Psychology Courses with a more Sociological spin?Watch this thread
However, I don't know of other courses that are like this. Having attended Cardiff Uni's open day today, I'm a little bit let down that while they seem very proud of their neuroscientific facilities and course, that's all there really is- they have great placement and research opportunities, but almost all of the facilities are based around EEGs, MEGs, and MRIs. I'm wondering if there are any courses that have a slightly more diverse curriculum, and I'm worried that all of my own interests are going to jarr with any of the BPS accredited courses no matter where I go. I'm looking at the Anti-Psychiatry movement, the argument for formulation over diagnostic labelling, feminist psychology and gender differences in psychology, but I don't feel these will be reflected if I have to take a course that is mostly neuroscience for 3-4 years.
Are there any other courses?
There are several "Psychology and Sociology" courses listed. I even saw a "Psychology and Social Anthropology" before I stopped scrolling.
BTW, in addition to Cambridge, both Durham and the LSE do "Psychological and Behavioural Science".