Skip to main content
Solent Unviersity Southampton logo
Solent Unviersity Southampton logo

Dr TC Chiang
PhD

Lecturer

Faculty of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

Dr TC Chiang, Lecturer

Biography

Dr Chiang completed his PhD in Psychology at UCL and continued post-doctoral training at UCL. His training and teaching lie in the scope of Experimental Psychology.

Dr Chiang has worked in several countries, in the UK and US, Taiwan and Canada, renowned for their cultural diversity. Some of the students were mature and had work experience - this makes his teaching style close to the connected curriculum, linking knowledge and concepts to students and environment, as well as his research being a part of teaching material. His teaching focuses on the true understanding of concepts, not just superficial definitions and memorization.

Dr Chiang likes to stimulate students’ thinking and encourage discussion in class. He will adjust teaching paces in due course, depending on students’ learning progress. In assessment, Dr Chiang focuses on the learning progress with multiple assignments in different formats.

Further information

Courses taught include Biopsychology, Sexual Differences in Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Sensation and Perception, Behavioural Modification and Learning, Experimental Design, Research Methods, Statistics, and Introduction to Psychology.

Taught courses

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Psychology is about what makes people tick: it is the study of mind, behaviour, experience and relationships. Become a Chartered Psychologist with our BPS accredited degree.

BSc (Hons) Psychology and Sociology

Explore the fascinating behaviours of individuals, as well as the cultural and political issues that shape collective experiences, on this BPS accredited degree.

BSc (Hons) Psychology with Counselling and Mental Health

Combine your skills in psychology and counselling to influence behaviour change and recovery on our BPS accredited degree.

BSc (Hons) Criminal Investigation with Psychology

Understanding the motives behind criminal behaviour is key in investigating crime to explain criminality and to deliver justice.