Freshmen CORS Bidding Assistance Session 2014


Worried about your first ever CORS Bidding as freshman?

NUS Psychology Society is holding a ‘live’ coaching session just for you!

We will teach you how to secure your modules for your first semester in NUS. Seniors will also share tips on the modules planning to make your university years more enjoyable!

Come join us! Feel free to invite your friends along, especially if they are interested to major in Psychology as well!

  • Date: 31 July 2014, Thursday (CORS Round 1C)
  • Time: 10am to 3pm (You are not required to stay throughout)
  • Venue: AS7-0201A, AS7 Level 2 Computer Lab (within Shaw Foundation Building)

See you there!!

Best Regards,
NUS Psychology Society


An Inside Look – From Illness to Wellness Event Report

For two hours on 22 May 2014 at AS7-01-06, we got an inside look at how people with mental illness move from illness to wellness. Through the recovery stories of two peer specialists, we saw how recovery is possible. And more so, how they are using their stories to inspire others. Through the sharing of Helen Yong, Head of Residential Services, SAMH, we saw through her eyes how a professional caregiver serves, deal with crises and sustains her passion in her work.

All in all, abnormal psychology teaches us the symptoms of and treatment for people with mental illness, “An Inside Look” sought to contextualise book knowledge with lived experiences, leading us to not only look at the “deficits” but appreciate the assets of people with mental illnesses. Illness begins with an “i”, wellness begins with a “we”. “An Inside Look – from illness to wellness” hopes that “we” can partner people with mental illness to create a wellness-centric perspective towards recovery and living.

This event was made possible by strong support from the Singapore Association of Mental Health (SAMH), partnership with the NUS Psychology Society and the eager audience.

Written by Khoo Yi Feng, facilitator of the event and also the one who first proposed the event (Psychology Major, Year 1)

Come join us at Psychology Lab Tours 2014!

Come join us at Psychology Lab Tours 2014!

Dear NUS Psychology Society members,

Attention all – especially those who are in Year 2 and 3: Lab Tours are back!

Sign up if you are interested in learning about the different specializations of research in Psychology, how the labs function, and if you want to gain a better understanding of the lab modules you will soon have to take!

Here are the details:

Day 1: 10 July (Thursday)
Programme: Infant Lab, Memory and Speech Lab.
Time: (Group 1) 11:45 – 1pm | (Group 2) 11:45 – 1:15 pm
Meeting venue: Outside LT 8

Day 2: 11 July (Friday)
Programme: Adolescent Psychology Lab, Cardiovascular psychophysiology Lab, Industrial- Organizational Psychology Lab.
Time: (Group 1) 11:45 – 1:45pm | (Group 2) 11:30 – 1:30 pm
Meeting venue: Outside LT 8

Sign up with us at:

Please note that spaces are limited and allocation will be made on a first-come-first-serve basis. Members will be given priority during the allocation of vacancies for the tour. A confirmation email with additional details will be sent to those who have been reserved a spot. As such, please look out for an email closer to the date of the tour.

Application will close either on 5 July (Saturday) 11AM or once all the slots have been taken up!

Due to the limited availability of the slots, please only sign up if you can make it for the aforementioned date. NUS Psychology society reserves the right to curtail the privileges of members whose irresponsible behaviour deprives others of the opportunity to attend the event.

Best regards,
NUS Psychology Society

Post-Graduate Sharing Session

Post-Graduate Sharing Session

Not sure what to do about post-graduate studies? Wondering if this specialization is the right one for you?

NUS Psychology Society is holding its inaugural Psychology Post-graduate Sharing Session just for YOU!
Come down for a talk by NUS’s own director of graduate studies and engage friendly seniors in small group sharing sessions to clarify whatever doubts you may have!

Event details:

Date: 24th May 2014
Time: 10am to 12nn
Venue: AS7 01-06
Dress code: No slippers/shorts

We have invited 5 seniors currently pursuing their post-graduate degrees whose interests lie in the following fields:

Developmental Psychology
Health Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Brain imaging techniques

Do sign up at by 23 May.
First and second years are welcome to come down as well to figure out if these fields are right for you! We will send you a confirmation email upon your registration.

Wishing you all a great summer ahead!

An Inside Look – From Illness to Wellness

An Inside Look - From Illness to Wellness

Ever wanted to find out more from those who have experienced it?

Here’s your chance to learn more about mental health issues from the perspectives of those on the ground!

2 peer specialists, who have since recovered from Major Depression Disorder and Psychosis, would be glad to share their journey and insights. Also with us is a professional who will be keen to share her working experiences with regards to mental health issues. Mr. Lee Li Neng is also invited to offer additional input during the sharing and discussion.

Do join us for this meaningful event and feel free to post any burning questions you may have to the 3 panellists.

Please register at Registration closes on 21 May so do sign up before that! Lastly, we would appreciate it if you could join us in protecting the privacy of the panellists by refraining from photography and recording during the event itself.

Hope you are enjoying this well-deserved break after finals!


Yes! It’s coming back and it’s bigger than ever!



This event will combine our Welfare Pack Distribution (yes mark down 1st and 2nd April on your calenders) as well as our Wear-Your-Psych-Shirt Event, which is now extended to last throughout the week! So do wear your Psych Shirt next week!

Also, following last semester’s small pilot initiative, you would also be able to write Notes-of-Thanks to all your beloved professors and teaching assistants! So do come down to the booth located along the AS6 walkway next week to participate in this meaningful event!

Stay tuned for our surprise on Week 13 too 🙂

Here’s a full list of our proud sponsors for this semester’s welfare pack distribution! NUS Psychology Society would like to thank them for their kind support.

Do check out their websites and Facebook pages below!

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Botak Jones:

Play Nation:




Atlantic Optical:

Best Regards,
NUS Psychology Society