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Phenomenological Psychology

The distinctions between phenomenological psychology and other perspectives in social psychology are discussed

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Ethics and Psychoanalysis

The ethical dimensions of psychoanalysis and its relationship to wider cultural forms.

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What is consciousness?

What does consciousness mean? How artists, writers and scientists understood consciousness in the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Psychology

We’re all interested in what makes people tick; how they think, act and interact with others. That’s why studying psychology – the science of human behaviour – is interesting in its own right. But it can also help develop a range of widely applicable transferable skills. As well as gaining an understanding of ideas, theories and methods in psychology, and learning how to analyse and evaluate psychological concepts, you will develop skills in assessing different kinds of evidence, including both quantitative and qualitative data, leading to opportunities in education, industry, the health professions, management, advertising and marketing, human resources, research, counseling, and social services.

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Can disability be irrelevant?

A more forward-looking approach to disability is needed.

The evolution of consciousness

Are animals conscious? Can we produce conscious machines?

The Cognitive Social Perspective

Professor Alex Hasslam, Professor Tom Postmes and Professor Jolanda Jetten discuss cognitive social psychology, and how they...

The Discursive Psychological Perspective

Ai introduction to the discursive psychological perspective from Dr Bianca Rabbe and Professor Margaret Wetherell.

Power Relations

Power relationships, with specific reference to a study on childcare.

Understanding imagination

The psychological processes behind your imagination.

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