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A LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY

Through the study of AQA A Level Psychology, students will form an appreciation for the study of the mind and understanding human behaviour, developing a broad range of skills including analysis of psychological data, research methods and creating a well-reasoned argument. A wide range of psychological topics are covered including: social influence, memory, attachment, relationships, eating behaviour and aggression. Students will analyse a range of case studies, evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of psychological theories and examining the opinions of experts.

 YEAR 12

 TERM 1

 Research Methods

 Memory

 Social Influence

 TERM 2

 Research Methods

 Psychopathology

 Approaches in Psychology

 TERM 3

 Psychopathology

 Attachment

 Biopsychology

 

 YEAR 13

 TERM 1

 Relationships

 Eating Behaviour

 TERM 2

 Aggression

 TERM 3

 Final exam preparation

 

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