You will make the most of our range of industry-leading connections during your placement module, including institutions such as Great Ormond Hospital School, St Georges Hospital, Priory Hospital, Institute of Psychiatry, Institute of Education, University College London, Holloway Prison, and the Metropolitan Police.
You will have the opportunity to learn practices at the forefront of the industry in our state-of-the-art bio analytical laboratories for teaching and research, as well as counselling practice rooms.
The versatility of the skills picked up in a psychology degree could lead to careers as counsellors, social workers, psychologist, teachers and academics or pursue careers in areas such as law, business management, clinical health or education.
Learn from leading researchers in cognitive, neuropsychology and neuroscience and benefit from access to our state-of-the-art bioanalytical laboratories, including virtual reality labs.
Set your sights on postgraduate study to specialise in your chosen subject area with teaching staff who regularly advise on government policy.
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Our research shows that the decline of long-term ‘implicit memory’, including skills like riding a bike, happens less than decline in other forms of memory as a person gets older. We tested the memory of 1,000 people for the findings which are important in understanding how human memory works and how to deal with memory decline.
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More than 1,000 people had their memory tested during the research project at London's Science Museum
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