This subject introduces the study of the effects of psychoactive drugs on the brain and behaviour, including the drugs commonly prescribed for the management of psychological disorders and drugs commonly used for social or recreational purposes, as well as issues of drug abuse and dependence. The subject also introduces students to the principles of pharmacotherapy, in preparation for the possibility of suitably trained psychologists having limited prescribing rights, as is currently beginning overseas.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Demonstrate knowledge of psychological theories and models, the empirical findings supporting these theories and the methods employed to establish them, and the major methods of psychological investigation and techniques of measurement and their application and interpretation;
2. Demonstrate the application of research knowledge and skills to psychological practice;
3. Demonstrate excellent written communication skills.
The Master of Psychology (Clinical) is an accredited 5th and 6th Year pathway towards registration as a Psychologist. Entry into this program is based on a calculated GPA derived from a completed four year sequence of study in Psychology as accredited by APAC as well as invitation into the degree. As such, this subject can only be taken by those students successfully admitted to the degree.
|Withdraw – Financial?||08/02/2020|
|Withdraw – Academic?||29/02/2020|