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Course 1

Social Psychology

Our two Psychology courses take quite different approaches to important questions about how people think individually and together.

Our first course is based on a popular Oxford undergraduate option of Social Psychology and over the course of the programme, students will explore five key areas of this fascinating area to understand how and why groups of people think and act together, including intergroup conflict, and how it can be reduced, the sources of traditional and cyber bullying, the nature and malfunctions of obedience, how economic decisions are socially influenced, and when and how people behave prosocially

Course 2

Skills and Statistics for Psychologists

Psychology is a science, and as such research methods and statistical skills are central to both the understanding and practicing of Psychology. This course is based on undergraduate research methods and statistics courses. Over the course of two weeks, students will explore different research methods and learn about how to design studies, common issues in experimental design, statistical analysis techniques and open science practices.

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Subject Tutors

Dr Danielle Shore,

Queen’s College, Oxford

Danielle Shore completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Bangor University, where she remained to do her Masters in Psychological Research and PhD in Social Neuroscience. Danielle started in Oxford as a postdoctural researcher in 2014 and was appointed Departmental Lecturer in Experimental Psychology and College Lecturer in Statistics at Queen’s College in October 2017.

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