M: Well, I see from your resume, Miss Green, that you studied at the University College. How did you find there?
W: I had a great time. The teaching there was good and I made a lot of friends. The psychology department was a great place to be.
M: How come you chose psychology?
W: Well, at first I didn't have any clear idea of what I wanted to do after university. I guess I've just always been interested in people and the way they act.
W: I wanted to know why people think and act the way they do. It's a fascinating area.
M: And what was the course like?
W: Good. The teachers were all really nice and they had the special approach to teaching.
W: You know they didn't just give us lectures and tell us to read books like they might do in some more traditional places.
W: The whole course was based on the problem-solving approach. You know they described a paiticular situation to us and we discuss what might happen.
W: And after that we do some reading and see if it confirmed our own ideas. That's what I liked best—the really practical orientation of the course.
W: I learnt very well with that style. So for me, it was just great.
M: I see from your resume that you graduated about four years ago and after that... let me see...
W: I got a job with the Department of Employment. It was only a temporary thing for about five months. I was a researcher in the department.
W: We design a survey, go out to the factories, and ask all the questions to the workers and the management, then go back to the office, analyze all the data and produce a report.
W: It was quite interesting and I guessed the psychology course at college helped me a lot.