Day in the life of a Psychology student – Emily

Day in the life of a Psychology student – Emily

Hi guys, my name is Emily and welcome to Get Ready for University. Today I’m going to be showing you what it’s like to be a student at Uni so if you wanna know what your life is gonna be like in a few years time or even next year, follow me around and I’ll …

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Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

Hello, my name is Amanda Melchor and I’m an assistant librarian at Jernigan Library. Today, I’ll briefly show you how to search for an article in the database Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection. It is an Ebsco database so it looks and works very similarly to many of the library’s other databases. To access it, …

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Crawling out of the deep hole of cancer depression

Crawling out of the deep hole of cancer depression

– [Narrator] For Bill Howe cancer led him down a deep hole that went far beyond the physical effects of treatment. Increasingly, healthcare providers are realizing that there are many mental health issues involved in cancer diagnosis. – There are many issues and problems that patients, and their families, face when they have a diagnosis …

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Psychology at Maastricht University

Psychology at Maastricht University

Welcome to the bachelor’s programme in Psychology. Right behind me, you can see the buildings of the Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus, which ismain hub of our Psychology programme. The university closely collaborates with the academic hospital, which is physically connected to this building. But we also conduct a lot of research here. Maastricht University’s Psychology …

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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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Joe – a student’s perspective of mental health

Joe – a student’s perspective of mental health

I didn’t have a recognised mental health condition when I started university although I’ve been suffering from mental health problems since I was about six years old and I was trying to deal with them in my own way – quite successfully actually at times. Um, however within about 12 months of me starting the …

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Annie – a student’s perspective of mental health

Annie – a student’s perspective of mental health

When I got to university in my first year I think beforehand I was very nervous anyway even though I hadn’t had any diagnosable social anxiety in the past when I got the university I just found it very difficult to fit in and that kind of increased my anxiety and my depression and stuff …

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Why study a career in health and social care?

Why study a career in health and social care?

I’ve always wanted to help people. As a kid I remember taking care of my younger siblings whenever anyone was sick at home. I’ve been a community healthcare assistant for 4, nearly 5 years. I knew I wanted to stay in health and social care and I wanted to progress my career further. Nursing seemed …

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Amie – a student’s perspective of mental health

Amie – a student’s perspective of mental health

In my first month of university I became estranged from my family. From this point my already existing mental health conditions got worse. Everyone around me had financial or emotional support from their families but I felt so alone. I sought a diagnosis from a GP and was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. My mental …

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Psychology at Penn State Behrend

Psychology at Penn State Behrend

Students in the Psychology department at Behrend have the opportunity to engage in internships throughout the county, an intensive research curriculum, and interdisciplinary work with faculty and students from Behrend science, engineering, and business programs. Our faculty are dedicated to making sure that our students graduate with transferable skills including critical thinking skills, strong problem-solving …

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