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You have almost finished your first week on our Psychology and Mental Health: Beyond Nature and Nurture course.

If you are enjoying exploring this topic, you may be interested in our Psychology BSc at the University of Liverpool. We offer a flexible programme of study, covering a wide range of ‘pathways’ of psychology; developmental, health, clinical, forensic, and neuroscience.

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Psychology and Mental Health: Beyond Nature and Nurture

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Get a taste of this course

Find out what this course is like by previewing some of the course steps before you join:

  • What makes us tick?
    What makes us tick?
    video

    Peter Kinderman introduces us to the nature vs nurture course and discusses what makes us tick

  • What does the brain actually do?
    What does the brain actually do?
    video

    In the videos and papers this week, we explore the role of biological factors in the development of mental health problems.

  • Life events and mental health
    Life events and mental health
    video

    Peter Kinderman discusses the role of life events and environmental factors in the development of mental health problems.

  • Doing things differently (perhaps...)
    Doing things differently (perhaps...)
    video

    This video introduces why Peter Kinderman suggests psychological science offers robust scientific models of mental health problems and well-being.

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