|1.||Critically evaluate published research relating to the field of clinical or community psychology;|
|2.||Review and critique the values, principles and assumptions that underpin qualitative and quantitative research designs and methods;|
|3.||Develop appropriate research questions for various research approaches and justify appropriate design and data gathering strategies for a clinical or community psychology project; and|
|4.||Critically discuss evidence-based and other psychological interventions within the broader context of knowledge production in psychology.|
|Review||Critically review the methodology, methods, and conclusions of selected research papers (Word length: 2000)||30%|
|Report||Research report detailing the investigation of a practice-related topic (Word length: 3000)||70%|
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