Hi does anyone know how the bristol course differs from other psychology courses such as the ones at bath or birmingham in that it specifies that it is experimental ? Does it mean more maths is involved / just a more scientific approach? Thanks
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What does experimental psychology mean exactly at Bristol? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 12-03-2016 22:41
- 12-03-2016 22:45
It's a normal psychology degree. "Experimental psychology" is a term some places use to distinguish themselves from other approaches like qualitative stuff or psychotherapy (comes from the long history of some parts of psychology disliking other parts). But the content will be like most BSc psych degrees - scientific and statistical.