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PSYCH 202

: Biopsychology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Provides a basic introduction to the structure and function of the brain, neuropsychology, and genetic and hormonal influences on behaviour. This course includes a compulsory laboratory component.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I Psychology or 15 points from BIOSCI 101, 103
2227

PSYCH 203

: Learning and Behaviour
2024 Semester Two (1245)
A consideration of the environmental factors that control and modify animal (including human) behaviour. Generally, an experimental laboratory approach is taken, and quantitative theories are stressed. Topics include: classical and operant conditioning, theories of reinforcement, the stimulus control of operant behaviour, behavioural analyses of problem solving, concept learning and language, choice, self control, remembering and experimental design. This course includes a compulsory laboratory component.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology or 15 points from BIOSCI 101, 103
2228

PSYCH 203

: Learning and Behaviour
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A consideration of the environmental factors that control and modify animal (including human) behaviour. Generally, an experimental laboratory approach is taken, and quantitative theories are stressed. Topics include: classical and operant conditioning, theories of reinforcement, the stimulus control of operant behaviour, behavioural analyses of problem solving, concept learning and language, choice, self control, remembering and experimental design. This course includes a compulsory laboratory component.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology or 15 points from BIOSCI 101, 103
2229

PSYCH 203

: Learning and Behaviour
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A consideration of the environmental factors that control and modify animal (including human) behaviour. Generally, an experimental laboratory approach is taken, and quantitative theories are stressed. Topics include: classical and operant conditioning, theories of reinforcement, the stimulus control of operant behaviour, behavioural analyses of problem solving, concept learning and language, choice, self control, remembering and experimental design. This course includes a compulsory laboratory component.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I Psychology or 15 points from BIOSCI 101, 103
2230

PSYCH 203

: Learning and Behaviour
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A consideration of the environmental factors that control and modify animal (including human) behaviour. Generally, an experimental laboratory approach is taken, and quantitative theories are stressed. Topics include: classical and operant conditioning, theories of reinforcement, the stimulus control of operant behaviour, behavioural analyses of problem solving, concept learning and language, choice, self control, remembering and experimental design. This course includes a compulsory laboratory component.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I Psychology or 15 points from BIOSCI 101, 103
2231

PSYCH 204

: Social Psychology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Focuses on humans as social beings. Covers topics such as social cognition, attitudes, group processes, interpersonal relationships, and language communication. The course may include participation in and completion of a research project.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology
2232

PSYCH 204

: Social Psychology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Focuses on humans as social beings. Covers topics such as social cognition, attitudes, group processes, interpersonal relationships, and language communication. The course may include participation in and completion of a research project.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology
2233

PSYCH 204

: Social Psychology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Focuses on humans as social beings. Covers topics such as social cognition, attitudes, group processes, interpersonal relationships, and language communication. The course may include participation in and completion of a research project.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I Psychology
2234

PSYCH 204

: Social Psychology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Focuses on humans as social beings. Covers topics such as social cognition, attitudes, group processes, interpersonal relationships, and language communication. The course may include participation in and completion of a research project.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I Psychology
2235

PSYCH 204

: Social Psychology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Focuses on humans as social beings. Covers topics such as social cognition, attitudes, group processes, interpersonal relationships, and language communication. The course may include participation in and completion of a research project.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I Psychology
2236

PSYCH 207

: Theories of Personality and Development
2024 Semester One (1243)
The major personality theories are presented including: Behavioural, Cognitive, Social-Cognitive, Psychodynamic, Humanistic/Phenomenological, Trait/Dispositional and Biological/Evolutionary. The hypotheses generated by these theories, about development from early childhood onwards and about 'normal' and 'abnormal' behaviour, will be discussed and evaluated in terms of empirical evidence and utility. Attention will be paid to cultural issues of relevance in a New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology
2237

PSYCH 207

: Theories of Personality and Development
2023 Semester One (1233)
The major personality theories are presented including: Behavioural, Cognitive, Social-Cognitive, Psychodynamic, Humanistic/Phenomenological, Trait/Dispositional and Biological/Evolutionary. The hypotheses generated by these theories, about development from early childhood onwards and about 'normal' and 'abnormal' behaviour, will be discussed and evaluated in terms of empirical evidence and utility. Attention will be paid to cultural issues of relevance in a New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology
2238

