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Psychology at Newmarket Academy

Course description

Psychology attempts to answer the fundamental question - 'Why do people behave the way they do?' Some psychologists approach this from a point of view of behaviour whilst others seek to scientifically study the mind. The course introduces a selection of major psychological theories and research. Contrasting theories will be critically discussed, analysed and evaluated giving insight into human behaviour and providing a range of perspectives through which it can be considered.

The course should equip you with the skills to appreciate the complexities of how individuals develop and interact with their environment. Such skills are applicable to psychological study e.g. clinical/educational psychology and caring, teaching and other areas dealing with people.

Course content

  • Unit 1: Cognitive psychology. development psychology and research methods. 
  • Unit 2: Physiology psychology, individual differences, social psychology. 
  • Unit 3: Biological rhythms, relationships and eating disorders. 
  • Unit 4: Schizophrenia, media psychology and research methods. 

Entry requirements

For more information on this course or entry requirements please contact Mrs Jeffs.

Assessment

Examination only 

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Newmarket Academy directly.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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