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School of Psychology

Chair's Welcome

Psychology can show us how we think – and how we remember – or forget stuff. It is about feelings and attitudes. Why do people get angry? Psychology is about behaviour. Why do some parents abuse or neglect their children? It is not restricted to the study of humans, it has an important role in figuring out the best way to train dogs to find – but not harm – kiwi. This school has a strong research profile nationally with a distinctive presence, lively, radical and always changing.

Welcome. Explore. Ask questions.

Dr Lewis Bizo
Chair of Psychology


Psychology Events

Academic events are a crucial part of the Faculty's lively research culture, and provide opportunities for our staff and students to meaningfully engage with their peers in a setting that is both social and professional. We regularly advertise upcoming events of particular interest to staff and students in this programme - including events that we are facilitating, and events that our staff and students have the opportunity to actively participate in. We encourage you to monitor this listing, to diarise, and, where applicable, register your interest in any upcoming events of relevance to you.

Contact FASS

Tel: +64 7 838 4080
or 0800 800 145 (within NZ)
Fax: +64 7 838 4636
Email: wfass@waikato.ac.nz

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Social Sciences or Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Arts with Honours, Bachelor of Social Science with Honours or Bachelor of Science with Honours

Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology

Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology

Postgraduate Diploma in the Practice of Psychology - in Applied Behaviour Analysis, Community Psychology or Organisational Psychology

Master of Applied Psychology - in Behaviour Analysis, Community Psychology or Organisational Psychology

Master of Arts, Master of Social Science or Master of Science

PhD or MPhil - Doctorate in Psychology


Behaviour analysis course work sequence for BCBA®