Unit

School Of Psychology

Personality, Motivation and EmotionWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 100018.1

Discipline: PSYCHOLOGY

Student Contribution Band: 1

Level: 2

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Glenn Newbery


Prerequisite
101183 Psychology: Behavioural Science AND 101184 Psychology: Human Behaviour

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Pre-requisites will not apply to students enrolled in courses 1630 Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies and 1501 Graduate Diploma in Psychology. Enrolment in these awards requires graduate status; hence the students have demonstrated proficiency in tertiary studies. Each applicant in these awards is assessed individually and provided with an individual study sequence by the Course Advisor.


Teaching Periods
Nothing on offer.

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About this Unit
In 2010 this unit replaced by 101678 - Motivation and Emotion and 101679 - Personality. This unit explores a range of theories, issues and controversies in personality, motivation and emotion. In this unit, students will examine key theoretical developments, research methodologies, and applications to current therapeutic and professional workplace practice. We shall discuss the work of both traditional and contemporary personality theorists, their methods, their techniques, and the therapies associated with them. Issues related to motivation and emotion will also be addressed from a number of different theoretical and applied perspectives. Strong link between personality, and motivation and emotion will be established. Contributions from the field of emotions, clinical, social, and experimental psychology, psychiatry and psychoanalysis will be examined. This unit will upraise awareness in students that responding to the psychological needs of individuals within the community requires the application of elements of all three perspectives.

Specialisations

KP1003.1PsychologyCONTINUING




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