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Masters Degrees in Cognitive Psychology

We have 95 Masters Degrees in Cognitive Psychology

Masters degrees in Cognitive Psychology involve advanced study of the mental mechanisms and processes associated with perception, learning, language, memory and emotions.

Related postgraduate specialisms include Cognitive Rehabilitation and Cognitive Development & Disorders. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant Psychology subject.

Why study a Masters in Cognitive Psychology?

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Cognitive psychology and neuropsychology bring together a range of different theoretical frameworks. This MSc programme provides an overview and critical evaluation of the major issues, investigative strategies, and empirical findings of recent attempts to integrate these different approaches to 'brain cognition'. Read more
Course Overview. The MSc Psychology is a conversion programme that offers you the opportunity to convert your existing qualifications and learning to an award that meets the requirements for the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership and the starting point to becoming a Chartered Psychologist. Read more
If you enjoy understanding the way we think and interact with the world, the behaviours and coping mechanisms displayed within health and health care this advanced degree will enable you to play an active role in solving major health challenges. Read more
Register your interest now. There is increasing international demand for high-quality research training on mental processes in the healthy and diseased human brain. Read more
Our Psychology MSc offers you a broad curriculum in psychology. Apply for the course if you're a non-psychology graduate or a graduate with a non-accredited psychology degree who wants to qualify for Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) with the . Read more
The role of Psychologists in our every day lives is becoming much more prominent with more emphasis on areas such as cognitive behavioural therapies, mindfulness, and other support to improve our lives now available via the NHS and more people seeking self help methods and private support to cope more effectively with different situations throughout their lives. Read more
Register your interest now. The Cognitive Neuroscience MSc at UCL is a research-led, state-of-the-art degree programme on mental processes in the human brain. Read more
Understanding the relationship between brain, cognition and behaviour is one of the biggest challenges the scientific community is currently working on. Read more
Develop skills that are essential to a career in academia or further postgraduate or professional study with the MSc by Research in Psychology. Read more
How do we store information in working memory? What changes in that process during ageing? How does mood affect our perceptions? What brain areas allow you to switch between two tasks?. Read more
Register your interest now. This programme offers a conversion route to psychology for applicants who have completed an undergraduate degree in another discipline. Read more
Description. The MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience is aimed at home and international students who are seeking to build on their undergraduate qualifications to develop their project management skills and theoretical knowledge for a career in research or related disciplines. Read more
Overview. The programme will lead to the award of the MSc in Psychology of Language. Psycholinguistics, the scientific study of the psychology of language, is one of the most important areas of cognitive psychology. Read more
Studying both cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology will give a thorough grounding in the scientific investigation of the neural mechanisms underlying human behaviour and the effects of brain injury on cognitive function. Read more

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