical health on individuals and society. Students explore how social and personality factors, development, and perception filter experience. Such insights help us to better understand human behaviour and individual differences, and foster values of diversity, equity and inclusion.
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