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These are the Advanced Modules for the academic year 2021-22.

BSc students take two modules each term, one module from each cluster. Please click on the blue links to access the information about each of the modules.

Year 3 MSci students take one module per term, which may come from either cluster.  Please click on the blue links to access the information about each of the modules.

Year 4 MSci students take one module per term, which may come from either cluster. Please click on the red links to access the information about each of the modules.


AUTUMN TERM 2021
Cluster ACluster B

Neurodevelopmental Disorders (Emma Hayiou-Thomas/Lisa Henderson)

Neurodevelopmental Disorders (Emma Hayiou-Thomas/Lisa Henderson)

Psychology of Behavioural Change (Bailey House)

Psychology of Behavioural Change (Bailey House)

Bilingualism & Cognition (Angela de Bruin)

Bilingualism & Cognition (Angela de Bruin)

The Neurobiology of Depression (David Pitcher)

The Neurobiology of Depression (David Pitcher)

Numerical Cognition (Silke Goebel)

Numerical Cognition (Silke Goebel)

Face Perception (Mike Burton)

Face Perception (Mike Burton)

Perception of Actions and Human Behaviour (Nick Barraclough)

Perception of Actions and Human Behaviour (Nick Barraclough)

The Cognitive Psychology of Sleep (Gareth Gaskell)

The Cognitive Psychology of Sleep (Gareth Gaskell)

Mind and Brain (Philip Quinlan)

Mind and Brain (Philip Quinlan)

The Psychology of Consciousness & Free Will (Alex Reid)

The Psychology of Consciousness & Free Will (Alex Reid)

Applications of Forensic Psychology (John Fisher)

Applications of Forensic Psychology (John Fisher)

Neuroimaging of Vision (Tim Andrews)

Neuroimaging of Vision (Tim Andrews)

BSc only**: Advanced Research Methods (Dan Baker)

                                                                                              

Year 4 MSci Clinical & Developmental Pathways only

Child & Adolescent Mental Health (Melanie Forster)

Clinical Psychology and Applications of CBT*

(Liz Anderson et al.)  

Clinical Psychology and Applications of CBT*

(Liz Anderson et al.)  

* Clinical modules are capped at 60 places and have a separate application process.  Only students in Year 3 can apply for the Clinical modules.

** MSci students take a compulsory version of this module in the summer term of Year 3


SPRING TERM 2022
Cluster ACluster B

Animal Cognition and Communication (Katie Slocombe)

Animal Cognition and Communication (Katie Slocombe)

Body Representations (Catherine Preston)

Body Representations (Catherine Preston)

Social Cognitive Development (Harriet Over)

Social Cognitive Development (Harriet Over)

The Transition to Parenthood (Liz Meins)

The Transition to Parenthood (Liz Meins)

The Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention (Karla Evans)

The Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention (Karla Evans)

Memory and the Brain (Aidan Horner)

Memory and the Brain (Aidan Horner)

Drug Addiction (Gavin Phillips)

Drug Addiction (Gavin Phillips) 

Microanalysis of Communication (Maurice Waddle)

Microanalysis of Communication (Maurice Waddle) 

Social Interaction (Cade McCall)

Social Interaction (Cade McCall)

Cyberpsychology (Sally Quinn)

Cyberpsychology (Sally Quinn)

Applications of Forensic Psychology (John Fisher)

Applications of Forensic Psychology (John Fisher)

Language & Thought (Asifa Majid)

Language & Thought (Asifa Majid)

The Neurobiology of Depression (David Pitcher)

The Neurobiology of Depression (David Pitcher)

Forensic Psychology in Practice (TBC)

Forensic Psychology in Practice (TBC)

Year 3 Students only

Cognitive Anomalies, Decision-Making & Democracy (Philosophy)

Psychology of Health (Karla Evans)

Psychology of Health (Karla Evans)


Year 4 MSci Clinical & Developmental Pathways only

Clinical Research Methods (Hannah Hobson)

Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology*

(Liz Anderson et a.)

Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology*

(Jo Jordan, Toni Jenkinson & Liz Anderson)

* Clinical modules are capped at 60 places and have a separate application process.  Only students in Year 3 can apply for the Clinical modules.

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