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Psychology

Psychology

Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and the mind: you’ll study how we think and learn; how we develop and age; how we differ from one another; how we interact, collaborate and sometimes conflict with each other. You’ll consider the extent to which these behaviours are influenced by both nature and nurture, and also explore animal behaviour which reveals the contrasts that make us uniquely human. As you’ll see, our Psychology degree is diverse and stimulating.

Our graduates are confident, independent achievers who have numerous professional career pathways open to them.

Psychology at Queen's

Join Dr Chris Gibbons for his webinar on Psychology at Queen's.

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Our graduates are confident, independent achievers who have numerous professional career pathways open to them.

4th
in the UK for Research Intensity for Psychology
(Complete University Guide 2021)
Join Rhea to experience a day in the life of a Psychology student at Queen's.
Join Rhea to experience a day in the life of a Psychology student at Queen's.
Psychology lecturer, Gary McKeown, talks about his experiences teaching the subject and the potential it has to help change the world for the better
Psychology lecturer, Gary McKeown, talks about his experiences teaching the subject and the potential it has to help change the world for the better

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Find out more about Psychology at Queens

Join Dr. Chris Gibbons and some of our current students to learn about what studying Psychology at Queen's is really like. 

We're hosting two sessions, which are taking place at:

  • 2.00pm - 2.45pm
  • 3.00 pm - 3.45pm
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