Hello everyone. please remember to bookmark this site as it is going to be an important source of information for you. There will be lots more resources available than ever before and we will will try to keep it organised as much as possible in line with the syllabus topics you can see in the menu bar.
A REALLY GOOD INTRODUCTION FOR Y12 APPROACHES AND REVIEW FOR Y13…BBC programme very well worth a listen to. PAVLOV AND HIS DOGS. Use this link for now and I shall look at getting it uploaded directly onto the site. IF YOU UNDERSTAND THE FEATURED IMAGE ON THIS POST, THEN YOU’VE LEARNED SOMETHING 🙂
FOR ALL YEAR 12 STUDENTS CONTINUING WITH PSYCHOLOGY IN YEAR 13
Research Methods will form 35% of your overall A Level grade; it is therefore imperative that you re-cap and thoroughly revise all content from Year 1 before the new content in Year 13.
Please complete the attached booklet as part of your revision:
There will be a formal assessment which will cover all of Year 1 Research Methods in the first lesson with KSL next academic year.
Please take the time to prepare over the summer and ensure you have a positive start to year 13.
If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is your work for the summer. It must be completed for your return to y13. Have a good holiday everyone.Psychology YR 12-13 Transition work
Bowl by uses the Continuity Hypothesis to link early experience to later emotional and psychological well-being, including the nature of adult relationships.
Remember, your focus is the ACUTE response on the new spec. watch the film here
It’s weird seeing your film coming up on someone else’s channel
Below are the three specimen papers provided from the exam board for paper 1. Keep in mind that while questions we use will be based on these and some may stay the same, we will have made alterations where we think appropriate, changed topic emphasis and edited in any other way we see fit.
Co-morbidity and symptom overlap to follow shortly