The master's degree in Psychology is a continuation and extension of a bachelor's degree. The training centres on human behaviour and human perception. First and foremost, you record personal and environmental information that cause, influence and steer the human behaviour with the objective of understanding, explaining and predicting this behaviour. 'Behaviour' has a broad meaning to psychologists. For example, in a psychological sense behaviour regards hearing, seeing and silencing, processing of information by the correct attention, concentration and assistance of the memory. The field of expertise of psychology covers every aspect of human existence (from the conception to the grave), the why and the development in time and the environment in which specific behaviour occurs. The whole field of human behaviour and human functioning is too extensive to be covered by one specific psychologist. In the course of time a number of disciplines came to see the light, like employment and organisational psychology, social psychology, development psychology and clinical psychology, psyconomics and psychological methodology. Each of these discipline is characterised by its own phenomena, approaches and methods.
CPE: C1, IELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL paper based: 600, TOEFL computer based: 250, TOEFL internet based: 100
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