School of Psychology - Current Students - 4th Year

4th Year

Welcome to fourth year

We hope it will be a busy but exciting year. Fourth year is a great opportunity for all our students, both in the individual thesis and group thesis streams, to learn more about psychology and get prepared for the next step in your lives, whether that is work or further study (not that study isn't work too!). The key to getting the most out of this year is to be organised and work on your thesis and coursework continually throughout the year. We hope that you will find the following information useful, and look forward to meeting you over the course of the year.

Handbooks

Updated handbooks for both individual (PSYC4071) and group (PSYC4091) thesis students will be available for download from this page in February - see the files under "Fourth Year" to the right.

Additionally please also download the '2016 PSYC4071 Information' PDF for some preliminary info for incoming individual honours students 2016 (also available on the right).

School Seminars

The School of Psychology hosts seminars on Friday afternoons. Fourth year students are welcome to attend these seminars as they provide a great opportunity to learn more broadly about psychology, and to interact with other members of the school. Upcoming seminars will be listed on this page, and also on our main homepage.

Upcoming Seminars

Seminar Series: Joel Pearson

Seminar Series: Joel Pearson

Friday, 5th August 2016
Mental Imagery
Seminar Series: Tegan Cruwys

Seminar Series: Tegan Cruwys

Friday, 12th August 2016
Social Psychology
Seminar Series: Ada Kritikos

Seminar Series: Ada Kritikos

Friday, 19th August 2016
Body representation and embodied cognition

Program Staff

Honours Coordinator

Picture of 'Dr Ada Kritikos'
Room:
MC-404
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6408
Email:

Honours Administrator

For honours specific enquires: psychonours@psy.uq.edu.au

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