Consists of two components: intercultural psychology and developmental psychology.
The intercultural psychology component aims to develop a critical awareness of, and appreciate for cultural, social and psychological diversity. Psychological perspectives related to cultural diversity, individual and group identities and Indigenous and dominant communities is introduced
Learning outcomes: On the successful completion of this unit, students are expected to be able to:
1. Demonstrate a greater awareness of psychological perspectives on cultural and social diversity
2. Reflect upon and critically discuss issues related to intercultural psychology
3. Demonstrate knowledge of key features of cognitive, social, emotional and personality development across the lifespan
4. Discuss and critique major developmental theories and research