LO's: Describe and evaluate two relevant theories in Attachment. Describe and evaluate supporting studies in attachment Use relevant terms and concepts relating to developmental psychology Apply the nature versus nurture debate to your chosen theories Designed for Level 3 courses. Student activities embedded throughout the presentation.
Studying Developmental Psychology, and more specifically psychologists behind it? We have the revision worksheet for you! It is the perfect revision kit for students. Learn all you need to know about that topic to get top marks!
A revision puzzle for the developmental psychology topic. Print out the puzzle page with the triangles on students need to cut them out and assemble them matching questions to answers for form a hexagon.
Notes on the developmental approach of psychology including assumptions, strengths and weaknesses and debates.
Summary of Bandura and Chaney's studies, including: -Aim -Procedure -Research Method -Sample -IVs/DVs -Controls -Results -Conclusions -Evaluation (of research method, data, validity, reliability, sample, practical applications, ethics) -Comparisons
This product is for the Developmental section. Please see my free Bandura study for an example. This product contains 20 specially created studies that can be used to cover the new specification of IB Psychology. It also includes a guide to show which studies can be used to address which questions/topics. The studies are a mix of classic experiments and newer research. Most studies cannot be found in the course textbooks, giving students the advantage of using studies that the majority of IB students will not be aware of. Those studies that are in the regular textbooks are presented in a simpler, cleaner and more straightforward format. • There is at least 1 study for each SAQ. • There are at least 2 studies for each ERQ. • In some cases, there are more studies, so you have the scope to choose studies which you prefer. All the studies have been written to be simple and clear for students from an international background who may not have English as their first language. Each study also includes an evaluation section which can be used to help with the critical thinking required for ERQ questions. Each study has a short text at the top which lists the areas in which the study can be used. This allows for fast cross-referencing. It also has an Abstract which can help when revising so students can quickly review the study. They all also contain helpful or colourful pictures to give students a visual anchor to the study. Some studies contain 2 or 3 versions of the experiment to allow students to focus on sections they find more interesting. There are a variety of simple and more complicated studies with the earlier topics leaning towards an easy access approach and later topics having more detail. Please note: There is a free version of Bandura’s study available for you to be able to examine as a sample. There are 5 packs available: Biological, Cognitive, Socio-cultural, Developmental and Human Relationships. Many of the studies are repeated in the other packs. These ‘multi-use’ studies were carefully selected to address as many topics across the whole of the IB course as possible in order to reduce the amount of studies the student is required to learn. In total, there are 68 individual studies that comprise the whole course, but the amount required by the student to learn can be greatly reduced through selecting appropriate studies using the guides included. Many studies can be used 5 or 6 times, and some can be omitted completely if desired. This pack contains studies ONLY. It does not contain information on the theories. It does indicate which theories are associated with which study, but the students will need to be aware of the theories in order to properly utilise the studies. All the theories that are specifically required by IB (e.g. schemas, cognitive biases, working memory model) have appropriate studies in this pack.
A useful resource for health and social care and psychology. Gives an overview of the main themes.
Developmental Psychology PowerPoint is a great resource to add to your psychology curriculum. This 32 slide PowerPoint is packed with beautiful graphics, engaging video clips and presenter notes that aid your understanding of each slide. I have used these with my A.P. classes as well as regular psychology classes. Make it easy on yourself! For these PowerPoints, worksheets, lesson plans, warmups and Exit Tickets, assessment and more, go to Developmental Psychology Complete Unit Bundled Topics Include Child Development - attachement - stranger anxiety - separation anxiety - contact comfort - Harry Harlow - imprinting - Konrad Lorenz - Mary Ainsworth - secure v. insecure attachment - parenting styles - authoritarian authoritative, permissive - Jean Piaget’s four stages of cognitive development - assimilation - accommodation - Lawrence Kohlberg’s moral reasoning Adolescence - puberty - primary sex characteristics - secondary sex characteristics - prefrontal cortex development - Erik Erikson’s identity formation - identity crisis Adulthood - early adulthood - middle adulthood - late adulthood - social clock - marriage - generativety - menopause - senile dementia - Alzheimer’s - Elisabeth Kubler’s five stages of grief More stuff on the way! For more great products, visit my store at Big Ideas in Teaching or find me on Pinterest!
Complete Developmental Psychology Revision Guide for AQA-A. No longer includes PPQs due to copyright.
This resource is for AS and A level students who are studying OCR psychology. These are all the notes needed for each developmental study including background knowledge, procedure, sample, research method, key findings, conclusions and theories on which the study is based. The studies in this resource show Bandura and Chaney
Revision Pack for Developmental Psychology. This is useful for students taking the new 9-1 specification for Edexcel. It is also useful teachers to use to give to students. It includes practice exam question, worksheet, abreviated learning techniques. Over 30 pages of revision notes and exam style questions. These revsions packs are Also available" Memory revision pack Psychological problems revision pack Brain and Neuropsychology revision pack Social Psychology revision pack Criminal Psychology Revision pack Sleeping and dreaming revision pack. Research Methods Contact me for additional information.
Print out the pages back to back. Students fold them in half and use them as a revision aid to help them consolidate their knowledge about the developmental psychology unit. They are reversible so can be folded the other way as well.
