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School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences – University of Reading

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  • World leaders in teaching, research and training

    Exploring the bridge between neuroscience and clinical disorders

School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences

pcls-buildingWelcome to the School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences. With over 90 years of experience, we are world leaders in teaching, research and training. The international research standing of the School is based on a world class contribution to psychology and neuroscience in a number of areas, with the bridge between neuroscience and clinical disorders being a common theme to much of our work. The School also houses the Charlie Waller Institute and the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics.

 The School offers a range of sector leading courses including our flagship BSc Psychology degree, professional programmes such as BSc Speech & Language Therapy, and innovative clinical training courses such as Child & Young Peoples IAPT. As one of the leading academic schools in the UK, we attract outstanding students and academics from across the globe, including a dynamic community of over 150 masters and 70 PhD students. As well as career focused training, access to dedicated research and computing facilities, all of our students directly benefit from studying under our world renowned academic staff. Finally, we are proud to hold the prestigious Athena Swan Bronze award, which recognises our on-going commitment to supporting the careers of women in science.

 

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  • +44 (0)118 378 8523
  • pcls@reading.ac.uk
  • School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences
    University of Reading
    Harry Pitt Building
    Earley Gate
    Reading
    RG6 6AL

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