Information for module PSYCGN50
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|Module code:||PSYCGN50(Add to my personalised list)|
|Division:||Division of Psychology and Language Sciences|
|Module organiser:||Dr Nick Midgley|
|Organiser's location:||Anna Freud Centre|
|Available for students in Year(s):||2,|
|Module outline:||Students undertake a piece of independent research during their 2nd year. This work is supervised by a member of UCL/AFC staff (who all hold honorary UCL contracts). The research project will encourage students to integrate their theoretical and clinical learning, and consider an issue/question relevant to developmental psychopathology from both domains.|
|Module objectives:||Practically, the aim is for students to acquire research proficiency in: developing a project proposal, conducting background research; data collection (where appropriate); data analysis; formal writing. Theoretically it is intended that students will, through their thesis project, bring together in a critical and thoughtful way perspectives on developmental psychopathology from a range of theoretical and/or clinical perspectives.|
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|Module assessment:||Dissertation (8,000 words) 70.00%.|
Poster (A2) 15.00%.
Oral presentation (20 minutes with slides) 15.00%.
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|Last updated:||2011-10-14 16:12:11 by|