A mind map for each of the core studies for OCR A-Level Psychology. Each one contains full details of the studies including: Aim, Participants, Method and Procedure, Results, Conclusions and Evaluations. Colour coded- Social: Pink Cognitive: Orange Developmental: Yellow Biological: Blue Individual Differences: Purple Enjoy and good luck in your A-Levels!
This resource is for AS and A level students who are studying OCR psychology. These are all the notes needed for the developmental study evaluation including research method, data, ethics, validity, reliability, sample and ethnocentrism. The studies in this resource show Bandura and Chaney.
Developmental Psychology Unit Bundled includes Developmental Psychology PowerPoints with Video Clips and presenter notes, worksheets/activities, warmups, project, review crossword, videos and video guide, assessment and daily lesson plans. This bundle has everything you need to teach all about developmental psychology. Detailed lesson plans make no prep necessary, just copy/paste into your lesson plans. Everything is usable. Everything is planned. This is the complete package. I have used this for both AP Psychology and regular classes. Each lesson begins with a warm-up, PowerPoint lecture, a review handout or activity and an exit ticket. Developmental Psychology PowerPoints include presenter notes that guide you through PowerPoint lectures and short video clips. Topics Include Child Development - attachement - stranger anxiety - separation anxiety - contact comfort - Harry Harlow - imprinting - Konrad Lorenz - Mary Ainsworth - secure v. insecure attachment - parenting styles - authoritarian authoritative, permissive - Jean Piaget’s four stages of cognitive development - assimilation - accommodation - Lawrence Kohlberg’s moral reasoning Adolescence - puberty - primary sex characteristics - secondary sex characteristics - prefrontal cortex development - Erik Erikson’s identity formation - identity crisis Adulthood - early adulthood - middle adulthood - late adulthood - social clock - marriage - generativety - menopause - senile dementia - Alzheimer’s - Elisabeth Kubler’s five stages of grief This Unit Includes: • Developmental Psychology PowerPoints More stuff on the way! For more great products, visit my store at Big Ideas in Teaching or find me on Pinterest!
OCR Psychology: Developmental Core Studies This is for the H567 and H167 A-Level Course It includes all 4 Developmental Core Studies: Bandura Chaney Kohlberg Lee
Notes on: -Assumptions of the developmental approach -Strengths and weaknesses of the developmental approach -How the core studies link to the developmental area -How the developmental area links to the debates
Developmental Crossword Puzzle Review includes - 23 Terms and 23 clues plus word bank. This is a perfect activity for reviewing before a test, as homework or for substitute plans. This includes two puzzles, one with a word bank and one without. And of course, a key is included. Word List: hypothesis developmental psychology reflex imprinting assimilation egocentrism object permanence contact comfort maturation rooting reflex critical period attachment imprinting Konrad Lorenz menopause Jean Piaget ego integrity Lawrence Kohlberg ageism Alzheimers Harry Harlow social clock primary sex characteristics secondary sex characteristics Save some money by getting this crossword with the entire unit including PowerPoints, worksheets, lesson plans, project, review and assessment. Go to Developmental Psychology Unit Bundled. Related: • Developmental Psychology PowerPoints with Video Clips • Effects of Alcohol & Smoking during Pregnancy Infographic Analysis • Playing with Piaget Activity • Developmental Psychology Unit Bundled
Designed to recap the whole attachment topic for new spec AQA Psychology. Includes shorten notes for interactions, role of father, animal studies, strange situation, explanations, maternal deprivation, institutionalisation and influence of childhood attachment. I give the students a copy of the student version (usually 2 slides to page) to complete and annotate while I go through the teacher version as a class. If you like this the same revision powerpoints are available for the following topics and can be bought as bundles: Memory Social Influence Psychopathology Approaches Biopsychology Forensic Schizophrenia Gender Issues and Debates
Complete topic resources for the Forensic Psychology topic from Year 2 of AQA Psychology A-Level (2015 specification 4.3.9). Created by a consistently outstanding ALPS 2 Psychology teacher with 7 years of A-Level Psychology teaching experience. Resources include, but are not limited to, PowerPoints of the whole lesson including activity instructions, worksheets, card sorts, videos and exam question packs. These resources cover all of the elements of the specification for this topic. Learning objectives and differentiated success criteria are provided for every lesson on the PowerPoints. The activities are differentiated based on a bronze, silver, gold medal system with the gold level tasks being the most challenging. These activities cover the knowledge, application and evaluation skills of the course. Additional challenge tasks are included to really stretch the top end. Exam questions have been sourced for every lesson and include reference to the paper they originated from so that mark schemes can be found quickly and easily. The questions cover the range of skills for each lesson within the topic. Differentiated starter activities are provided for each lesson which enable testing of learning from the previous lesson. Specific flipped learning homework tasks are provided, and quizzes to assess learning from the flipped tasks in the subsequent lesson are also included. To preview the quality of my content, please see my Psychology teaching and learning blog: http://flmpsychologypedagogy.blogspot.com/ If you purchase the topic and would like any hints and tips about the activities provided, please do not hesitate to contact me through my blog.
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