Experimental Psychology (National selected course):

While Psychology enables us to have a better understanding for individuals and groups, experimental Psychology, is what transforms that understanding into science. This course focuses upon introducing classical experimental paradigms and illustrating how to investigate Psychological problems with elaborate experimental designs. It helps the students to obtain an in-depth understanding of various research methods in the field and also to enjoy the beauty of Psychology.

Abnormal Psychology (National selected course):

What is the biological basis for Psychological abnormality? Why do various Psychological abnormalities manifest in altered perception, attention, memory, emotion and consciousness? Abnormal Psychology will allow you to understand these questions and identify underlying systems and cues that can better enable us to understand the abnormal. In doing so, we can both help the victims of these abnormalities and also, at the same time, better understand normal human brain functioning.

Physiological Psychology (National selected course):

How does our brain operate? What is the nature of the complex relationship between our thoughts and neural activities? Physiological Psychology takes us on a journey into neuroscience, showing us the charm of experimental design and unraveling the mystery of the neural system behind thinking and behavior.

General Psychology:

Why do we dream? How can you improve your memory? Are Psychological tests valid and accurate? What can be done to intervene with depression? General Psychology will introduce you to the researchers and the experiments that are trying to answer these questions and more.

Developmental Psychology:

Centered on psychological development, the course introduces physiological development, motor development and speech development. It also discusses the role and the functions of genetic and environmental factors in psychological development.

Psychology of Organizational Management:

Sun Tzu once said: “the Great Integrity (Tao) is to allow people to agree with their governing.” With Tao, people are willing to die or live without any fear. To improve the level of management and productivity in modern society, we need to know how to take full advantage individuals’ potential, stimulate individual initiatives, improve organizational structure and leadership performance, improve the quality of work and life, and how to establish healthy and civilized interpersonal relationships. Psychology of Organizational Management looks into how to bring together what we know about the brain and the humans at a social level, and implement these findings at institutional level.