It is widely recognised that children’s development follows different pathways and that there is inherent variability between them. The study of atypical child development addresses questions such as:
The School of Psychology at QUB is well placed to offer a course which deals with these issues. It has a longstanding reputation for research and practice in developmental psychology and currently offers two professional doctorates in applied areas of psychology (clinical and educational).
The closing date for applications is 8th April 2013.
Further information about the School of Psychology can be found through this website.
Enquiries Professor Teresa McCormack
Tel: +44 (0) 28 90 974174
The course is designed to prepare graduate students for more advanced research in developmental psychology, for professional training in psychology or related disciplines, and /or for employment in children’s voluntary or statutory services. It will also provide you with the research skills and knowledge to carry out a PhD in developmental psychology and/or in childhood developmental disorders and to subsequently pursue an academic career. The course is NOT designed as a training in professional psychology and graduates will not be able to offer psychological services or to practice as professional psychologists.