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Code 11787
Year 2
Semester A1
ECTS Credits 30
Workload OT(60H)
Scientific area Psychology
Entry requirements N.A.
Learning outcomes It is intended to guide and supervise the students in the development of a research project in the field of Clinical and Health Psychology. The students would be able to:
- Define a research problem.
- Delimitate a theoretical context to frame a research problem and the empirical investigation.
- Critically analyse, integrate and apply scientific information.
- Adjust quantitative and / or qualitative methodological designs and options to a research problem.
- Conduct data analysis.
- Use advanced technical, instrumental and laboratory resources.
- Demonstrate competencies in interpretation, discussion and communication of results.
- Write a dissertation, according to norms and deadlines stipulated by the University.
- Commit to research ethical obligations and guidelines.
- Present and discuss processes and results of research.
- Demonstrate reflective, self-critical and decision-making competences.
Syllabus The Dissertation is structured in order to permit the elaboration of an investigation and a Masters dissertation in Clinical and Health Psychology
Main Bibliography The main bibliography will focus on periodical and non-periodical bibliographic resources to be defined and discussed during the supervision process, depending on the specificities of the research project and its development stage.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The master dissertation must be presented and defended in a public session, where the technical components, the written work and presentation and public defense will be assessed/evaluated, in regard to the UBI standards and rules in force.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-10-06

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