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Natural Sciences Tripos, Part II (Psychology)

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 356)

With effect from 1 October 2007

The regulations for this subject have been amended to allow for two options, (A) and (B); this will introduce a second pathway for candidates who wish to follow a course in cognitive neuroscience which does not lead to accreditation with the British Psychological Society.

Regulation 30.

Psychology

The regulation for this subject has been amended by replacing the first line so as to read 'The examination shall comprise two alternative options, (A) and (B). For both options, each candidate shall offer'.

Regulation 31.

By inserting a final paragraph so as to read:

In the class-list for the subject Psychology, a mark (cn) shall be attached to the name of any candidate who has offered four papers relating to the subject area Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience), and whose research project and dissertation has been approved by the Head of the Department of Experimental Psychology as one whose subject falls within the field of cognitive neuroscience.

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

Part II

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 364)

Supplementary regulations for the subject Psychology are included with effect from 1 October 2007 as follows:

Psychology

The examination shall comprise two alternative options, (A) and (B). Option (A) is for students wishing to obtain accreditation with the British Psychological Society, and will be known as Psychology (Psychology); option (B) is for students who do not require accreditation with the Society, and will be known as Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience).


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Cambridge University Reporter 21 March 2007
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