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View all Part time MSc Programs in Cognitive Psychology in United Kingdom 2019

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Top-up to MSc in Advanced CBT Practice (Resilience and Positive Development)

London South Bank University
Campus Part-time 1 year January 2020 United Kingdom London

The MSc Top-up Advanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practice (Resilience and Positive Development) is a researcher-practitioner degree aimed at those high-intensity IAPT practitioners who want to develop a career in research and academia. It provides you with a platform to occupy senior management positions in the NHS and healthcare organizations.

MSc in Advanced CBT Practice (Resilience and Positive Development)

London South Bank University
Campus Part-time 3 years January 2020 United Kingdom London

The MSc Advanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practice (Resilience and Positive Development) is a researcher-practitioner degree aimed at those who want to develop a career in research and academia. It provides you with a platform to occupy senior management positions in the NHS and healthcare organizations.

MSc Cognitive Psychology

Keele University
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 5 years September 2019 United Kingdom Keele + 1 more

Cognitive Psychology is a fascinating area of psychology that is relevant to a range of problems in the modern world. For instance, how do mobile phones distract attention during driving? What factors influence our purchasing decisions? What are the effects of brain injury and ageing on cognition and behaviour? Cognitive psychologists use techniques from psychology and cognitive neuroscience to address these and other issues and can have careers in academic, military, and industry research or, with additional clinical training, work with patients suffering from cognitive limitations arising from brain injury.