Arden Virtual Taster Week - Psychology

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Arden University brings you Taster Week! In this Psychology Taster Session, Psychology Programme Team Leader Dr Matthew Hall will give an overview of Psychology at Arden University, followed by a Taster Activity on Research Methods of Psychology to give you an insight to life as an Arden Psychology student.
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Mon 20 July 2020 - 13:30 to 14:30

Arden University brings you Taster Week! In this Psychology Taster Session, Psychology Programme Team Leader Dr Matthew Hall will give an overview of Psychology at Arden University, covering:
- Modules
- Assessments
- Skills Gained
- Entry Requirements
- BPS Accreditation
- Careers Opportunities

Psychology Lecturer James Bartlett will also be running a Taster Activity on Research Methods of Psychology to give you an insight to life as an Arden Psychology student. There will also be another taster activity which we will announce soon. There will be an option to put your questions to Matthew & James if you have any questions about our Psychology courses.

About the speakers:

Dr Matthew Hall is the Programme Leader for Psychology and Associate Academic at the University of Derby, and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has taught on a number of different modules on both BSc and MSc psychology programmes at Arden University and other HE institutions. As an interdisciplinary scholar he has worked on public, private and not-for-profit research projects. He actively publishes, and his research publications have focused on: men and masculinity; men’s body image; substance misuse for body and cognitive enhancement; disability and sexual desires and preferences; online sexual violences, abuses and violations, and their transnationalisations. He is also an Editor for the Journal of Gender Studies, a consultant for industry, and regularly works with the media.

James is just finishing his PhD at Coventry University where he studied daily and non-daily smokers. At Arden University, James is a lecturer in psychology and leads undergraduate and postgraduate modules on research methods. James specialises in quantitative research methods with experience in statistical programming (R and Python) and psychophysiology (EEG). His research focuses on addictive behaviour, in addition to other projects on the psychology of religion and prosocial behaviour.


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