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Template for Criminal behaviour theories and studies

Template for Criminal behaviour theories and studies

Print out onto coloured card, students summarise each theory and linking study as they work through the unit, should be done without notes. Store in a revision folder separate from class book and notes, then use as a revision resource later in the course. I have these for all units in the new spec. Email if you need them.
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Poster - Psychopathology - The behavioural, emotional and cognitive characteristics of OCD

Poster - Psychopathology - The behavioural, emotional and cognitive characteristics of OCD

Visual and Engaging Psychology Specific Posters by Nick and Bethan Redshaw As most of you know we run the very popular Psychexamhelp on Twitter. Many a time we have been asked by teachers how they can get hold of our colourful and engaging posters. So by popular demand we have posted them here on TES all you need to do is print them out at your school. Designed by us their aim is to break down the AQA Psychology Specification into easily digestible chunks of information. Our visual and attention grabbing designs are guaranteed to brighten up your classrooms and engage your students. A really good tip is to make your classroom specific for the Learning Cycle you are in, for example if covering Psychopathology put up this poster and create colourful and engaging learning environments for your pupils? We offer over 100 different designs, covering all the psychology topics topics, from Paper 1 through to Paper 3.
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Nature vs Nurture

Nature vs Nurture

This presentation is designed to introduce learners to the nature / nurture debate in relation to psychology. It contains a number of discussion points as well as a link to a video documentary of the famous 'Genie' case. Learners must also consider the theories they have been learning about (Freud / Bandura / Piaget) in relation to the debate.
joecranney
Freud - Psychodynamic approach

Freud - Psychodynamic approach

This presentation is designed to introduce Level 2 learners to the topic of psychology and the theory of Sigmund Freud. It outlines his theory, including definitions of the id, ego and super-ego and the conscious, unconscious and preconscious minds. Finally, it outlines the four main stages of psychosexual development. The theory is not very in depth but is easily adaptable,
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Cambridge AS and A level Psychology 9990 model papers

Cambridge AS and A level Psychology 9990 model papers

Contains two model papers for Cambridge AS level 9990 syllabus psychology. Both are at the same standard as the specimen paper released by the Cambridge Examination board. Marking schemes can be received by email, please contact dukulajayasinghe1@gmail.com Contains TWO specimen paper 1 (Research, issues and debates) on all 12 case studies. NEW!
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Psychological Explanations of Offending | A Level Psychology AQA New Specification

Psychological Explanations of Offending | A Level Psychology AQA New Specification

This is a summary sheet including all information needed for AQA new specification psychology sub topic ‘psychological explanations for offending'. It is best used as a hand out in lessons to summarise the key information students should learn for the exam, or as a revision resource. The level of detail and reference to theories/ studies is plenty enough for those aiming for an A* but the concise style of notes makes it an ideal summary sheet for students of all abilities. There are also example exam questions at the end that relate to the summary sheet and directly to the specification so that students can test themselves. Check out my shop for tonnes more AQA A Level Psychology resources for the new spec! Specifically includes: Psychological explanations of offending behaviour: Eysenck’s theory of the criminal personality; cognitive explanations; level of moral reasoning and cognitive distortions, including hostile attribution bias and minimalisation; differential association theory; psychodynamic explanations.
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Psychological Therapies for Schizophrenia | A Level Psychology AQA New Specification

Psychological Therapies for Schizophrenia | A Level Psychology AQA New Specification

This is a summary sheet including all information needed for AQA new specification psychology 'psychological therapies for schizophrenia'. It is best used as a hand out in lessons to summarise the key information students should learn for the exam, or as a revision resource. The level of detail and reference to theories/ studies is plenty enough for those aiming for an A* but the concise style of notes makes it an ideal summary sheet for students of all abilities. There are also example exam questions at the end that relate to the summary sheet and directly to the specification so that students can test themselves. Check out my shop for tonnes more AQA A Level Psychology resources for the new spec! Specifically includes: Cognitive behaviour therapy and family therapy as used in the treatment of schizophrenia. Token economies as used in the management of schizophrenia.
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Psychological Explanations for Schizophrenia | A Level Psychology AQA New Specification

Psychological Explanations for Schizophrenia | A Level Psychology AQA New Specification

This is a summary sheet including all information needed for AQA new specification psychology 'psychological explanations for schizophrenia'. It is best used as a hand out in lessons to summarise the key information students should learn for the exam, or as a revision resource. The level of detail and reference to theories/ studies is plenty enough for those aiming for an A* but the concise style of notes makes it an ideal summary sheet for students of all abilities. There are also example exam questions at the end that relate to the summary sheet and directly to the specification so that students can test themselves. Check out my shop for tonnes more AQA A Level Psychology resources for the new spec! Specifically includes: Psychological explanations for schizophrenia: family dysfunction and cognitive explanations, including dysfunctional thought processing. Plus detailed high level evaluation.
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