The Master's Degree Course in Psychology aims at providing advanced training in the psychological profession in the different fields in which it can be applied. The Courses, are divided into three distinct curriculums: Cognitive Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, and Social, Labor and Organizational Psychology, that integrate theoretical knowledge with application methodologies and practical skills aimed at psychological investigation, scientific research, and the design and evaluation of specific interventions directed at individuals, groups, communities and work and organizational contexts. The curricula consists of a number of core teachings, which ensures a solid and unitary basic preparation, plus an adequate number of specialized teaching.Considerable space is given to the methodological aspects of research, psychological investigation tools, psychometric and data analysis techniques, and the design and evaluation of specific interventions in social-health, educational and work/organizational contexts. The training objectives in these areas are also achieved through guided practical exercises.An additional number of academic training units are reserved for internships and the optional instruction in related and integrative disciplines in the biomedical and humanistic areas, which make it possible to tailor the training to personal aspirations.The graduate expert in Cognitive Neuroscience finds employment in services aimed at promoting personal well-being in cognitive-affective interactions between individuals and with the environment. In the sociomedical field she/he is involved in the prevention, monitoring and support of maladaptive behavior and in the evaluation, diagnosis and rehabilitation of cognitive functions, in the presence of brain alterations due to injuries, neurological diseases or psychiatric illnesses. In the private sector (Companies and Tertiary Sector) one can perform functions of organization and management of the development and innovation sectors in companies operating in the legal-administrative, insurance, economic-financial fields.The graduate expert in Developmental Psychology finds employment in the field of services aimed at promoting the well-being of the person over the developmental period. In the sociomedical field, he/she carries out activities of prevention, monitoring and support of transition stages (pregnancy, childbirth, adolescence, parenting) and activities of evaluation, diagnosis and rehabilitation of cognitive functions. In the educational field one can conduct training and consulting activities for the promotion of success and adaptation at school. In the private sector (Companies and Private Sector) one promotes interventions and projects concerning specific issues such as parenting, disability, social inclusion and special educational needs.The graduate expert in Social, Labor and Organizational Psychology finds employment in services aimed at promoting personal well-being within social interactions in groups, communities and work/organizational contexts. In the sociomedical and tertiary sector she/he carries out activities of monitoring and support for the management and promotion of social change and activities of evaluation, diagnosis and recovery of psychological and psychosocial distress related to aspects of community and occupational life.In the educational field one can perform training and consulting activities for the management of group dynamics, social inclusion and cultural integration. In the business sector he carries out activities of selection, training and professional orientation, human resources development, organizational analysis, demographic survey, marketing and communication.