The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) provides a route for high achieving students, whose academic capabilities and potential would be well served by concentrating on research-based study leading to doctoral study.
In this course, you will develop advanced theoretical knowledge in the areas of social and developmental psychology. You will also hone your critical thinking skills, develop and apply research and analytical skills, and practice communicating research findings to academic and non-academic audiences.
Topics that may be addressed include:
Students complete papers in advanced theoretical studies, relevant to their discipline and a research methods paper. An individually designed reading paper may be chosen. Students also undertake an individually supervised 60-point research dissertation.
Psychology papers (30 points)
PYSC880 Advanced Theory in Social and Developmental Psychology
PSYC883 Readings in Psychology
Dissertation (60 points)
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