School of Psychology Videos

Studying Psychology

Third year student Sam Gareh tells us about his experience of studying Psychology, including his involvement in the innovative 'Born to Run' module.

Brain Anatomy, Bangor Style

As a psychology student you will be studying the human brain, but have you ever seen one? Have you ever touched one or held one? As a 1st year psychology student you will get the opportunity to do that under the guidance of our neuroscientists.

How to run a Marathon

Watch students on our positive psychology module at Bangor blending theory and practice to run the Liverpool Rock n Roll Marathon.

Born to Run

Psychology degree students at Bangor University are introduced to theories to guide and govern successful goal setting and achievement in a very real setting – “I am a marathoner!” – find out more here about Dr Fran Garrad-Cole’s innovative new lecture.

Psychology Gamification Module

Our innovative gamification module is teaching students to survive a zombie apocalypse with psychology!

Discover the School of Psychology

Find out what we have to offer our undergraduate students.

Raji: Day in the life of a Psychology student

Raji from India shows us what she gets up to on a typical day.

Emily: Day in the life of a Psychology student

Emily takes you with her on a typical day as a student to give you an idea of what student life is really like.

Look back at my first year at university

Psychology student Emily is now in her second year. From moving into halls during her first week to her exams at the end of the year, here's how she got on during her first year.

Careers & Employability Event

Every year our students have the opportunity to take part in a careers and employability conference where they meet employers, network and learn vital employability skills.

Exam Revision Tips and Advice

First year Psychology student Emily has some great advice to help you prepare for exams.

Teaching and Learning – Psychology

Find out how lecturers from the School of Psychology at Bangor University embrace different teaching and learning methods.

Psychology Class visit to Auschwitz Birkenau

Edited by Anastasia Elizarova, this video documents a group of Psychology students’ journey to the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.

Psychology Class visit to Krakow, Poland

A group of students recently visited the city of Krakow and the Auschwitz Birkenau Concentration Camp in Poland. This video, edited by student Anastasia Elizarova, documents their time in Krakow.

Psychology’s Welcome Week Diary

Follow Dan, Daniel and Sarah, three Psychology students at Bangor University as they experience their first week at Bangor.

School of Psychology – Postgraduate Study

Find out more about the School of Psychology at Bangor and what our current postgraduate students have to say about their time here.

Scanning at the top of Mont Blanc - Understanding the Hypoxic Brain

This is a collaborative project between the School of Psychology and the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences aiming to reveal how the human brain adapts, responds and changes when there is less oxygen available.This Specialist research is possible due to the cutting-edge facilities housed in the College of Human Sciences, including a state of the art 3-T Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner, the hypoxia environment chamber and ultrasonography facilities.

Profile: Rhi Willmot, PhD in Psychology

Rhi Willmot is a Postgraduate student from Whitstable in Kent and is studying in Behavioural and Positive Psychology at Bangor University.

Leanne Rowlands PhD student

Brain injury survivors benefiting from Bangor University research in partnership with BCUHB - Bangor University PhD student Leanne Rowlands, speaking about her project with the North Wales Brain Injury Service, part of the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, and how it benefits survivors of brain injury in North Wales.

Dancing on the brain – Psychology research at Bangor University

Dance and psychology come together at Bangor University. In an exciting boundary crossing piece of research, Dr. Emily Cross, a psychologist at Bangor University, will be working with internationally renowned contemporary dancer Riley Watts to study what happens in our brains when we watch complex movements.

Graduation 2019 - Emily Gaunt - Psychology

Emily Gaunt has enjoyed her three years at Bangor University studying Psychology. As well as being a member of some of Bangor's clubs and societies, Emily was a vlogger for the Get Ready for University channel on YouTube.

Employability - Thomas Daniel Jones - BSc Psychology with Neuropsychology

Thomas tells us about his time at Bangor University studying Psychology with Neuropsychology, and also how the Bangor Employability Award has benefited him.

Employability - Joseph Smith - Psychology

Joseph is studying for a BSc Psychology. He tells us how his internship has helped him choose a path in research.

Aimee Boyd - Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology

Aimee Boyd from Wolverhampton, has graduated in Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology. Aimee tells us about her time here at Bangor and her year abroad in Australia.

Hannah Jukes - Psychology

Hannah Jukes, a First Class Honours graduate and a vlogger for Get Ready for University YouTube channel, tells of her excitement to be graduating.

Arathi Nambiar - Psychology

International Student Ambassador Arathi, from Inida, tells us how she helped new students settle-in at Bangor.

Ashleigh Johnstone, Psychology with Neuropsychology

Ashleigh tells us about her time studying at the School of Psychology and how it feels to be graduating with a First Class honours degree.

Josh Baker, Psychology with Neuropsychology

Josh Baker and his grandfather David both share the honour of being Bangor graduates...51 years apart!

Efemwenakhin Eghosa - Aimufua - BA Sociology / Psychology

Efemwenakhin from Nigeria, tells us about his life in Bangor as an International Student.

Shanti Shanker, PhD in Psychology

Shanti came to Bangor to study a Master’s degree, before progressing on to a PhD in Psychology. She is one of the University’s International Student Ambassadors for India.

School of Psychology – Studying as an International Student

Find out more about the School of Psychology at Bangor and what our international students have to say about their time here.

HELP University, Malaysia students at Bangor University

Jia Yan Yap and Wei Shan Kor are both students at HELP University in Malaysia. They have taken part in a credit transfer programme and are spending the third year of their degree course at the School of Psychology.

Day in the life of a Psychology student

Raji from India shows us what she gets up to on a typical day.

Graduation 2016 - Arathi Nambiar

International Student Ambassador Arathi, from Inida, tells us how she helped new students settle-in at Bangor.

Efemwenakhin Eghosa - Aimufua - BA Sociology / Psychology

Efemwenakhin from Nigeria, tells us about his life in Bangor as an International Student.

Yuki's selfie video about Studying at Bangor

Yuki from Hong Kong shares her views about studying at Bangor

Profile – Shanti Shanker, PhD in Psychology

Shanti came to Bangor to study a Master’s degree, before progressing on to a PhD in Psychology. She is one of the University’s International Student Ambassadors for India.

Nikolaos BSc Psychology

 

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Welcome Week

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