Growing demand for Psychology graduates post COVID-19 world
This webinar took place Wednesday 5 August 2020.
Have you ever wondered what Psychology is and what impact it has on so many aspects of our lives? We often think that Psychology is just about understanding or treating mental health concerns but it is so much more than that.
Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour, the brain and its effects on the way we act and why. Psychology allows you to become an expert in human behaviour and to use those skills to make a positive impact on the lives of others. Think about artificial intelligence (AI) and driverless cars; supporting learning and social cohesion; building workplace resilience and changes to business processes as well as overall health and well being – psychology is a central component of their development.
Join Professor Kristen Pammer, who is Head of the School of Psychology in the Faculty of Science at the University of Newcastle who will be covering why studying Psychology is important and why those skills are needed more than ever in a changing world.
This webinar is for students from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.Bachelor of Psychological Science Find out more
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