Lessons From An MSc Graduate

With more people choosing to undertake an undergraduate degree in psychology, many people are opting to obtain a master’s degree. Therefore, after submitting my final thesis on Monday finishing my MSc in Health Psychology, here are three important things I learnt during my masters; Continue reading Lessons From An MSc Graduate

The 4 Fundamentals of Research

This is a guest post by Dr Liam Satchell, who has come a long way from failing his Psychology A level to completing his PhD and is now a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of West London’s Department of Law and Criminology. His research focuses on the use of personality psychology in forensic and security settings and has worked with educational, animal welfare and political psychology research. Liam is passionate about getting undergraduate (UG) students and the public involved in the research process. He has created UG-focused research teams like the First Real Impressions and Engagement in Naturalistic Designs (FRIENDS) group and frequently gives talks about the nature of forensic psychology research to children, families and older adults. Continue reading The 4 Fundamentals of Research