This topic will focus on evidence-based strategies that increase resilience and the successful achievement of academic, personal, and professional goals. The rationale for this topic is that resilience and achievement skills constitute a type of graduate capability that should not only help you survive the stressors of university life, but also help you thrive in all aspects of your personal and professional lives at university and beyond. The topic will focus on developing knowledge, attitudes, and skills related to this rationale. The topic will emphasize real-life applications of psychology, such as the capacity to self-reflect (e.g., understanding when new material has or has not been sufficiently learned) and the development of skills to minimize dysfunctional stress. Although the topic draws on principles of psychological science, students do not need any formal knowledge of science or scientific terms.
This topic aims to:
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