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Psychology

Environmental Psychology – Territorial Behaviours

This course, by Dr Jérémy Lemoine (University of East London) explores concepts of territorial behaviours and personalisation in the workplace. In the first module, we think about what personalisation and territorial behaviours are, as well as...

5 lectures

0:32:49

Dr Jérémy Lemoine

University of East London

Government & Politics

Pan-Africanism

In this course, Dr William Ackah (Birkbeck, University of London) explores Pan-Africanism across four key themes. In the first module, we consider how we might define Pan-Africanism, outlining its different manifestations, historical development,...

6 lectures

0:41:05

Dr William Ackah

Birkbeck College, London

Government & Politics

US Politics – Federalism

In this course, Professor John Kincaid (Lafayette College) explores the theory and practice of federalism in the United States. In the first module, we lay the groundwork for later modules by establishing just what we mean when we refer to...

6 lectures

0:59:26

Professor John Kincaid

Lafayette College

Psychology

Relationships – The Relationship Trajectory

This course, by Dr Veronica Lamarche (University of Essex) explores relationships, focusing on partner selection, attraction, romantic theories, and Duck’s relationship breakdown model. In the first module, we think about partner selection and its...

5 lectures

0:40:58

Dr Veronica Lamarche

Essex University

Government & Politics

Political Philosophy – Marcus Garvey

In this course, Professor Kehinde Andrews (Birmingham City University) explores the ideas and politics of Marcus Garvey and the movement of Garveyism. In the first module, we explore Garveyism, Britain, and the concept of the nation-state,...

5 lectures

0:44:05

Professor Kehinde Andrews

Birmingham City University

Psychology

Gender – Gender Development

This course, by Dr Christine McKnight (Cardiff Metropolitan University), explores gender development and dysphoria. In the first module, we think about sex, gender, and androgyny, as well as gender stereotypes. In the second module, we think about...

5 lectures

0:51:07

Dr Christine McKnight

Cardiff Met University

Psychology

Child Psychology – Genes, the Environment and Mental Health

This course, by Professor Yulia Kovas (Goldsmiths, University of London), explores the interactions between genes, mental health, and development. In the first module, we think about what genes are from biological and conceptual perspectives. In...

5 lectures

0:57:23

Professor Yulia Kovas

Goldsmiths, University of London

Philosophy & Religious Studies

Verificationism

In this course, Dr Arif Ahmed (University of Cambridge) explores the empirical verification principle. In the first module, we introduce the philosophical context in which verificationism arose. In the second module, we review the impact of...

5 lectures

0:40:43

Dr Arif Ahmed

Cambridge University

Psychology

Psychopathology – Models of Mental Health

This course, by Professor Nick Maguire (University of Southampton), explores models of mental health. In the first module, we think about the medical model of mental health and some supporting research. In the second model, we think about the...

5 lectures

0:46:11

Professor Nick Maguire

Southampton University

Philosophy & Religious Studies

God, Eternity and Free Will – 21st-Century Perspectives

In this course, Dr Nikk Effingham (University of Birmingham) explores 21st century perspectives on God, eternity, and free will from Alvin Plantinga and Richard Swinburne. In the first module, we look broadly at Alvin Plantinga’s philosophy of...

6 lectures

0:38:33

Dr Nikk Effingham

Birmingham University

Psychology

Mental Health – The Third Wave

This course, by Dr Helen Bolderston (Bournemouth University) explores the three waves of cognitive and behavioural psychotherapy. In the first module, we think about the origins of cognitive therapy and behaviourist theory. In the second module,...

5 lectures

1:06:43

Dr Helen Bolderston

Bournemouth University

Philosophy & Religious Studies

Divine Action

In this course, Dr Sarah Lane Ritchie (University of Edinburgh) explores knowledge of God and divine action. In the first module, we critically examine traditional sources of knowledge of God in light of modern science and sociology. In the...

6 lectures

1:05:08

Dr Sarah Lane Ritchie

Edinburgh University

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