As a psychology student, I am trained to write a lot and learned to enjoy the process. To give back to the psychology community, I publish posts that can help the public understand what psychology is better and demonstrate the relevance of psychology in every aspect of human life. My writings span across four major themes.
Things to know before venturing into psychology as a study or a field of interest.
-Talk about the taxonomy of psychology and psychologists
-Psychology career related information
-Comparison to other fields as a academic degree
-What to expect as a psychology student
-My own philosophical ramblings about psychology, humanities, and sciences.
Introductory psychology along with introduction to research methodology and will follow a more textbook style progression. Doing this mostly to refresh my Year 1 and Foundations knowledge before moving on to Year 2.
-Introduction to psychology
-Brief history of psychology
-Introduction to: biological psychology, differential psychology, cognitive psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology
-Elementary research methods in psychology: quantitative and qualitative
More in-depth stuff on various topics.
-More in-depth description of research methods
Applied aspects of psychology and specialized topics. As of now I don’t expect myself to be touching this area any soon, because I am generally uneducated in most of them except some listed below.
-Introduction to applied psychology
-Gender differences and sexuality
-Counseling and psychotherapy
-More advanced research methods