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[AQA '15] Psychopathology 1-10 lessons

[AQA '15] Psychopathology 1-10 lessons

95 colourful and informative slides with links to videos/resources and information in the notes.Tasks and stretch included.Works best along the green haired girl book. some printing required but not necessary.Slides include all of Psychopathology:4x abnormality 3x Depression (Characteristics, explanations, treatment)3x Phobias (Characteristics, explanations, treatment)3x OCD (Characteristics, explanations, treatment)

By Findlotte

AQA Psychology Humanistic Approach

AQA Psychology Humanistic Approach

This is a whole lesson on the Humanistic Approach - for use with the 'Girl with Pink Hair' textbook. It contains interactive activities, AFL, evaluation activities and 16-mark question structuring around the mark-scheme.

By skatequeen

Hot Seat Revision Game - Forensic AQA Psychology - Key terms

Hot Seat Revision Game - Forensic AQA Psychology - Key terms

A powerpoint of 67 key terms from the new spec Forensic module.Perfect for students to do the hot seat revision activity. Have one student sat at the front (back to the key term) and their team has 45 seconds to describe the word on the board to the student. I split them into teams and then give each team in turn 45 seconds to get as many as they can. You can mix it up by having a member from each team at the front and then you describe the word to see who gets it first.

By Psymarie8

Psychology Open Evening Taster - Lombroso - Criminal Face - Serial Killer or Psychologist?

Psychology Open Evening Taster - Lombroso - Criminal Face - Serial Killer or Psychologist?

A card sort activity where students have to decide if a photo is of a researcher or serial killer. Print the cards so that the photo is one side and the description is stuck on the back of the photo. Students then sort the cards into two piles - SERIAL KILLERS or PSYCHOLOGISTS - using just the photo. They can then turn them over to see if they are right.Good to then have a discussion about whether there is a criminal face and link to Lombroso. Could be used as an introduction to Lombroso or just an open evening activity.

By Psymarie8

Rosenhan Study - Clinical Psychology

Rosenhan Study - Clinical Psychology

A presentation on the key study by Rosenhan (1973) on the reliability of diagnosis in Schizophrenia. Includes both a teacher copy (full detail) and a student copy (gapped). Includes the aim, procedure, results, conclusion and evaluation questions of the study. Used with students sitting the Edexcel specification for A Level Psychology, in the Clinical topic. Could be used with other exam boards as well.

By mandarmstrong

Rosenhan Study Activities - Clinical Psychology

Rosenhan Study Activities - Clinical Psychology

Resources here include a summary handout on Rosenhan's study (1973) on the reliability of diagnosis in Schizophrenia, with a separate questions sheet/ quiz and crossword. These resources complement the presentation on this topic and are a good check of learning. They have been used by students sitting the Edexcel Psychology A Level specification but could be adapted to suit other exam boards.

By mandarmstrong

Schizophrenia Assessment Activity

Schizophrenia Assessment Activity

A student assessment to check understanding of Schizophrenia diagnosis, symptoms and explanations. This contains two resources one copy for students and one highlighted for the teacher with suggested answers. Useful to use as a starter activity or homework task to check learning. Has been used with students sitting A Level Psychology - Clinical topic for Edexcel. This could be used with other exam board as well.Test Question is based on a scenario case study (attached in detail): R.F. is suffering from clinical schizophrenia. What evidence can you find that suggests this is the case; refer to symptoms/ characteristics and types. You must also offer at least one explanation for the development of his disorder. Cite examples from the case study to support your answer. (10 marks)Look at the key Characteristics, Positive Symptoms, Negative Symptoms and Possible Explanations

By mandarmstrong

Schizophrenia  Handouts - Explanations and Treatments

Schizophrenia Handouts - Explanations and Treatments

This resource contains two handouts for students - one on the explanations of Schizophrenia (Cognitive and Social) and one on the treatments (drug therapy and CBT). They are designed to be summary sheets for students to revise from and complement other resources on this topic. Used with students following the Edexcel Psychology A Level specification but can easily be used by other exam boards.

By mandarmstrong

Mumford and Whitehouse Study on Eating Disorders - Clinical Psychology

Mumford and Whitehouse Study on Eating Disorders - Clinical Psychology

A presentation to outline all the key components of the study by Mumford and Whitehouse (1988) for Clinical Psychology, topic of Eating Disorders. Aim, procedure, results, conclusion and evaluation all covered in detail. Useful for student notes for revision or to use in class to introduce the study. Additional handouts and worksheets can be found in the resources section of this topic. Used with students studying A Level Psychology for Edexcel and could be adapted for other boards.

By mandarmstrong

Extension Activity Schizophrenia - Clinical Psychology

Extension Activity Schizophrenia - Clinical Psychology

An extension activity for students to use based on their prior knowledge of symptoms and diagnosis of Schizophrenia. Includes three case studies which were taken from http://priory.com/schizo.htm. The additional sheet is the DSM criteria for Schizophrenia. There are questions that students have to work through at the end of each case study (three in total). Can be used as a starter activity or homework task. Used with students sitting the Edexcel specification for A Level Psychology but could be adapted for use with other boards.

