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Online Psychology Diploma Course
Pay QR59 instead of QR960
- Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions. It is specifically interested in how behaviour is affected in certain contexts. It also seeks to understand and explain emotional, mental characteristics and attitudes in a person or within a group.
- The course presumes no prior knowledge of the subject and will provide you with an amazing and interesting insight into this informative profession.
- Fast track your career with the knowledge, insight and information you will learn by completing this course.
- It will enhance your own experience in life.
- Enjoy the convenience of studying from anywhere at any time, using any device.
- Study online at your own pace and in your own time.
- At the end of each unit there is a multiple choice question assessment, which is a great way to help you remember the main points of each lesson and confirmation that you have retained the essential knowledge.
- Once you have successfully completed all the modules for your course, you will be awarded an endorsed diploma.
- You can access the fascinating and instructive videos on any internet enabled device at any time you like – there’s no timetable to stick to so you can work your way through the course at your own pace.
- Learn through a variety of resources that you can print, repeat, fast-forward and rewind to process at your own pace.
- This course is perfectly structured to teach you how to combine fabrics and patterns using basic equipment to create your very own stylish garments.
- Access the complete course content via computer or smartphone using a web browser.
- 12 months unlimited access to everything.
- Technical support available 24/5 via email, telephone and online chat.
Learn the intricate details of human behavior with 94% off!
Key Learning Points
Units of Study
- What is Psychology?
- Different Approaches to Psychology
- Research in Psychology
- Signs of Emotion
- Theories of Emotion
- Stress and Anxiety
- Sensation and Perception
- Factors Affecting Perception
- How Do We Remember?
- Remembering and Forgetting
- The Reliability of Memory
- Classical and Operant Conditioning
- Applications of Classical and Operant Conditioning
- Other Kinds of Learning
- Parent–Child Interaction
- Attachment and Separation
- Sexual Development and Gender Identity
- Impressions of People
- Prejudice and Discrimination
- Reducing Prejudice
- Social Pressure on the Individual
- Group Norms and Conformity
- Conformity to Roles and Obedience
On completion of this course you will:
- Gain an understanding of the different areas of psychology and learn the characteristics of psychology indicating the levels of relevance.
- Explore how a psychiatrist uses different levels of explanations and identify how comparative psychology and animal psychology vary as well as discover the important points of cognitive psychology.
- Examine the different types of sampling.
- Identify the characteristics and theories of emotion and understand the system linking the mind to the body in an emotional system.
- Explore the psychologists who challenged the view that physiological changes are caused by emotions whilst identifying the psychologists who objected to the work of the above.
- Recognise stress and the ways in which it can be controlled, learn of the psychological reactions to stress as well as psychological reactions to stress.
- Discover the characteristics of perception and learn of the effect of motivation on visual perception.
- Identify and evaluate the various memory processes as well as examine the difference between short and long-term memor.
- Investigate the type of people who might benefit from behaviour modification, looking at the different forms of learning, and their implications in society.
- Evaluate the techniques used to condition animals to schedules of reinforcement.
- Understand the Nature/Nurture debate and identify the evidence that shows human behaviour is innate.
- Examine the characteristics of attachment and establish what is necessary to bring about the feeling of attachment.
- Analyse the difference between sexual and gender identity and identify the factors that influence each of them.
- Explore the concept of perception and understand the way in which we form impressions of other people, Explore how impression formation studies can be applied to our daily lives.
- Study strategies for reducing prejudice and look at ways in which behavioural components of prejudice can emerge as well as recognise the consequences.
- Examine and discuss social influence showing the “bystander” effect and establish what affects our ability to perform well or to be decisive when we are with other people.
- Identify studies that have been carried out on the audience and bystander effect.
- Understand how the group majority influences the formation of norms and conformity to roles and expectations, and learn how roles conform to expectations, as well as evaluate the strategies used in modifying negative expectations.