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Our commitment to the safe enjoyment of the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic, means that this season's events are free for you to enjoy at home.

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Autumn 2023 season

Celluloid Psychology was devised by Dr Alastair Smith, School of Psychology as an antidote to the usual depictions of psychology on our screens. Each of our carefully selected films are curated and introduced by a specialist in human behaviour from our school, who discusses how their area of expertise can shed unexpected light on the psychological questions explored in the film.
Jill Craigie cinema

Interested in studying psychology?

Did you know that 89 per cent of our graduates are in employment or further study after six months?

To find out about the University of Plymouth's range of psychology courses within the School of Psychology, please visit the school page.

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