Experimental Psychology

Dates of course:

Sunday 23rd June - Wednesday 26th June 2024


Course description:

The UNIQ Experimental Psychology course is a bite-sized version of the course that is taught at Oxford. It provides a great insight into the many ways psychology is studied at university level, because you get to experience being taught by the same lecturers, and see first-hand some of the research that is ongoing.
Throughout the week, you will be introduced to concepts and theories that are covered in the undergraduate curriculum in a series of lectures which look at different aspects of human behaviour. What factors affect the way people interact with one another, what influences psychological development as infants, and the effects of different psychological disorders on our everyday lives are just a few of the subjects covered.
You will have the opportunity to discuss topics you have learnt about during the week with Oxford academics and to develop your understanding of the subject and build up the analytical skills useful for studying psychology at university. The week is packed full of opportunities to gain a better understanding of the diverse nature of psychology and find out if it really is the course for you.


Course requirements: