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Undergraduate | USA-BEHL1031 | 2024

Psychology 1B

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Put personality under the microscope in this 10-week psychology course. Explore the theories of personality, as well as interpersonal behaviours – that is, the way people present and act in human relationships. Continue towards a Bachelor of Psychology.

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Study method
100% online
Subject may require attendance
Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
10 weeks

Start dates

  • 1 Apr 2024
  • 16 Sept 2024
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Psychology 1B

About this subject

  • By the end of this 10-week course, you’ll be able to:

    1. Describe and discuss the essential features of the major theories of personality, social, developmental and abnormal psychology
    2. Demonstrate the ability to discuss empirically based information on selected topics in a discipline appropriate format and style
    3. Demonstrate an understanding of psychological research methods and perspectives and how these are applied in the context of personality, social, developmental and abnormal psychology

Entry requirements

No entry requirements

Study load

0.125 EFTSL

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