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Experimental Psychology

An interactive course providing an insight into the world of experimental psychology, its history and methodologies
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Last updated 6/2016
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What Will I Learn?
To gain a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and processes of Experimental Psychology
To establish whether Experimental Psychology is for you
To learn how to design your own psychological experiment
To broaden your knowledge base in order to support your application
To enable students to discuss with confidence the fundamental principles of Experimental Psychology
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  • Fluent/advanced level of English required
  • No specific previous knowledge is required for this course although an interest in psychology will come in handy!
  • Students should take notes as they work through the course to aid their memory and understanding of the course

Course Synopsis

If you have ever wondered what makes you, “you”, or about the relationship between the “mind” and the brain, or what consciousness is, or how visual illusions fool our mind, then you may be interested in the study of experimental psychology.

The course is designed to give students a basic overview of the study of experimental psychology at university, looking at the major areas that constitute an experimental psychology degree. The fascinating case studies looked at in this course – such as the mysterious case of Phineas Gage, the American railway worker who survived an iron bar passing through his brain – will provide great material to help you in your application or simply provide an insight into a fascinating area of study.

What's Included?

This courses consists of 4 X e-tutorials - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 30 minutes to complete. Regular quizzes and exams ensure that students can check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online through Udemy – once you’ve chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away.

How Does it Work?

The course is broken down into e-tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 30 minutes to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics - chapters. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student.

Why Take this Course?

This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying psychology, medicine, and related subjects at university, exploring a range of academic theory and practical methods.

Who is the target audience?
  • For students thinking of applying to study psychology at university
  • For anyone with an interest in the workings of the human mind
  • This course provides students with a thorough introduction to the field of experimental psychology
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 26 Lectures Collapse All 26 Lectures 01:48:11
What is Experimental Psychology?
4 Lectures 21:53

Psychology is just common sense... or is it?
5 questions

Chapter 2: Science vs Common Sense

Chapter 3: Studying Experimental Psychology

A quick quiz to test your understanding of the topics covered in tutorial 1

Tutorial 1 Exam
5 questions
A Brief History
11 Lectures 30:44
Tutorial 2 Introduction

Chapter 1: A Long History but a Short Past

Match the description to the correct philosopher!

Philosophers and Their Beliefs
5 questions

Chapter 2: 2000 Years Later, Part 1

Decide if these views are primarily 'nature', 'nurture' or both

Nature Vs Nurture
4 questions

Chapter 2 Part 2

Try this example of the sort of experiment Wundt advocated

Preview 01:22

Chapter 2 Part 3

Chapter 2 Part 4

Chapter 3: Testing Observable Behaviour, Part 1

Chapter 3 Part 2

Tutorial 2 Conclusion

A quick quiz to test your understanding of the topics covered in tutorial 2

Tutorial 2 Exam
5 questions
Research Methods
6 Lectures 25:10

Chapter 1: Experimental Methods

Chapter 2: Experimental Methods Continued

Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of some of the key concepts covered so far

Variables and Subjects
6 questions

Chapter 3: Ethics

Tutorial 3 Conclusion

A quick quiz to check your understanding of the material covered in tutorial 3

Tutorial 3
5 questions
Experimental Psychology in the 21st Century
5 Lectures 30:24

Chapter 1: New Methods

Chapter 2: Cognitive Neuroscience

Test your knowledge with this quick quiz

Quick Quiz
3 questions

Chapter 3: Cognitive Neuropsychology

Chapter 4: Computer Modelling

A quick quiz to test your understanding of the material covered in tutorial 4

Tutorial 4 Exam
5 questions
Final Exam
0 Lectures 00:00

This final exam will test your understanding of all of the material covered in the past 4 tutorials. Make sure to revise thoroughly before you begin, and good luck!

Final Exam
10 questions
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