School of Psychology

Modules - current academic year

TitleCodeTerms taught
FHEQ Level 3 (sub-degree)
Applied PsychologyC8502Autumn Semester
Psychology: Health & Clinical AC8501Autumn Semester
Psychology: Health and Clinical BC8501BSpring Semester
Social PsychologyC8502BSpring Semester
FHEQ Level 4
Cognition in Clinical ContextsC8508Autumn Semester
Individuals and GroupsC8510Autumn Semester
Psychology as a scienceC8511Autumn Semester
Analysing dataC8891Spring Semester
PsychobiologyC8003Spring Semester
Psychology of ChildhoodC8813Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 5
Cognitive PsychologyC8551Autumn Semester
Developmental PsychologyC8546Autumn Semester
Discovering StatisticsC8552Autumn Semester
Professional Placement Year (Type A)C8900Autumn & Spring Teaching
Professional Placement Year (Type B)C8901Autumn & Spring Teaching
Brain and BehaviourC8518Spring Semester
Clinical Psychology and Mental HealthC8512Spring Semester
Quantitative and Qualitative MethodsC8300Spring Semester
Social PsychologyC8035Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 6
Biological Psychology of Mental HealthC8504Autumn Semester
Caring and HelpingC8014Autumn Semester
Cognitive NeuroscienceC8517Autumn Semester
Depression in AdolescentsC8902Autumn Semester
Distraction, daydreaming and diversityC8895Autumn Semester
Educational PsychologyC8899Autumn Semester
Health PsychologyC8017Autumn Semester
Living Well: Exploring Self-FocusC8852Autumn Semester
Perspectives on PsychologyC8840Autumn Semester
Psych of the Family: Beyond AttachmentC8549Autumn Semester
Psychology of CrowdsC8817Autumn Semester
Psychology of SleepC8905Autumn Semester
Science of MemoryC8853Autumn Semester
Self RegulationC8894Autumn Semester
Social Cognitive DevelopmentC8045Autumn Semester
The Psychology of Exercise and WellbeingC8849Autumn Semester
Understanding Clinical PsychologyC8524Autumn Semester
Research DissertationC8824Autumn & Spring Teaching
Advanced Topics in PsychologyC8525Spring Semester
Autism Across the LifespanC8903Spring Semester
Clinical Psychology in PracticeC8002Spring Semester
Conscious and Unconscious Mental ProcessC8828Spring Semester
Contemporary Topics in Child DevelopmentC8851Spring Semester
Drugs, Brain and BehaviourC8528Spring Semester
How Children Learn to CommunicateC8823Spring Semester
Manipulating MindsC8904Spring Semester
Mind and BrainC8850Spring Semester
Nature and Nurture of Mental HealthC8896Spring Semester
Organisational PsychologyC8041Spring Semester
Positive PsychologyC8892Spring Semester
Psy Perspectives on Self & IdentityC8027Spring Semester
The Psychology of InequalityC8898Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 7 (Masters)
Conceptual perspectives on kindness andD4KW01Dist Learn Block 4
Measuring kindness and wellbeing: methodD5KW02Dist Learn Block 5
An Adventure in Statistics976C8Autumn Semester
Classic and Contemporary Social Psy306C8Autumn Semester
Clinical Skills: practitioner919C8Autumn Semester
Cognitive Psychology (Masters)809C8Autumn Semester
Contemporary Issues in Clinical Psych912C8Autumn Semester
Developmental Psychology (Masters)928C8Autumn Semester
Ethics, Philosophy and Methods301C8Autumn Semester
Fndmtls of Therapeautic Int with CYP996C8Autumn Semester
Fundamentals of CBT406C8Autumn Semester
Fundamentals of Mental Health Care989C8Autumn Semester
Mental Health in an Educational Context985C8Autumn Semester
Models, Psychopathology & Legis CYP995C8Autumn Semester
Principles of Supervision401C8Autumn Semester
Promoting Psy Knowledge Supervision402C8Autumn Semester
Research Skills in Psychology307C8Autumn Semester
Social Neuroscience994C8Autumn Semester
Topics in Cognitive Neuroscience901C8Autumn Semester
CBT for Anxiety (Complex Difficulties)400C8Autumn & Spring Teaching
CBT for Depression(Complex Difficulties)403C8Autumn & Spring Teaching
Co-ordinating Care & Managing a Caseload986C8Autumn & Spring Teaching
The Research Process973C8Autumn & Spring Teaching
Ways of Understanding Mental Health990C8Autumn & Spring Teaching
CBT Supervised Practice907C8DAll Year Teaching
CBT Supervised Practice907C8All Year Teaching
Advanced Research Methods for Occ Psych103C8Spring Semester
Advanced Research Skills in Psychology304C8Spring Semester
Adv Research Methods Clinical Psychology977C8Spring Semester
Adv Research Methods in Cog Neuroscience980C8Spring Semester
Adv Statistical Methods in Psychology978C8Spring Semester
Applying Psychology in Business305C8Spring Semester
Brain and Behaviour (Masters)922C8Spring Semester
Clinical Psychology and Mental Health926C8Spring Semester
Clinical Psychology in Action914C8Spring Semester
Facilitating Therapeutic Processes404C8Spring Semester
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging954C8Spring Semester
Neuroscience of Consciousness993C8Spring Semester
Recovery, Collaboration and Partnership991C8Spring Semester
Research Methods in Clinical Psychology916C8Spring Semester
Social Psychology (Masters)966C8Spring Semester
Structural Equation Modelling975C8Spring Semester
Supervising EMHP/CWP Practice405C8Spring Semester
Therapeutic Eng, Ass and Int with CYP997C8Spring Semester
The Social Psychology of Organizations108C8Spring Semester
Treatment Models and their Evaluation913C8Spring Semester
Working with Wider Family987C8Spring Semester
CBT for Anxiety (Advanced)409C8Spring & Summer Teaching
CBT for Anxiety (Advanced)409C8DSpring & Summer Teaching
CBT for Children and Adolescents 1983C8DSpring & Summer Teaching
CBT for Children and Adolescents 2982C8DSpring & Summer Teaching
CBT for Depression (Advanced)410C8Spring & Summer Teaching
CBT for Depression (Advanced)410C8DSpring & Summer Teaching
EMHP Supervised Skills and Practice988C8Spring & Summer Teaching
Empirical Project in Consumer Psychology309C8Spring & Summer Teaching
Informed Interventions for CYP998C8Spring & Summer Teaching
Research Dissertation935C8Spring & Summer Teaching
Therapeutic Tools for the Practitioner992C8Spring & Summer Teaching

Please note that the University will use all reasonable endeavours to deliver courses and modules in accordance with the descriptions set out here. However, the University keeps its courses and modules under review with the aim of enhancing quality. Some changes may therefore be made to the form or content of courses or modules shown as part of the normal process of curriculum management.

The University reserves the right to make changes to the contents or methods of delivery of, or to discontinue, merge or combine modules, if such action is reasonably considered necessary by the University. If there are not sufficient student numbers to make a module viable, the University reserves the right to cancel such a module. If the University withdraws or discontinues a module, it will use its reasonable endeavours to provide a suitable alternative module.