Welcome

At the School of Psychology we pride ourselves on our teaching and the quality of our undergraduate degrees in psychology, our Masters courses, and our PhD supervision.

We conduct outstanding research in human experimental psychology, particularly in the fields of language and cognition, neuroscience and development, and social psychology.

Read our welcome message 
from the Dean of School,
Dr. Astrid Schloerscheidt.

Matricluation for Continuing Students

Level 2

ALL continuing Level 2 students, including outgoing ERASMUS, TSE, Study Abroad & Exchange students, must matriculate online between Monday 8 & Friday 12 September 2014.

Please download information on level 2 matriculation or find out more. Please also see the MA handbook and Psychology L2 Advising Advice for further information on the course.

Level 4

All continuing Level 4 students must matriculate online between Monday 8 & Friday 12 September 2014.

Please download information on level 4 matriculation documentation to get additional information about exceptions, where and how to matriculate etc.

Entrant Students’ Advising and Matriculation

Mon 8th Sept 2014

MONDAY 08 SEPTEMBER 2014

All advising sessions take place in Scyrmgeour Building, Room 2.32. Please come along to session as indicated.
Location & TimeLevel 1 & 2Advice
School of Psychology (Welcome Meeting for all entrant students),Scrymgeour Building, Room 4.01 BEFORE you can matriculate you must: see an adviser of studies to choose your modules. BEFORE you can matriculate you must: see an adviser of studies to choose your modules.
12:30 13.30 hrs Surnames A – F  
14.30 hrs Surnames G – L
15.30 hrs Surnames M, Mac/Mc - N
School of Psychology

School of Psychology

Consistently rated one of the top Schools for Psychology in Scotland (National Student Survey and The Guardian).

Prospective MSc

Prospective MSc

Course information for prospective MSc Students can be found here.

Prospective PhD

Prospective PhD

We offer research degrees (PhD or MPhil) in a wide variety of topics.

Current Students

Current Students

Information for current undergraduate students can be found here.

People

People

Find out more about our Academic staff, Researchers and Support Staff.

Research

Research

Find out more about our labs and research centres.

Body Immune System

Fhionna Moore from the School of Psychology and her collaborators have found that men's height is related to their immune function. The article reports a non-linear relationship, such that the relationship between antibody response to a hepatitis B vaccine and height is posi...

British Journal of Social Psychology

The British Psychological Society's Social Section Conference will be taking place 9-11 September, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. To coincide with the conference the editors of the British Journal of Social Psychology - Nick  Hopkins (Dundee) and Karen Douglas (Ken...

Yarbus conference keynote address

Alfred Luk'yanovich Yarbus (pictured) was a pioneer of research on eye movements and he was born a century ago. He introduced new methods for stabilizing images on the retina and for recording eye movements while scanning patterns. His book, translated as Eye Movements and Vision...

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