PSYCH 207

: Theories of Personality and Development
2022 Semester One (1223)
The major personality theories are presented including: Behavioural, Cognitive, Social-Cognitive, Psychodynamic, Humanistic/Phenomenological, Trait/Dispositional and Biological/Evolutionary. The hypotheses generated by these theories, about development from early childhood onwards and about 'normal' and 'abnormal' behaviour, will be discussed and evaluated in terms of empirical evidence and utility. Attention will be paid to cultural issues of relevance in a New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology
2239

PSYCH 207

: Theories of Personality and Development
2021 Semester One (1213)
The major personality theories are presented including: Behavioural, Cognitive, Social-Cognitive, Psychodynamic, Humanistic/Phenomenological, Trait/Dispositional and Biological/Evolutionary. The hypotheses generated by these theories, about development from early childhood onwards and about 'normal' and 'abnormal' behaviour, will be discussed and evaluated in terms of empirical evidence and utility. Attention will be paid to cultural issues of relevance in a New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology
2240

PSYCH 207

: Theories of Personality and Development
2020 Semester One (1203)
The major personality theories are presented including: Behavioural, Cognitive, Social-Cognitive, Psychodynamic, Humanistic/Phenomenological, Trait/Dispositional and Biological/Evolutionary. The hypotheses generated by these theories, about development from early childhood onwards and about 'normal' and 'abnormal' behaviour, will be discussed and evaluated in terms of empirical evidence and utility. Attention will be paid to cultural issues of relevance in a New Zealand context.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Psychology
2241

PSYCH 211

: Psychology for Society
2024 Academic Year Term (1241)
Examines what we do and can know in psychology, and why and how we know it, including philosophy of science, methodology, ethics, research outcomes, and particular methods. Embeds a focus on the cultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand within which psychological knowledge is applied. Introduces broad content in preparation for more advanced study.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2242

PSYCH 211

: Psychology for Society
2023 Academic Year Term (1231)
Examines what we do and can know in psychology, and why and how we know it, including philosophy of science, methodology, ethics, research outcomes, and particular methods. Embeds a focus on the cultural context of Āotearoa/New Zealand within which psychological knowledge is applied. Introduces broad content in preparation for more advanced study.
Subject: Psychology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2243

PSYCH 300

: Applied Psychology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Discusses psychological issues relating to illnesses and well-being of people in the workplace. Consideration will be given both to the theoretical models which have been developed and to the types of methodology used in their investigation. Emphasis is given to the interplay between science and practice.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
2244

PSYCH 300

: Applied Psychology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Discusses psychological issues relating to illnesses and well-being of people in the workplace. Consideration will be given both to the theoretical models which have been developed and to the types of methodology used in their investigation. Emphasis is given to the interplay between science and practice.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
2245

PSYCH 300

: Applied Psychology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Discusses psychological issues relating to illnesses and well-being of people in the workplace. Consideration will be given both to the theoretical models which have been developed and to the types of methodology used in their investigation. Emphasis is given to the interplay between science and practice.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
2246

PSYCH 300

: Applied Psychology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Discusses psychological issues relating to illnesses and well-being of people in the workplace. Consideration will be given both to the theoretical models which have been developed and to the types of methodology used in their investigation. Emphasis is given to the interplay between science and practice.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
2247

PSYCH 303

: Cognitive Science
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Provides an introduction to cognitive science and cognitive neuroscience. Topics covered include: visual and auditory perception, attention, memory, thinking and problem-solving. Participation in the laboratory component of this course is compulsory.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
2248

PSYCH 303

: Cognitive Science
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Provides an introduction to cognitive science and cognitive neuroscience. Topics covered include: visual and auditory perception, attention, memory, thinking and problem-solving. Participation in the laboratory component of this course is compulsory.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
2249

PSYCH 303

: Cognitive Science
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Provides an introduction to cognitive science and cognitive neuroscience. Topics covered include: visual and auditory perception, attention, memory, thinking and problem-solving. Participation in the laboratory component of this course is compulsory.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125
2250

PSYCH 305

: Human Neuroscience
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Covers material relating to the neural basis of cognitive processes, including perception, attention, memory and language. Students will be introduced to different methods of inferring mind-brain relations in normal and neurologically-impaired individuals, and different ways of conceptualising mind-brain relations, such as connectionism and modularism.
Subject: Psychology
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in Psychology and 15 points from STATS 100-125, or MEDSCI 206 or PHYSIOL 220