You will develop a thorough and critical understanding of psychological theory and research methods, and apply this expertise to your study of human behaviour. You will be encouraged to question why humans act the way they do, delving into specialist areas including drug abuse, clinical and forensic psychology and cognitive neuroscience. You will conduct contemporary psychological research, including laboratory experiments, interviews and focus groups, and you will be assessed on tasks that mirror real-world activities. Our course is accredited by the British Psychological Society, meeting the requirements for the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership. **Biopsychology Laboratory** In our ‘CogBio’ lab, you’ll find PCs with specialist software to help you learn how to undertake data analysis and cognitive and biological psychology work.