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Masterprogramma's

Resultaten: 1 - 9 van 9
Resultaten: 1 - 9 van 9
  • Master
    Psychology: Behavioural Data Science (track)
    Study Behavioural Data Science (UvA Master in Psychology) at the University of Amsterdam. For students with an interest in big data and human behaviour.
  • Master
    Psychology: Brain & Cognition in Society (track)
    Study Brain and Cognition in Society (UvA Master in Psychology) at the University of Amsterdam. For students interested in applied psychological experiments.
  • Master
    Psychology: Coaching & Vitality in Organisations (track)
    Study Coaching and Vitality in Organisations (UvA Master in Psychology) at the University of Amsterdam and learn more about occupational health psychology.
  • Master
    Psychology: Consultancy & Organisational Development (track)
    Study Consultancy and Organisational Development (UvA Master in Psychology) at the University of Amsterdam and learn more about organisational psychology.
  • Master
    Psychology: Cultural Psychology (track)
    Study Cultural Psychology (UvA Master) at the University of Amsterdam, Europe. This English-taught track focuses on (cross-)cultural psychology.
  • Master
    Psychology: Development and Health Psychology (track)
    Study Development and Health Psychology (UvA Master) at the University of Amsterdam (Europe), and learn more about health, intervention and prevention.
  • Master
    Psychology: Human Resource & Career Management (track)
    Study Human Resource and Career Management (UvA Master in Psychology) at the University of Amsterdam (Europe) and learn more about personnel psychology.
  • Master
    Psychology: Social Influence (track)
    Study Social Influence (UvA Master in Psychology) at the University of Amsterdam (Europe) and learn more about evidence-based approaches to human behaviour.
  • Master
    Psychology: Sport and Performance Psychology
    What psychological processes are involved in peak performance? How do you help people perform at their best when it really matters? These our the main questions in this Master’s track.