Psychology: The Science of Behaviour and Mind
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2018/19, PLEASE FIND THE APPLICATION FORM AT THE LINK BELOW.
This lecture course will present an overview of contemporary psychology and introduce participants to cutting-edge research undertaken by School of Psychology staff.
- how babies learn to talk
- experimental neuropsychology - revelations from the broken brain
- using emotions to overcome emotional distress
- perceiving our world
- early adversity and later development
- psychological disorder
- social neuroscience
- childhood sexual abuse & its psychological consequences
* Lecture topics may vary depending upon staff availability.
The course is a lecture series, and there are no exams or course work involved. Participants who attend at least 14 of the 18 lectures will receive a Certificate of Attendance. The course does not provide an academic qualification.
How to apply
The application form is available here. Please send the completed application form with a cheque, bank draft or postal order made payable to TCD No. 1 Account. Confirmation of receipt of application form and payment will be sent by email. Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Time and venue
Wednesdays, 7 p.m. - 8.20 p.m., in the Burke Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College, Dublin 2.
Semester 1: commences Wednesday, 10th October 2018 to 5th December 2018. Semester 2: commences Wednesday 23rd January 2019 to 20th March 2019.
*Please note the timetable is subject to change, however every effort will be made to inform participants of changes well in advance of the date
€220 for eighteen weeks. A concession rate (€140) is available to second and full time third-level students, unemployed persons and those in receipt of a social welfare pension. Payment and proof of status MUST accompany the application form.
The course runs over 18 weeks, across two semesters as outlined above. Please note that it is not possible to join the course for a single term.
Evening Course Co-ordinator
School of Psychology
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