Psychology at ICE
Psychology as a discipline covers an extremely wide range of topics, but can be simply described as the scientific study of mind and behaviour
We offer a growing range of psychology courses, including residential weekends, summer schools and fully online courses, suitable for both newcomers to the field and those who have studied psychology previously.
Our new Undergraduate Certificate in Cognitive Psychology is now approved and open for applications. This certificate will provide an insight into the study of psychology, with a particular focus on how the brain enables us to see, think and remember.
We also offer an Undergraduate Certificate in Social Sciences which includes a term on 'Psychology: identity, development and social behaviour'.
We are also pleased to introduce a new evening lecture series exploring cutting edge research in psychology and neuroscience and its impact on improving education and learning. The Psychology for educators: lecture series is for anyone with an interest in psychology and neuroscience in education, particularly teachers.
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|Introducing psychology: mind, mental process and behaviour||31 July 2016||Available|
|The abnormal mind: an introduction to psychopathology||31 July 2016||Available|
|Applying psychology to the workplace||12 September 2016||Available|
|Undergraduate Certificate in Social Sciences||7 October 2016||Available|
|Undergraduate Certificate in Cognitive Psychology||14 October 2016||Available|
|Psychology in the real world||9 January 2017||Available|
|Applying psychology to the workplace||27 February 2017||Available|
|Psychology in context||29 May 2017||Available|
Psychology courses at ICE are taught by tutors whose work spans a wide range of areas. Our current tutors’ interests include (to take a few examples) qualitative research methods, autism, existential psychotherapy and death and bereavement.
The British Psychological Society - the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK.
Department of Psychology - University of Cambridge