The study of psychology familiarizes students with the scientific study of mind and behavior. The discipline relies on methods ranging from simple observation to rigorous experimentation. Its subjects include how we

Distinguished Emeritus Prof Edwin Hollander Receives Int. Leadership Assoc. Lifetime Achievement Award

NEWS: Experimental Psychology (PSY5020) has been replaced by Research Methods in Psychology (PSY3001). The prerequisite for registering for PSY3001 is PSY1001 and either STA2000 or STA2100. You do not need departmental permission to register for PSY3001.

develop and learn, how our actions are motivated, how we perceive the world around us, how we respond to it intellectually and emotionally, and how these processes change throughout life and are integrated into the personality under social influences. The Psychology department offers courses that apply psychology to a variety of practical settings, including the workplace, clinical, legal, and school environments.

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