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Psychology

Honours

Please note: the information on this page is relevant ONLY to students that commenced their undergraduate degree from 2018, or 2019 for Bachelor of Psychology Students. If you commenced your undergraduate degree prior to 2019, please visit the relevant psychology honours page.

For more on how to apply, please read the information for  Psychology on our Honours in Science page.

Psychology allows you to scientifically study the many aspects of human behaviour. It is a diverse discipline which is concerned with the way we behave in groups as well as individual behaviour patterns; it is concerned with the way we act as well as the way we think, and it looks at our interaction with the physical world as well as our interaction with others. You can explore various sub-disciplines in psychology, such as personality theory, neuroscience, social psychology, applied psychology, abnormal psychology, cognitive processes, human development, learning and motivation, perception and mental abilities, and more.

Units of study in this honours area

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The course information on this website applies only to future students. Current students should refer to faculty handbooks for current or past course information.

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