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Research Proposal - PSY933

This unit is offered on a pass/fail basis.

This unit (Research Proposal) is the compulsory prerequisite unit for PSY934 (Dissertation). The objective of PSY933 is for students to conduct a literature review, as well as plan and design their empirical project for their thesis (which will be subsequently completed in PSY934). All students will be required to have a research supervisor from a member of staff from the Department of Psychology. The supervisor will assist the student to meet the objectives of this unit as well as for the Dissertation Unit (PSY934). The Seminars for PSY933 will also facilitate students to plan and fine-tune their research project which must have relevancy to Clinical Psychology. The goals of the unit are to encourage review and consideration of background literature, to prepare a literature overview and proposed method, and to prepare an ethics submission for the empirical thesis.

Credit Points: 8
When Offered:

FY1 Day - Sessions 1 and 2, February to November, North Ryde, Day

Staff Contact(s): Associate Professor Maria Kangas

Admission to MClinPsych or DClinPsych Prerequisite Information


Unit Designation(s):
Assessed As: Pass/Fail
Offered By:

Department of Psychology

Faculty of Human Sciences

Course structures, including unit offerings, are subject to change.
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