Application Subject Psychology in Computer Science
The chair Individual and Technology offers the application subject Psychology for Computer Science students. The application subject Psychology includes the following courses.
All courses are taught in English.
Application Subject Psychology in the Computer Science Bachelor Program
Application Subject Psychology in the Computer Science Master Program
|Empirical Research Methods and Experiment Design||Winter||3||6|
|Individuals and Technology – Advancing Seminar||Winter, Summer||2||5|
|Current Topics in Media Psychology||Summer||2||5|
Can I choose the application subject Psychology for the Master's degree in Computer Science without having taken the application subject Psychology during my Bachelor's degree?
The application subject Psychology in the Master of Computer Science builds on the basics taught in the application subject Psychology Bachelor of Computer Science. Therefore, if you want to take the application subject in the master's program without having taken the courses from the application subject in the bachelor's program, you are expected to have acquired the necessary knowledge in self-study before you start the application subject in the master's program. For this purpose, you will find below a list of the literature on which the courses in the Bachelor's application subject are based.
- Communication Psychology: The Communication Age: Connecting and engaging (Edwards et al., 2018) und Lehrbuch Kommunikationspsychologie (Frindte, 2019; German)
- Social Psychology: Social psychology (Aronson et al., 2018) and Social psychology (Baron et al., 2006)
- Cognitive Psychology: Cognitive Psychology (Goldstein & Van Hoff, 2018)
- Media Psychology: The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology (Van del Bulck, 2020) or Medienpsychologie. Schlüsselbegriffe und Konzepte (Krämer et al., 2016; German)
- Statistics: Statistical methods for Psychology (Howell, 2013), Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS statistics (Field, 2018) / Discovering statistics using R (Field et al., 2012)