PSY401H5 • Knowledge Translation: Delivering Scientific Discovery to the Real-World

As a science, psychology investigates why and how humans and nonhuman animals feel, think, and behave in the ways they do. Our discoveries can be harnessed for societal good when the insights gained from psychological research are communicated accurately to the public. In this course, students will participate in seminars to learn to communicate effectively about scientific discoveries and engage in the process of knowledge translation. Students will also work with a Psychology faculty supervisor to create and deliver knowledge translation products.

Note: To register in the course, students must obtain approval from a faculty supervisor, and apply for and obtain approval from the Department of Psychology (see the Psychology department website for details).

1.0 credits in 300-level psychology courses. Commitment from a faculty supervisor via application process.
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