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I am currently an undergraduate student studying Law at the University of Warwick. During A-Levels, I studied English Literature, Psychology and History.

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This is a condense revision notes for Psychology Paper 2 - Section B.

This document includes:

  • Social Explanation of Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) + Evaluation
    Labelling + Self-fulfilling Prophecy
    Social Learning Theory

  • Biological Explanations of Crime + Evaluation + Issues and Debates
    Brain Injury
    Amygdala
    XYY Syndrome
    Personality

  • Gender differences in explanations of Crime and ASB + Evaluation
    Amygdala
    Brain Injury
    Gender and XYY Syndrome
    Personality

  • Understanding the offender - The cognitive interview + Evaluation + Issues and Debates

  • Offence analysis + Evaluation

  • Psyhological Formulations

  • HCPC Guidelines

  • Biological Treatment for Criminality - Drug + Evaluation + Issues and Debates

  • Cognitive Treatment for Criminality: Anger Management Therapy + Evaluation

  • Factors affecting EWT + Evaluation

  • Loftus and Palmer - Classic study

  • Key Question: ‘Is EWT too unreliable to trust?’ + Evaluation

  • Factors affceting Jury Decision Making + Evaluation

  • Pre-trial Publicity + Evaluation

  • Bradbury and Williams - Contemporary study

  • Criminal Practical

With these notes I was able to feel confident with the content for psychology and achieve great grades.

These notes are made form lessons and also the textbook:

Edexcel AS/A Level Psychology Student Book + ActiveBook: (Edexcel GCE Psychology 2015)
By Karren Smith (Author), Elizabeth Barkham (Author), Anna Cave (Author), Susan Harty (Author), Annabel Jervis (Author), James Bailey (Author), Esther O’Neill (Author)

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