Psychology at Reading
Top teaching from internationally renowned psychologists
Psychology is the science of behaviour and experience. At Reading we study this at many levels – from the structure and function of the brain, and the behaviour of individuals, to social and cultural processes. We apply our knowledge to help people with difficulties and to improve social conditions. For example, staff investigate diseases of aging such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s and developmental difficulties such as dyslexia, autism spectrum disorders and social anxiety, in order to improve understanding and design new interventions. More...
‘If I could describe Psychology at the University of Reading in only three words it would be: inspirational, supportive and fulfilling".
Speech and Language Therapy at Reading
For students who wish to become speech and language therapists.
Speech and Language Therapy offers an exciting, challenging and rewarding career. Speech and language therapists work with a diverse range of people of all ages who have communication and or swallowing problems. They work closely with other professionals from the health care, social care and education sectors and with the families and carers of clients. More...
"Reading is the only University with a purpose built NHS community clinic on site, which is a huge advantage for students for observation and placements".
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