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INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION PROGRAMME (SCIENCE)

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SF 1002
INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY I: METHODS AND APPLICATIONS (FOUNDATION)
CREDIT POINTS 15

Course Co-ordinator: Dr D Pearson

Pre-requisite(s): None

Co-requisite(s): SF 1001

Note(s): This course is only open to students following the International BSc Foundation (Psychology) Programme.

The course will cover core experimental methods in psychology. These experimental methods will be linked to a range of data handling techniques and interpretation skills.

The course will consist of a one hour lecture per week, plus a weekly group practical (2 hours), and individual participation in 8 hours of psychological experiments over the half session.

In addition, International BSc Foundation Programme students will have an additional meeting with course tutors once a fortnight.

1st Attempt: 100% continuous assessment of practical group activities; including one full practical report.

Resit: Students will be able to repeat individual components.