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PSYCH 324

: The Behaving Brain
2023 Academic Year Term (1231)
A range of topics in applied psychology will be addressed with an emphasis on how those topics fit within the traditional organizing principle of cognitive science. This will include consideration of the evolved cognitive architecture of minds, and the structure and function of brains.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: PSYCH 211
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PSYCH 325

: Social Processes
2023 Academic Year Term (1231)
A range of topics in applied psychology will be addressed with an emphasis on how those topics fit within the traditional organizing principle of social psychology. This will include consideration of social cognition, social influence, attitudes, politics, and identity.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: PSYCH 211
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PSYCH 326

: Life Span Development
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The development of people across the life span is studied. Describes key milestones in development and examines the causes and processes that produce stability and change in people's development over time. Topics discussed will include aspects of cognitive, social and physical development with consideration given to biological, societal and family influences. Attention will also be given to development within the New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
Restriction: PSYCH 316
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PSYCH 326

: Life Span Development
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The development of people across the life span is studied. Describes key milestones in development and examines the causes and processes that produce stability and change in people's development over time. Topics discussed will include aspects of cognitive, social and physical development with consideration given to biological, societal and family influences. Attention will also be given to development within the New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
Restriction: PSYCH 316
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PSYCH 326

: Life Span Development
2021 Semester One (1213)
The development of people across the life span is studied. Describes key milestones in development and examines the causes and processes that produce stability and change in people's development over time. Topics discussed will include aspects of cognitive, social and physical development with consideration given to biological, societal and family influences. Attention will also be given to development within the New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
Restriction: PSYCH 316
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PSYCH 326

: Life Span Development
2020 Semester One (1203)
The development of people across the life span is studied. Describes key milestones in development and examines the causes and processes that produce stability and change in people's development over time. Topics discussed will include aspects of cognitive, social and physical development with consideration given to biological, societal and family influences. Attention will also be given to development within the New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
Restriction: PSYCH 316
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PSYCH 370A

: Research Project
2023 Semester One (1233)
The main focus of the research project is to undertake practical research-related activities under the direction of a supervisor. The work undertaken will be communicated by the student in the form of a research report. The research activities across the year will give students a broader experience of research and academic activities in the School of Psychology. <i>Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125 Corequisite: 45 points at Stage III or above in Psychology and Head of School approval</i>
Subject: Psychology
Restriction: PSYCH 308 To complete this course students must enrol in PSYCH 370 A and B, or PSYCH 370
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PSYCH 399

: Capstone: Communicating Psychology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Focuses on communicating psychological ideas and research using different media (e.g., podcast, short film, print media, symposia, grant proposals). Students will be required to work in groups, but to also engage in individual activities to demonstrate their own understanding of the topics explored by them and others in this course.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
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PSYCH 399

: Capstone: Communicating Psychology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Focuses on communicating psychological ideas and research using different media (e.g., podcast, short film, print media, symposia, grant proposals). Students will be required to work in groups, but to also engage in individual activities to demonstrate their own understanding of the topics explored by them and others in this course.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
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PSYCH 399

: Capstone: Communicating Psychology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Focuses on communicating psychological ideas and research using different media (e.g., podcast, short film, print media, symposia, grant proposals). Students will be required to work in groups, but to also engage in individual activities to demonstrate their own understanding of the topics explored by them and others in this course.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
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PSYCH 399

: Capstone: Communicating Psychology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Focuses on communicating psychological ideas and research using different media (e.g., podcast, short film, print media, symposia, grant proposals). Students will be required to work in groups, but to also engage in individual activities to demonstrate their own understanding of the topics explored by them and others in this course.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
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PSYCH 399

: Capstone: Communicating Psychology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Focuses on communicating psychological ideas and research using different media (e.g., podcast, short film, print media, symposia, grant proposals). Students will be required to work in groups, but to also engage in individual activities to demonstrate their own understanding of the topics explored by them and others in this course.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
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PSYCH 700

: Political Psychology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Provides an overview of the intersecting fields of psychology and political science. Seminar-based topics include personality and politics, political socialisation, voting behaviour, media effects, rational choice vs. symbolic politics, the competency of the electorate, the psychology of legitimacy, and other timely issues. Attention will be paid to the international literature, though New Zealand-based research will also be discussed.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 700

