In a small-scale academic setting, students on the Research Master’s in Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology learn about the etiology, development and course of psychopathology, and they're trained in cutting-edge methods for its prevention and treatment. The best researchers in this field provide top-notch teaching on the newest insights into the relationship between mental health, biological endowments and environmental resources, the neuropsychological substrate and human relationships, and adaptive and maldaptive developmental pathways.
In addition, the William James Graduate School offers excellent research facilities, access to digital journals, student workrooms and assistance in finding housing.
Students need a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Psychology or Education, or in a closely related field. They also need to have completed an introductory level course in clinical diagnosis and assessment of mental health problems and risks.
Recipient: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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