Psychology - XM0033


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What is psychology?

Psychology is concerned with a wide range of phenomena, including remembering and forgetting, thinking, problem-solving, learning, acquiring skills, language, seeing and hearing, verbal and non-verbal communication, social interactions and emotions. It focuses on understanding biological, social and environmental influences on people and societies.

Why study psychology?

You’ll benefit from one of the best scientist practitioner models of psychological education Australia has to offer, emerging with a deep insight into the human mind, and a suite of highly valued professional skills that can be applied to any field of work.

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Focus Locations
Major Note Clayton
Extended Major Note Clayton
Minor Note Clayton

Please note: Clayton Students from Caulfield may enrol in these units, which are held at Clayton campus. Additionally, the Extended APAC accredited major is restricted to certain courses.