In General on PhD courses
The third-cycle education (doctoral) in psychology that ends in a doctoral degree includes a course block including 90 higher university credits (HE=hp), which must be divided into 30 hp devoted to methodology and 60 hp of courses pertaining to the subject.
The mandatory methodology courses as well as the subject courses (see below) are given with specific intervals, but deviations may occur. Other temporary courses may also be given by the department.
The selectable courses (reading courses, methodological courses and individual in-depth study courses) may be acquired either at the department or elsewhere (other universities etc.).
It is expected that the theoretical subject courses will be selected in consultation with the supervisor so that they encompass a wider theoretical span than the specific dissertation subject.
There are still yet no course plans for all courses. The description of the courses will successively be completed when the respective course will be given.
Mandatory Course in Methodology
- General Research Methodology: Design, Data and Analysis, 22.5 credits
Consists of two courses:
- General Research Methodology: Design and Analysis, 15 credits
- General Research Methodology: Theory and Methods for Psychological Measurement, 7.5 credits
Selectable Courses in Methodology
- Introduction to Cognitive Models, 7.5 credits
- MATLAB for Psychology Research I, 7.5 credits
- MATLAB for Psychology Research II, 7.5 credits
- Psychometrics I: Classical Test Theory, 7.5 credits
- Social Perception and Eye Tracking, 7.5 credits
Selectable Courses within the Subject of Psychology
- Advanced Seminars, 7.5 credits
- Affective and Cognitive Neuropsychology, 7.5 credits
- Biological Psychology, 7.5 credits
- Clinical Psychology: Functional Analysis and Single Subject Design, 7.5 credits
- Cognitive Psychology I, 7.5 credits
- Cognitive Psychology II, 7.5 credits
- Developmental Psychology, 7.5 credits
- Perceptual Psychology, 7.5 credits
- Personality Psychology I, 7.5 credits
- Personality Psychology II, 7.5 credits
- Social Psychology, 7.5 credits
- Academic Writing for Psychology, 7.5 credits
- Behavioral Genetics, 7.5 credits
- Introduction to Research Ethics, 2.5 credits
- A Practical Introduction to Bayesian Statistics, 7.5 credits
- Discovering Statistics using SPSS, 7.5 credits
(part-time 25%; during spring and autumn 2014, begins March 10)
Courses Next Semester
The following courses are planned for srping 2019:
- Perceptual Psychology
- Biological Psychology
- A Social Science Introduction to Bayesian Statistics
Register and ask for information by e-mail to Annika Landgren.