Psychology teaching resources: Research methods

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Social Construction of Crime - Merton & Becker - Crime & Deviance L3/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192]

Social Construction of Crime - Merton & Becker - Crime & Deviance L3/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192]

Professionally designed for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (8192) taught from September 2017. It can be purchased as a part of a complete 20 x lesson bundle (from June, 2017)This is lesson 3 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Sociology of Crime & Deviance' section; it refers to the 'Social Construction of Crime & Deviance' section. The lesson focusses on the work of Merton & Becker: 'Strain-Theory' and Interactionist views. It also introduces the six broad theories of what causes crime in society.The download includes:-A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf)-A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats)-A double-sided A4 worksheet (.pdf)-A double-sided A4 Information sheet (.pdf)-HomeworkAll lessons are designed around the new AQA specification, we take considerable time making the highest quality lessons. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.comPositive reviews warmly welcomed!PS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

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Workbook Answers - Approaches in Psychology

Workbook Answers - Approaches in Psychology

Written by leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw this answer booklet is specifically for all the questions in our Approaches sections of our successful and extremely popular student workbooks: 1. AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80919-52. A Level - Paper 2 Psychology in Context Student Workbook ISBN 978-1326809133 3. Approaches Student Workbook here on TESOUR Student Workbooks build on over fifteen years of outstanding success and is ideally suited for the classroom, homework, independent study, review, exam preparation and extension. (students that also use our student workbook go on to achieve outstanding results). The AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook and Year 1 - Approaches Student Workbook can be downloaded here on TES our A Level Paper 2- Psychology in Context Student Workbook can only be purchased direct from our Amazon Bookshop

By nick_redshaw

Rameriz - GCSE Edexcel Psychology (link to aggression)

Rameriz - GCSE Edexcel Psychology (link to aggression)

GCSE Psychology lesson for the Edexcel spec. This lesson explores key information about the study and breaks the study down in to manageable sections. Students also have the opportunity to complete the Buss-Perry Questionnaire (downloaded from the internet, but I have attached it so you don't have to search for it separately). The questionnaire allows students to activity learn and understand how psychologists complete research. This lesson was originally taught as two 50 minute lessons but can be adapted to teach in one lesson.

By leanaandrews

Ethics of psychological research - GCSE two lessons

Ethics of psychological research - GCSE two lessons

A GCSE Lesson about ethics in psychological research. The lessons aims to teach students about the ethical guidelines all researchers must follow when conducting research. The two main activities are a research task (use of computers if possible) and a create your own study task. Students will also explore Zimbardo's study as an example of unethical research.

By leanaandrews

Aggression: The Ethological Explanation of Aggression (AQA New Spec)

Aggression: The Ethological Explanation of Aggression (AQA New Spec)

This lesson covers the ethological explanation of aggression from the Illuminate textbook (Year 2). This lesson includes independent and group activities that allow students to explain AO1 concepts and critically question them for AO3. Students are able to practise structuring PEEL paragraphs and share with class. AO2 activities include students answering exam style questions which allows the opportunity for peer assessment, particularly focusing on research methods. Video links allow for discussion and application. Click on the images to get the hyperlink. References are made to issues and debates.All worksheets are included towards end of powerpoint or in a separate file.If you have any questions please feel free to ask

By jboateng

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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

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AQA Psychology Research methods A Level

AQA Psychology Research methods A Level

This is a very long presentation, it contains all the research methods section of the new syllabus. It started as separate presentations that I used in lesson with activities I have designed. I have merged all these presentations in one at the request of my students who want to use it for revision. The mathematical content is not included.

By ejbfra

AQA Approaches AS

AQA Approaches AS

This is a PowerPoint going through the main points of every AS approach (in the AQA Specification), including Behaviourist Approach, Biological Approach, etc. This presentation also includes some evaluation points.

By Maracarberry

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Year 2 Student Workbook Option 2 - Stress

Year 2 Student Workbook Option 2 - Stress

Written by leading authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw specifically for the AQA Psychology Specification Year 2 Psychology in Context, ISSUE, DEBATES and OPTIONS - Option 2 - STRESSOption 2 Stress - Learning ObjectivesOn completion of this Option you should be familiar with the following:Week 1. The physiology of stress, including general adaptation syndrome, the hypothalamic pituitary-adrenal system, the sympathomedullary pathway and the roleWeek 2. The role of stress in illness, including reference to immunosuppression and cardiovascular disorders.Week 3. Sources of stress: life changes and daily hassles. Workplace stress, including the effects of workload and control.Week 4. Measuring stress: self-report scales (Social Readjustment Ratings Scale and Hassles and Uplifts Scale) and physiological measures, including skin conductance response.Week 5. Individual differences in stress: personality types A, B and C and associated behaviours; hardiness, including commitment, challenge and control.Week 6. Managing and coping with stress: drug therapy (benzodiazepines, beta blockers), stress inoculation therapy and biofeedback. Gender differences in coping with stress. The role of social support in coping with stress; types of social support, including instrumental, emotional and esteemsupport.This workbook is a must and will help your students achieve their potential in the NEW A Level Exams as well as saving you hours and hours of preparation time. IDEAL for developing the flipped classroom. The supporting POWERPOINT(s) will also be available soon here on TES.