By mandarmstrong

Gottesman and Shields Study - Clinical Psychology

Gottesman and Shields Study - Clinical Psychology

A presentation on the key study by Gottesman and Shields (1966) on the genetic basis of Schizophrenia. Includes both a teacher copy (full detail) and a student copy (gapped). Includes the aim, procedure, results and conclusion of the study. Used with students sitting the Edexcel specification for A Level Psychology, in the Clinical topic. Could be used with other exam boards as well.

By mandarmstrong

Evaluation sheet for Psychological Studies

Evaluation sheet for Psychological Studies

An evaluation grid which gives students an idea of how to evaluate psychological studies. Includes issues on usefulness/ real life applications, ecological validity, data collection, strengths and weaknesses of the method, ethics and generalisation. The worksheet can also be used as a template if information is blanked out. Useful for all areas and levels of Psychology, regardless of examination board. Used with AS and A Level Psychology students.

By mandarmstrong

Explanations of Anorexia Nervosa  - Psychology A Level

Explanations of Anorexia Nervosa - Psychology A Level

A presentation to outline all the explanations in Psychology given for Anorexia - Social, Cognitive, Psychodynamic and Biological. Includes key studies such as the genetic study by Holland (1988). Useful for student notes for revision or to teach from in the lesson. Additional handouts and worksheets can be found in the resources section of this topic. Used with students studying A Level Psychology for Edexcel and AQA and could be adapted for other boards.

By mandarmstrong

Essay template for explanations of Anorexia - A Level Psychology

Essay template for explanations of Anorexia - A Level Psychology

A handout to outline all the explanations in Psychology given for Anorexia - essay template for students. Describe and evaluate the biological and psychological explanations of Anorexia Nervosa. Includes the key approaches and studies such as the genetic study by Holland (1988). Useful for student notes for revision or to aid homework task. Additional handouts and worksheets can be found in the resources section of this topic. Used with students studying A Level Psychology for Edexcel and AQA and could be adapted for other boards.

By mandarmstrong

Real life case study assessment - Anorexia, Clinical Psychology

Real life case study assessment - Anorexia, Clinical Psychology

An assessment activity to test students understanding of the explanations of Anorexia in Clinical Psychology, the topic of Eating Disorders. Useful for student notes for revision or as a homework assessment. Using a source, students have to answer questions (see below).A. Use the source to define Anorexia Nervosa and identify the main characteristics and symptoms associated with the disorder. B. With reference to the source, describe at least one appropriate treatment for the diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa.C. Using examples from the source describe and evaluate 2 explanations of the causes of Anorexia Nervosa. Additional handouts and worksheets can be found in the resources section of this topic. Used with students studying A Level Psychology for Edexcel and could be adapted for other boards.

By mandarmstrong

Treatments for Anorexia in Clinical Psychology (RET/ Free Association)

Treatments for Anorexia in Clinical Psychology (RET/ Free Association)

A presentation which outlines two treatments for Anorexia Nervosa in Clinical Psychology for A Level. Focuses on Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) and Free Association. Briefly describes and evaluates each treatment. Can be used as part of a lesson for students studying this topic, includes student activity and weblinks. See other resources on this topic to support it. Used with students sitting Edexcel Psychology A Level but could be adapted and used with other exam boards.

By mandarmstrong

Definitions of Abnormality - Clinical Psychology A Level

Definitions of Abnormality - Clinical Psychology A Level

A presentation for students to challenge the idea of abnormality and look at the definitions of abnormality and how they have changed over time in various cultures. A good starter activity which includes 16 different examples. Used with students studying A Level Psychology following the Edexcel specification but could easily be adapted for use with other boards. Used in Clinical Psychology. This resource contains a student presentation and an answers presentation.

By mandarmstrong

Introduction to Schizophrenia

Introduction to Schizophrenia

A presentation for students to introduce Schizophrenia and the symptoms and explanations (biological, cognitive and social). Used with students studying A Level Psychology following the Edexcel specification but could easily be adapted for use with other boards. Used in Clinical Psychology. Useful to use along other resources on this topic.

By mandarmstrong

Case Studies on the Diagnosis of Schizophrenia

Case Studies on the Diagnosis of Schizophrenia

A student activity on the diagnosis of Schizophrenia. Asks students to use their knowledge of symptoms and explanations to give a diagnosis for each case study (two included). Used with students sitting A Level Psychology, learning about Clinical Psychology for the Edexcel specification. Could be adapted and used by other exam boards.

By mandarmstrong

Goldstein Study in Clinical Psychology

Goldstein Study in Clinical Psychology

A presentation on the key study by Goldstein (1988) on gender differences in Schizophrenia. Covers the aim, procedure, results and conclusion of the study. Can be used as a whole lesson with additional resources or part of a lesson. Used with students sitting the Edexcel specification for A Level Psychology but could be adapted for use with other boards.

By mandarmstrong

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