Study MSc Political Psychology in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Study MSc Political Psychology in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Hi, my name’s Dr Lesley Storey and I’m the course director for the Master’s programme in Political Psychology here at Queen’s University Belfast. Political psychology is a growing academic discipline which uses concepts of psychology to help us understand political issues and problems. We place a strong emphasis on trying to apply theory to practical …

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Texas State Master of Arts in Psychological Research

Texas State Master of Arts in Psychological Research

The Masters of Arts program in Psychological Research at Texas State University is a two-year program designed to prepare graduates for careers and research in a wide variety of settings. The program has a strong empirical focus. Graduate students in Psychological Research learn skills relevant to the conduct of both basic and applied research. A …

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Experimental Psychology – student views

Experimental Psychology – student views

I hadn’t actually done Psychology at A level so doing first year lectures and all that kind of thing I actually really loved it because it was completely new to me and it was really easy to get on with everyone It was really clear directions in terms of what you needed to do Like …

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#YouLookDisgusting – Psychological Response

#YouLookDisgusting – Psychological Response

Recently, a blogger called Em Ford posted a video on her YouTube channel, which has already reached over 12 million views. In the video, she reports an extremely unpleasant situation: the insults she’s been suffering since she published a few photos of herself without makeup on Instagram, revealing that she suffers from acne. Our goal …

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Psychology of Criminal Justice | UQx on edX | Course About Video

Psychology of Criminal Justice | UQx on edX | Course About Video

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Social Psychology: Social Influence Factors Part I

Social Psychology: Social Influence Factors Part I

seven social influence principles you’ll wanna know they’re important if you’re in sales I would get Robert Cialdini’s book Influence the Science and Practice these are where those come from because he has does a nice job summarizing these pretzels and the scientific evidence for them how they operate other people affect us world we …

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Evangelion Analysis: Sex, Death and Psychology *ENG & SPANISH & PORTUGUESE sub*

Evangelion Analysis: Sex, Death and Psychology *ENG & SPANISH & PORTUGUESE sub*

[Subtitles by TangedCupcake] Hello everyone! GoatJesus here. Guess what I haven’t made a video about in a while? Uhum, that’s right Silver Spoon. So it’s only natural that I’m gonna talk about Evangelion. Right? Yeah. That’s about right. You can’t really say the name without someone cringing. [Are you actually trying to expound on The …

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Feminist Psychologists Talk About…Research Methods

Feminist Psychologists Talk About…Research Methods

(piano music…) (music fades out) Method creates the questions you can ask and the answers you can get. I am still as convinced as ever or more convinced that method is defining of what can be thought and known in psychology. If you do not get your methods right you get very inadequate visions of …

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Psychology: Science in Action – Meet conservation psychologist Susan Clayton, PhD

Psychology: Science in Action – Meet conservation psychologist Susan Clayton, PhD

I really love data – that you can ask questions and then you can get data to answer them. People are just endlessly fascinating. Every time I’m doing research, I find things that surprise me. It’s just so satisfying to think that things I learn can be applied to actually change people’s behavior – and …

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