By nick_redshaw

Year 12 psychology attachment lessons

Year 12 psychology attachment lessons

A series of lessons for the attachment unit for year 1 psychology alevel. Activities, videos and resources are within the powerpointLesson order:Intro to attachmentCaregiver-infant interactionSchafferAnimal studiesLearning theoryBowlbyStrange situationCultural variations in attachmentBowlby’s theory of maternal deprivationRomanian orphanage studiesInfluence of early attachments on later relationships

By rebeccamtimms

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Cognitive psychology research methods ALL

Cognitive psychology research methods ALL

A 94 slide power point covering ALL of the Edexcel spec requirements for A Level psychology. Refers to exam questions, mark schemes and includes game of taboo for students to test understanding.

By Danihus

Mann Whitney U

Mann Whitney U

Edexcel psychology A Level new specification. Mann Whitney U power point for cognitive research methods, includes examples and reference to critical value tables.

By Danihus

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Workbook Answers Psychopathology - Phobias

Workbook Answers Psychopathology - Phobias

Written by leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw this answer booklet is specifically for all the questions on 'Phobias' in our psychopathology section of our successful and extremely popular student workbooks:1. AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80919-5 PDF here on TES Paperback version on Amazon2. A Level - Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80874-7 only available as a paperback version on Amazon3. Psychopathology Workbook here on TESOUR Student Workbooks build on over fifteen years of outstanding success and is ideally suited for the classroom, homework, independent study, review, exam preparation and extension. (students that also use our student workbook go on to achieve outstanding results).Each students buying our workbooks from Amazon will be given FREE access to our Online Revision Site, which includes all our resources in an easy section by section folders with PowerPoint's, videos, quizzes, assessment material, exam style papers, mocks etc..live assignments, feedback and even ask the authors and much much more.

By nick_redshaw

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Workbook Answers - Explanations for Resistance to Social Influence

Workbook Answers - Explanations for Resistance to Social Influence

Written by leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw this answer booklet is specifically for all the questions in our Explanations for Resistance to Social Influence section of our successful and extremely popular student workbooks:1. AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80919-52. A Level - Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80874-7 3. Social Influence Student WorkbookOUR Student Workbooks build on over fifteen years of outstanding success and is ideally suited for the classroom, homework, independent study, review, exam preparation and extension. (students that also use our student workbook go on to achieve outstanding results).The AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook and Year 1 - Social Influence Student Workbook can be downloaded here on TES our A Level Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook and Social Influence Student Workbook and Answers can be purchased direct from our Amazon Bookshop

By nick_redshaw

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Workbook Answers - Types of Conformity

Workbook Answers - Types of Conformity

Written by leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw this answer booklet is specifically for all the questions in our Types of Conformity section of our successful and extremely popular student workbooks:1. AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80919-52. A Level - Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80874-7 3. Social Influence Student WorkbookOUR Student Workbooks build on over fifteen years of outstanding success and is ideally suited for the classroom, homework, independent study, review, exam preparation and extension. (students that also use our student workbook go on to achieve outstanding results).The AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook and Year 1 - Social Influence Student Workbook can be downloaded here on TES our A Level Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook and Social Influence Student Workbook and Answers can be purchased direct from our Amazon Bookshop

By nick_redshaw

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Workbook Answers - Conformity to Social Roles

Workbook Answers - Conformity to Social Roles

Written by leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw this answer booklet is specifically for all the questions in our Conformity to Social Roles section of our successful and extremely popular student workbooks:1. AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80919-52. A Level - Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80874-7 3. Social Influence Student WorkbookOUR Student Workbooks build on over fifteen years of outstanding success and is ideally suited for the classroom, homework, independent study, review, exam preparation and extension. (students that also use our student workbook go on to achieve outstanding results).The AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook and Year 1 - Social Influence Student Workbook can be downloaded here on TES our A Level Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook and Social Influence Student Workbook and Answers can be purchased direct from our Amazon Bookshop

By nick_redshaw

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Workbook Answers - Explanations for Obedience

Workbook Answers - Explanations for Obedience

Written by leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw this answer booklet is specifically for all the questions in our Explanations for Obedience section of our successful and extremely popular student workbooks:1. AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80919-52. A Level - Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook ISBN 978-1-326-80874-7 3. Social Influence Student WorkbookOUR Student Workbooks build on over fifteen years of outstanding success and is ideally suited for the classroom, homework, independent study, review, exam preparation and extension. (students that also use our student workbook go on to achieve outstanding results).The AS Level - Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context Workbook and Year 1 - Social Influence Student Workbook can be downloaded here on TES our A Level Paper 1 Introductory Topics Student Workbook and Social Influence Student Workbook and Answers can be purchased direct from our Amazon Bookshop

By nick_redshaw

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AQA Psychology Addiction option lesson pack

AQA Psychology Addiction option lesson pack

This series of ppts follows the 'Girl with pink hair' textbook and is aimed at students taking the Addiction option of year 2 A Level Psychology. Each ppt has a variety of tasks included - there are interactive pair, group and whole class activities with Flipped Learning homeworks included for some of the topics. There are differentiated writing/exam tasks included plus differentiated questions which teachers can tailor to suit their own needs. 'Lolly stick questions' refers to the use of lolly sticks with students names on to be used by the teacher to create a randomised way of asking questions in class. There are two worksheets included which are for a matching game and role play outlined in the ppt instructions. The tone of the ppts is quite humorous and there are lots of visuals to stimulate sixth form students.

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