There are close connections between all three subjects of Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics, so studying them together makes a lot of sense.
Psychology, Philosophy & Linguistics
You can apply to study any combination of these three subjects:
It is possible to study all three, with college approval, once you have commenced your studies with us.
These courses are accredited as conferring eligibility for the Graduate Basis for Charted Membership of the British Psychological Society, provided you study sufficient psychology and the minimum standard of a Second Class Honours is achieved. This is the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist.
What is Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics ?
Psychology includes subjects as diverse as social interaction, learning, child development, schizophrenia and information processing. Philosophy is concerned with a wide range of questions including ethics, knowledge and the nature of mind. Linguistics is the study of language in all its aspects, including the structure of languages, meaning (semantic), how children learn language, pronunciation, and how people understand, mentally represent and generate language.
Why study Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics at Oxford ?
Psychology at Oxford is essentially a scientific discipline, involving the rigorous formulation and testing of ideas. It works through experiments and systematic observations rather than introspection. The Oxford Department of Experimental Psychology is widely regarded as one of the leading psychology departments in the United Kingdom. At present there are particularly strong research groups and labs in the fields of human cognitive processes, neuroscience, language development and social psychology.
The Oxford Philosophy Faculty is the largest philosophy department in the United Kingdom, and one of the largest in the world. Many faculty members have a worldwide reputation, and the library and other facilities are acknowledged as among the best in the country. Philosophy at Oxford has active interests in the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of science, and has very close links with working in neuroscience and psychology.
The Faculty of Linguistics, Philology & Phonetics is the newest faculty in Oxford; it brings together internationally-renowned scholars working in theoretical and descriptive linguistics (especially syntax, historical and phonology), experimental phonetics, psycholinguistics, linguistics of romance languages, historical linguistics and comparative philology. Unlike other subjects in humanities, it includes two scientific research laboratories:
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