Introduction to Psychology (1) and (2) are courses for anyone wishing to explore the fascinating enigma that is the human mind. These introductory courses enable you to begin or develop your awareness of social, behavioural, cognitive and developmental psychology. Both of these courses are also excellent preparation & foundation courses for accredited psychological study in further or higher education, or just for general interest or professional development.
Introduction to Psychology (1) begins with an overview of brain and neural anatomy, in which you will explore the concepts of Illusions, Processing of Sensory Information, Memory & Forgetting, Stereotyping, Prejudice & Discrimination, Psychological Learning Theories, Social Psychology, and The Psychology of Aggression.
Both Introduction to Psychology courses offer a brilliant opportunity for you to gain a thorough understanding of the human & animal mind and behaviour … and of how your own mind works!
Dates: Tuesday 21st April to 19th May 2020: 7pm-9pm
Course: Five Weeks – two-hour weekly lectures
* No previous experience or qualifications required. No homework or assessments
* Course Attendance Certificates provided on completion
* Academic references provided on request
* Age Limit & Terms Apply