1. Resources Home
  2. Whole School
  3. Psychology
  4. Research methods
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.
aragon1
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.
nick_redshaw
BTEC Level 3 Unit 4 Current Research in Health and Social Care, Learning Aim B2. B3 Research Ethics

BTEC Level 3 Unit 4 Current Research in Health and Social Care, Learning Aim B2. B3 Research Ethics

This is a resource package consisting of , a 23 page booklet (Word) you can add and alter, with space for students to add notes, applied activities to complete and references to the BTEC text book. Along with this are Four PowerPoints to give interest to the delivery of the content for B2. Planning a research project and B3. Ethics Issues in research, as below:- B2 Planning Research How to plan a piece of research, including: • rationale for the research • deciding on achievable objectives • selecting appropriate research methods • selecting target group and sample • deciding realistic timescales • deciding how research will be monitored and modified • deciding measures for success • considering ethical issues while carrying out research. B3 Ethical issues Ethical principles in research reporting, including: • maintaining confidentiality of participants, including of any settings • ensuring that participants have given their consent • the need to seek consent from parents or carers if participants are under 18 or lack appropriate mental capacity • research conduct, including keeping a professional distance • data protection legislation, policies and procedures, including using the research only for the stated purpose • human rights legislation, policies and procedures and how this relates to conduct of research (legislation must be current at time of delivery and applicable to England, Wales or Northern Ireland) • the use and misuse of results, including statistics that inform practice, informed consent from participants and the 1947 Nuremberg Code 10 rules, in relation to ethical research, misuse of results, e.g. Andrew Wakefield and the MMR research • conflicts of interest in research and how to avoid them, peer reviews including human subjects, mentoring, research misconduct, professional distance, disclosure and whistle-blowing • role of organisations, e.g. National Social Care Research Ethics Committee. The booklet is a continuation from the Learning Aim A and B1 sections (page numbers follow on) which can be found on TES too. Good luck in your teaching :-)
HSCresources
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!
dukulajayasinghe1
BTEC Level 3 Unit 4 Current Research in Health and Social Care, Learning Aim B1 research methodology

BTEC Level 3 Unit 4 Current Research in Health and Social Care, Learning Aim B1 research methodology

A 34 page booklet with places for students to write their own notes, applied activities and reference to the BTEC HSC L3 Student Book 2, which can be adapted and altered (on Word) to meet your own teaching style. (The booklet follows on from the Learning Aim A booklet, also on TES) To accompany this there are TEN PowerPoints which cover the content for all of Learning Aim B1, as below... B1 Research methodologies • Organisations involved in research, to include health authorities, local authorities, social service departments and charities and community organisations, Office for National Statistics (ONS). • Research methods, including questionnaires, interviews, case studies, scientific experiments, checklists, observation, and their advantages and disadvantages. • Analysis of data, e.g. data compiled from local authorities and GP surgeries, to identify whether methods of care and support or treatment for health conditions are successful, to identify trends. • The difference between qualitative and quantitative data. • Conducting effective literature searches. • Identifying, analysing and evaluating source material.
HSCresources
GCSE  Psychology Psychological Problems Lesson Powerpoints  OCR New spec 9-1

GCSE Psychology Psychological Problems Lesson Powerpoints OCR New spec 9-1

22 Lessons in one PowerPoint that cover the following topics: - An introduction to mental health - Theories /Explanations - Biological /Psychological Explanation of Schizophrenia - Theories /Explanations - Biological /Psychological Explanation of Clinical Depression - Application - The development of treatments for Schizophrenia and Depression Teachers will need access to the OCR GCSE (9-1) Psychology Student Text Book by Billingham and Kitching
Feeny87
BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 4 Enquiries into Current Research in HSC Introduction

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 4 Enquiries into Current Research in HSC Introduction

A 10 page booklet introducing the new Unit 4 Enquires into Current Research and a programme of dates content will be delivered ahead of Part A released on March 23rd 2018, which you can adapt for your own teaching. There is an accompanying PowerPoint too. Resources for this Unit will be added to TES over the next few weeks. Unit 4 Learning Aim A 30 page booklet and resource package = https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/btec-level-3-health-and-social-care-unit-4-enquiries-into-current-research-in-hsc-intro-and-laa-11806244 Unit 4 Learning Aim B1 30 page booklet https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/btec-level-3-unit-4-current-research-in-health-and-social-care-learning-aim-b1-research-methodology-11808605 Unit 4 Learning Aim C 25 page booklet and resource package = https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/btec-level-3-health-and-social-care-unit-4-enquiries-into-current-research-in-hsc-intro-and-lac-11806713
HSCresources
Evaluating Bickman

Evaluating Bickman

The starter activities link to research methodology and get students to think critically about questionnaires. Then this lesson follows on from the core study. It allows you to teach the main weaknesses of the study and ask students how they can expand on them. Students should then try out a 13 mark question or write about how the study could be improved.
aragon1
BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 26 Health Psychology Learning Aim A1 booklet and activities

BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 26 Health Psychology Learning Aim A1 booklet and activities

A 32 page booklet with information, activities and applied tasks that will inform and encourage students to develop their analysis and evaluation skills so distinction course work can be written. This unit is not in the two core text books for students so the same standard as the book has hopefully been replicated so students will be able to refer to this when writing up their assignment work. There are four PowerPoints that go with the booklet covering the main perceptions and theories which are engaging and interesting, allowing students to make their own notes. You are free to add to or adapt the booklet to best suit your own personal teaching style. This booklet covers the A1 part of the spec, as below (A2 and Learning Aim B are currently under development so watch this space! A1 Concepts of health psychology, health and ill health • Definitions of health psychology, health and ill health, e.g. World Health Organization (WHO). • Models of health, including medical model, biopsychosocial model. • Use of holistic concept of health in underpinning complementary treatments, e.g. acupuncture. • Health-related behaviours, including health-belief model, compliance and non-compliance. • The ‘sick role’. • The development of health psychology as a discipline. For other resources for the BTEC Level 3 HSC course, follow me on TES to find all the resources https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons ...some resources are free, others there is a small charge for. Good luck in your teaching :-)
HSCresources
AQA GCSE NEW SPEC Psych - Lang, thought & communication - Non-verbal communication: Eye contact

AQA GCSE NEW SPEC Psych - Lang, thought & communication - Non-verbal communication: Eye contact

This lesson covers the function of eye contact as a feature of non-verbal communication. It includes a practical starter and second practical activity (mini experiment), a description of each function of eye contact with supporting videos to consolidate and the evaluation of the usefulness of research into eye contact through a matching activity. There is an exam focus towards the beginning of the lesson, breaking down exam questions and analysing responses as well as an exam/assessment driven differentiated plenary complete the structure strips for support.
lornaslasor