Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology

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Why study psychology at Goldsmiths?

We’re eclectic

We offer the British Psychology Society accredited courses – so you’re on the road to a professional qualification by the time you graduate – but you can also choose from diverse options including cognitive neuroscience and anomalistic psychology so you graduate with an ‘intellectually stimulating’ degree (National Student Survey 2011).

We’re hands-on and on hand

You’ll train in psychology’s core research methods, design your own studies, carry out statistical analyses and learn how to promote your knowledge in public, but you’ll also get support across all these areas through one-to-one mentoring, small group and lab sessions. Plus there’s a dedicated technical team to help you make use of our on-site facilities.

We’re out in the world

From how sound sells brands to bullying in schools, we investigate and conduct research in a range of sectors and industries so you’ll see how psychological research informs and influences the world outside – whether it’s an advertising agency, a bank or the BBC. And from the first term you’ll be thinking about how to apply your skills in practice.

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  • We're delighted to announce that our PhD student, Kelly Jakubowski has won the ESCOM/SEMPRE Early Career Researcher award for her paper entitled 'How fast is the music in your head? Tracking the tempo of involuntary musical imagery in everyday life'. Kelly is supervised by Professor Lauren Stewart.
  • Congratulations to our MSc student, Pedro Kirk, who is working with Professor Lauren Stewart and Dr Mick Grierson to build digital musical interfaces for stroke rehabilitation. Pedro has won first prize in the student research competition of the CHI 2015 conference in Seoul, Korea.
  • Congratulations to Fiona Gabbert on the award of a grant from the ESRC Knowledge-exchange opportunities scheme, for her project 'Promoting justice: Professionalising frontline policing with an evidence-based Structured Interview Protocol'.
  • Congratulations to Rebecca Charlton who has been awarded a grant from the Dunhill Medical Trust for her project 'Exploring the effects of tDCS on mood in health aging'.

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