: Political Psychology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Provides an overview of the intersecting fields of psychology and political science. Seminar-based topics include personality and politics, political socialisation, voting behaviour, media effects, rational choice vs. symbolic politics, the competency of the electorate, the psychology of legitimacy, and other timely issues. Attention will be paid to the international literature, though New Zealand-based research will also be discussed.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 700

: Political Psychology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Provides an overview of the intersecting fields of psychology and political science. Seminar-based topics include personality and politics, political socialisation, voting behaviour, media effects, rational choice vs. symbolic politics, the competency of the electorate, the psychology of legitimacy, and other timely issues. Attention will be paid to the international literature, though New Zealand-based research will also be discussed.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 700

: Political Psychology
2020 Semester One (1203)
Provides an overview of the intersecting fields of psychology and political science. Seminar-based topics include personality and politics, political socialisation, voting behaviour, media effects, rational choice vs. symbolic politics, the competency of the electorate, the psychology of legitimacy, and other timely issues. Attention will be paid to the international literature, though New Zealand-based research will also be discussed.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 707

: Psychology of Offending
2023 Semester One (1233)
Covers psychological theories of crime and violence, empirical research relevant to the assessment and treatment of youth and adult offending, with particular emphasis on violent and sexual offending, and the range of roles for psychologists in forensic and correctional settings such as prisons, community and forensic psychiatric hospitals.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 707

: Psychology of Offending
2022 Semester One (1223)
Covers psychological theories of crime and violence, empirical research relevant to the assessment and treatment of youth and adult offending, with particular emphasis on violent and sexual offending, and the range of roles for psychologists in forensic and correctional settings such as prisons, community and forensic psychiatric hospitals.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 707

: Forensic Psychology
2020 Semester One (1203)
Covers psychological theories of crime and violence, empirical research relevant to the assessment and treatment of youth and adult offenders, with particular emphasis on violent and sexual offenders, and the range of roles for clinical psychologists in forensic and correctional settings such as prisons, community and forensic psychiatric hospitals.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 708A

: Clinical Neuropsychology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Consists of: an introduction to neuroanatomy and neuropathology, seminars on the major areas of neuropsychological dysfunction, introduction to community-used test materials and theoretical issues of neuropsychological assessment, neuropsychological dysfunction, individual assessment and individual case studies.
Subject: Psychology
To complete this course students must enrol in PSYCH 708 A and B
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PSYCH 708A

: Clinical Neuropsychology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Consists of: an introduction to neuroanatomy and neuropathology, seminars on the major areas of neuropsychological dysfunction, introduction to community-used test materials and theoretical issues of neuropsychological assessment, neuropsychological dysfunction, individual assessment and individual case studies.
Subject: Psychology
To complete this course students must enrol in PSYCH 708 A and B
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PSYCH 708A

: Clinical Neuropsychology
2020 Semester One (1203)
Consists of: an introduction to neuroanatomy and neuropathology, seminars on the major areas of neuropsychological dysfunction, introduction to community-used test materials and theoretical issues of neuropsychological assessment, neuropsychological dysfunction, individual assessment and individual case studies.
Subject: Psychology
To complete this course students must enrol in PSYCH 708 A and B
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PSYCH 714

: Cognitive Neuroscience
2023 Semester One (1233)
An advanced seminar on cognitive neuroscience. Topics may include: neuroanatomy, neuroimaging methodologies, neurological and developmental disorders, and the organisation of higher cognitive functions such as attention, language, memory and executive functions. Emphasis will be placed on current developments relevant to the understanding of human psychological processes.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 714

: Cognitive Neuroscience
2022 Semester One (1223)
An advanced seminar on cognitive neuroscience. Topics may include: neuroanatomy, neuroimaging methodologies, neurological and developmental disorders, and the organisation of higher cognitive functions such as attention, language, memory and executive functions. Emphasis will be placed on current developments relevant to the understanding of human psychological processes.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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PSYCH 715

: Psychology and Sustainability
2023 Semester One (1233)
Human behaviour and thinking is central to both the sustainability problem and viable solutions. This course considers the psychological barriers to thinking and acting sustainably and how theories and research on emotions, modelling, identity, belonging, moral development and the evolution of cooperation can be applied to overcome these barriers. There will be particular emphasis on how to develop 'sustainability consciousness' in individuals and organisations.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions