I'm in my 2nd year of Psychology here at Warwick. My favourite aspect of the course is its youth. Psychology is still in its infancy within the world of science which means that it's susceptible to question and nothing is set in stone; we are always at the cutting edge of the subject.
Tue 02 Dec '14
13:00: Visiting Speaker. Jerome Busemeyer, Indiana University. Can quantum probability theory provide a new foundation for understanding human judgment and decision making ?
17:30: Pub quiz and Christmas Party
Thu 04 Dec '14
'Studying Psychology at Warwick will involve you being taught by people who are experts in their fields, passionate about the subject, engaged in research and keen to pass on that passion and interest'
Dr Martin Skinner
Director of Undergraduate Studies
This course offers training in the growing area of decision science and behavioural economics. Emphasising theoretical foundations and real-world application, it's relevant for those intending to work in business, public policy or research.
Professor Dieter Wolke's research focuses on pathways leading to psychopathology.
This video summarises our recent research on “the long shadow of bullying” funded by the ESRC.
Precursors and Consequences of Bullying Study Blog
The effects of preterm birth on child development
Prof Dieter Wolke has led research into the long-term health effects of prenatal exposure to stress and preterm birth. This research has influenced international medical guidelines and educational recommendations for babies born preterm, informed European political debate on healthcare policy, and influenced UK policy on the education of children born preterm.