Department of Psychology
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.
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" We're very much community-led and we have a very warm and welcoming environment. We also have some leading experts in their field and some very passionate and dedicated professionals, who are there to pass on information via their research and their teaching."
Dr Liz Blagrove
Teaching Fellow in Psychology
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 development pathways leading to psychopathology, social and emotional development, infant regulatory problems and parenting.
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Informing Development of Credit Card Related Legislation
Prof Neil Stewart has taken the phenomenon of "cognitive anchoring" and applied it to consumer's attitudes towards debt repayment. Stewart found that including minimum payment information on credit card statements acted as a low cognitive anchor and reduced the size of repayments paid. He found that changing the size of the minimum payment matters too, larger minimum payments are associated with a higher probability of repaying the bill in full.