Department of Psychology
Aim of the Department
The policy and objectives of the psychology department are formulated and developed in the context of responsibility and challenge. More specifically, this department offers a highly theoretical training to the students in the basic fields of the psychological science (psychophysiology, neuropsychology, experimental, cognitive, social, developmental and clinical psychology), the familiarizing and training of students to the basic rules and scientific research methods of capturing, understanding and interpretation of the human behavior, the further development and promotion of the psychological science as one of the human and society sciences. Training or retraining of members of the teaching and research staff of the department in countries like France, Switzerland, Greece, USA, Italy, Canada provides an opportunity for teachers to make students more sensitive to the political / ideological basis of theories of psychological science as these were developed and grown in the context of knowledge within specific socio-political systems and eras.
Postgraduate Programme: «Psychology»
- Direction: Social Psychology of conflicts
- Direction: Positive Psychology: Applications and Consulting
- Direction: Identity and interpersonal relationships
- Direction: Cognitive and Developmental Psychology