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- Focus on providing high-quality resources for Psychology courses - All resources are trialled with classes before publishing - UK-based practitioner with 5 years' teaching experience

- Focus on providing high-quality resources for Psychology courses - All resources are trialled with classes before publishing - UK-based practitioner with 5 years' teaching experience
Approaches to Psychology: The 'Key Ideas' Bundle
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Approaches to Psychology: The 'Key Ideas' Bundle

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A collection of engaging worksheets for the Approaches content in A-Level psychology. Covers key knowledge for all six approaches in the AQA syllabus, with application tasks included. Can be used in class while/after you deliver content, or independently by students for research or with their textbook. Suitable for initial delivery or as a revision activity.
Stanford Prison Experiment- Comprehension Questions
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Stanford Prison Experiment- Comprehension Questions

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This worksheet for students focuses on Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment, and is typically used alongside a video (there are several great videos available on Youtube, e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_LKzEqlPto). Although the detail is in places more than students need, the SPE is a named key study for AQA, and students tend to be very interested in this anyway. This is also useful for provoking discussion after wards, e.g. about validity, research methods and ethics. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Introducing Ethics - Milgram
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Introducing Ethics - Milgram

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This worksheet for students introduces issues around ethics in psychology, and is ideal in the first couple of lessons of the course (I begin with Social Influence anyway). Designed with the AQA specification in mind. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Social Influence: Obedience - The F-Scale
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Social Influence: Obedience - The F-Scale

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This is a reproduction/adaptation of Adorno’s F-Scale for measuring the Authoritarian Personality: the questions belong to the original authors and publishers, and are freely available online. Follow-up questions have been included for discussion. Designed with the AQA specification in mind. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Discussing Milgram: Internal/External Validity
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Discussing Milgram: Internal/External Validity

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This worksheet for students focuses on internal and external validity in the context of Milgram’s obedience work, and is ideal for supporting evidence-based discussion in class. It could be used as a homework/independent task before the lesson, in order to stimulate debate in class, or used within the lesson (independent work or with/following teaching). Designed with the AQA specification in mind, typically used with Cardwell and Flanagan’s ‘Year One and AS’ cat book. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Research into Minority Influence
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Research into Minority Influence

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This worksheet for students introduces the classic study by Moscovici, as well as some further research that students could use to evaluate elements of ‘behavioural style’ (i.e. commitment, consistency, etc.). This was intended as a reading task, but has been turned into a cloze/gap fill task to be more interactive. Designed with the AQA specification in mind and typically used with Cardwell and Flanagan’s ‘Year One’ cat book. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Social Influence - Asch and Conformity - RM (Sampling)
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Social Influence - Asch and Conformity - RM (Sampling)

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This worksheet for students introduces the issue of (participant) sampling in psychology, and is ideal in the first couple of lessons of the course (I begin with Social Influence anyway). Designed with the AQA specification in mind. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Key ideas: Humanistic Approach to Psychology
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Key ideas: Humanistic Approach to Psychology

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A worksheet for A-level psychology students focused on the key ideas of the humanistic approach. Includes cloze tasks, key information, knowledge/application (AO1/AO2) tasks. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used with several classes; students have commented on the layout and visual appeal being strengths of this resource.
Key ideas: Social Learning Theory
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Key ideas: Social Learning Theory

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A worksheet for A-level psychology students focused on the key ideas of the social learning approach. Includes cloze tasks, key information, and application (AO2) tasks based on the Bandura et al key study. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used with several classes; students have commented on the layout and visual appeal being strengths of this resource.
Social Change: Real World Application
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Social Change: Real World Application

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This worksheet for students focuses on ithe real-life application of social change theories, such as to the suffragettes and Ghandi’s salt march (information adapted from sources such as Wikipedia). It could be used as a homework task or as consolidation/application is class. It also contains an exam-style question on healthy schools. Designed with the AQA specification in mind. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Endocrine System and Hormones
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Endocrine System and Hormones

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A resource for A-level psychology students focused on the Year One (AS) content for the biopsychology part of the course. Includes two worksheets: one on the endocrine system and one on fight-or-flight. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used successfully with several classes.
Neurons and Synaptic Communication
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Neurons and Synaptic Communication

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A resource for A-level psychology students focused on the Year One (AS) content for the biopsychology part of the course. Includes two worksheets: one on the neuron and one on the synapse. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used successfully with several classes.
The Year One Biopsychology Bundle
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The Year One Biopsychology Bundle

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This bundle brings together resources you need for the Year One content of the biopsychology section of the A-Level psychology course. Includes worksheets for students that can be used in class, or as homework, or as a revision activity. Designed for the AQA specification in mind. Trialled with several classes before publication.
Key ideas:  Biological Approach to Psychology
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Key ideas: Biological Approach to Psychology

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A worksheet for A-level psychology students focused on the key ideas of the biological approach. Includes cloze tasks, key information, knowledge/application (AO1/AO2) tasks. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used with several classes; students have commented on the layout and visual appeal being strengths of this resource.
Key Ideas: The Behaviourist Approach to Psychology
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Key Ideas: The Behaviourist Approach to Psychology

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A worksheet for A-level psychology students focused on the key ideas of the behaviourist approach. Includes cloze tasks, key information, knowledge/application (AO1/AO2) tasks. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used with several classes; students have commented on the layout and visual appeal being strengths of this resource.
Key ideas: Cognitive Approach to Psychology
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Key ideas: Cognitive Approach to Psychology

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A worksheet for A-level psychology students focused on the key ideas of the cognitive approach. Includes cloze tasks, key information, knowledge/application (AO1/AO2) tasks. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used with several classes; students have commented on the layout and visual appeal being strengths of this resource.
Lateralisation (Split Brain) AO1 and AO3
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Lateralisation (Split Brain) AO1 and AO3

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A resource for A-level psychology students focused on the Year Two content for the biopsychology part of the course. Includes two worksheets: one on the key study and required knowledge (AO1) for split brains (Sperry) and another for AO3 (cloze / gap fill). Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used successfully with several classes. The AO3 gap fill could be used as a basis for essay-writing.
Key ideas: Psychodynamic Approach to Psychology
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Key ideas: Psychodynamic Approach to Psychology

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A worksheet for A-level psychology students focused on the key ideas of the psychodynamic approach. Includes cloze tasks, key information, knowledge/application (AO1/AO2) tasks. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used with several classes; students have commented on the layout and visual appeal being strengths of this resource.
Central and Peripheral Nervous System
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Central and Peripheral Nervous System

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A worksheet for A-level psychology students focused on the Year One (AS) ‘Nervous System’ content for the biopsychology part of the course. Students can complete as you deliver content, independently using textbooks, for homework, or as a revision activity. Used successfully with several classes.