Introduction to Psychology

** Top Five Most Popular Course **

Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour, that seeks to explain our thoughts, emotions, and the impact of influences on our behaviour.  The fascinating human mind, often referred to as ‘the seat of human consciousness’, is the intellectual component that enables us to be aware of our world.  It is that with which we mentally process stimuli and that which enables us to think, reason, plan, feel, and make sense of our external and internal environment.

An Introduction to Psychology, taught by an academically accredited, professionally qualified subject-specialist lecturer in psychology, begins with an overview of brain anatomy, neurology, illusions, and delusions, and proceeds through sensory information processing, memory, forgetting & amnesia, Learning Theories, Classical & Operant Conditioning, stereotyping, prejudice & discrimination, social influence & obedience, an analysis of aggression, non-verbal communication (NVC), the development of personality, and sex & gender identity, into psychopathology & therapies.  On this course, you will learn about core principles in psychology, be guided through explanations of traditional and contemporary theories and experiments, and discover how psychological knowledge applies to our real-world experiences.

For anyone wishing to attain a greater understanding of the human mind and how it works, this fully comprehensive Introduction to Psychology provides an excellent opportunity to study core psychological principles and theories, to begin or advance more extensively your knowledge of social, behavioural, cognitive, and developmental psychology.  The value in taking this course is immeasurable in both the wealth of information taught and its applicability for life-long learning.  By the end of this course, you will have gained greater insight into how the mind functions, supported your educational and career development, be able to use the learning in personal, professional and therapeutic settings, develop a deeper understanding of human behaviour, and learned more about how your own mind works.

 


Course Syllabus
What you’ll learn about:~

Lesson 1:     Brain Anatomy, Illusions & Delusions, Dyslexia, Lobes & Localisation, Brain Neurology, Neurotransmitters & SSRI’s
Lesson 2:     Memory, Information Processing & Multi-Store Models, Millar’s Magic No7, Forgetting, Amnesia, Alzheimer’s & Dementia
Lesson 3:     Learning Theories, Classical/Operant Conditioning, Cognitive Psychology & Observational Learning
Lesson 4:     Stereotyping, Prejudice & Discrimination, Reducing Prejudice, & the Root Cause of Racism
Lesson 5:     Analysis of Aggression, Evolutionary & Psychoanalytic Theories, Reducing Aggression
Lesson 6:     Non-Verbal Communication, Paralinguistics, How to Spot a Liar
Lesson 7:     Development of Personality, Temperament, Antisocial Personality Disorder
Lesson 8:     Social Influence, Conformity, Obedience, Deindividuation & Bystander Effect
Lesson 9:     Sex & Gender Identity, Foetal Development, Psychosexual Development, Gender Schema Theory
Lesson 10:   Psychopathology, Abnormality, Biological, Psychodynamic, Behavioural, Cognitive Theories & Therapies


People’s Reviews;

“Excellent study of the human mind. Highly recommend for beginners & advanced”  ~ Peter

“For anyone supporting or working with people –
Excellent course which enables you to improve analytical skills” ~ Janet

“Psychology affects all parts of our lives and we can all do well to learn more about it.  Thanks Carole” ~ Joanne

  “A comprehensive detailed course which challenged with new ideas and expands the mind.  Improved my thinking.  Great course, very enlightening” ~ Carl

“The best course I have done.  Carole’s so knowledgeable and I thoroughly enjoyed every lesson” ~ Chloe


What’s Included;

    • Receive the complete series of recordings including 10 VIDEOS [9:50:00] hrs
    • Lesson transcripts & knowledge worksheet downloads
    • Course Certificate on completion for CV & CPD Evidence
    • No previous experience or qualifications necessary
    • No additional homework or examinations
    • Begin now and learn at your own pace and convenience
    • Unlimited 24/7 access, pause, replay & re-access facility
    • Login & Student Support
    • FREE subscription to private informational newsletters
    • FREE access to The Mind Forum to join in community discussions

Introduction to Psychology
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