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Psychology Teaching Resources: A-Level and GCSE all boards

Digital teaching resources for Psychology, all the major examination boards: AQA, OCR and EDEXCEL (A-Level and GCSE). Message me if you wish to purchase with a school invoice, it can be arranged (amac54@btinternet.com)

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Digital teaching resources for Psychology, all the major examination boards: AQA, OCR and EDEXCEL (A-Level and GCSE). Message me if you wish to purchase with a school invoice, it can be arranged (amac54@btinternet.com)
AQA GCSE Psychology, Psychological Problems, New Spec (9-1)
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AQA GCSE Psychology, Psychological Problems, New Spec (9-1)

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AQA GCSE Psychology, Psychological Problems, New Spec (9-1) Paper 2 Social Context and behaviour: Psychological Problems PPT Covers: What is mental health? What are the effects of mental health problems? What is depression? What are the causes and treatments for depression? Key Study: Wiles (2013) What is addiction? What are the causes and treatments for addiction? Key Study: Kaij (1960) Extensive coverage of the module on a PPT display (115 slides) PPT include on-slide exercises, exam style questions to supplement understanding and activities to encourage thinking and learning. At the end of each section are examination style questions. These can be used for class discussion, class work or homework (NB. Have not placed values as this depends on how you use the questions). The information (simply and clearly explained) is in the main designed to supplement their textbooks. This enables the student to expand their knowledge and answers whilst doing independent learning. Complete coverage of the whole module, just ‘pick up a module’ and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers. You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright: amac-edu 2018© Producing this class tested resource was hard work, but we are pleased with it. SO, IF YOU PURCHASE, CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED…. So, it can be improved (you automatically get notified of free updates once purchased) Thanks Thanks, from the experienced authors: Andy McCarthy and Evie Bentley: Chartered Psychologists, experienced teachers and publishers.
OCR GCSE Psychology (9-1): Development, Paper 1
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OCR GCSE Psychology (9-1): Development, Paper 1

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OCR GCSE Psychology (9-1): Development Paper One: Studies and applications in psychology Covers: Stages of development; pre-natal; childhood; adolescence; and adulthood The development of brain structures and functions; the nervous system; neurons; synapses; and their interaction in development of the brain IQ tests as a measure of intelligence. Theories/Explanations Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development The Role of Learning on Development – Dweck’s Mindset Theory Willingham’s Learning Theory Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development: The four invariant stages of development: sensori-motor; pre-operational; concrete-operational; formal operational assimilation and accommodation The concepts of object permanence; animism; and egocentrism The processes of decentration; reversibility; and conservation Criticisms of the theory including the reductionism/holism debate. Cognitive Development Research Study – Piaget (1952): Study into the conservation of number. Learning theories of development: Dweck’s ideas on fixed and growth mindsets Dweck’s ideas on praise for effort Willingham’s ideas on the myth of learning styles Willingham’s ideas on the importance of meaning for learning Criticisms of learning theories including the nature/nurture debate Learning Research Study – Blackwell et al. (2007): study into fixed and growth mindsets. Application: The changing role of education How Piaget’s ideas have been applied to education through the use of key stages, readiness, active learning and the concept of intelligence How learning theories apply to the development of education and intelligence through growth mindsets and teaching through meaning not learning styles Consists of an extensive PPT display (120 slides) giving clear and full coverage of the module. The presentation has teaching comments where suitable, exam style questions, activities to encourage thinking and links to resources. Content aims to be additional to the textbook. Complete coverage of this module, just ‘pick up and go’… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. I HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE IN THE CLASSROOM Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE, FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED AND HELPS ME TO AMEND AND IMPROVE (YOU AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE UPDATES) …. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Memory (Paper 1)
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Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Memory (Paper 1)

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Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Memory Paper 1, Exploring human behaviour, Topic 2: Memory Full Coverage of: • The structure and process of memory and information processing: • The features of short-term and long-term memory • Retrograde and anterograde amnesia • The active process of memory through the Theory of Reconstructive Memory (Bartlett, 1932) • The structure and process of memory through the Multi-store Model of Memory (Atkinson and Shiffrin,1968) • Issues and Debates: Reductionism and Holism …and the Key Studies: Bartlett (1932) War of the Ghosts and Peterson and Peterson (1959) Short-term Retention of Individual Verbal Items Consists of an extensive PPT display (72 slides) giving clear and full coverage of the module. The presentation has: test your knowledge, exam style questions, activities to encourage thinking and links at end for key study resources Complete coverage of this whole module, just ‘pick up and go’… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. I HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE IN THE CLASSROOM Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE, FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED AND HELPS ME TO AMEND AND IMPROVE (YOU AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE UPDATES) …. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
OCR GCSE PSYCHOLOGY (9-1): MEMORY
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OCR GCSE PSYCHOLOGY (9-1): MEMORY

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OCR GCSE Psychology (9-1): Memory Application in Psychology Paper #2** Covers: • What is Cognitive Psychology? • What is Memory? • Types of memory (LTM) • The Multi-Store Model of Memory • Theories of forgetting (STM & LTM) • Theory of Reconstructive Memory • Amnesia, Brain scanning and Neuropsychology Covers all three key studies • Weblinks to key studies / Exam style Q’s Consists of a PPT display (75 slides) giving clear and full coverage of the module. The presentation has teaching comments where suitable, links to online resources (only for educational use) and exam style questions to encourage thinking. Complete coverage of memory, just ‘pick up and go’… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. I HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE IN THE CLASSROOM Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE, FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED AND HELPS ME TO AMEND AND IMPROVE…. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
OCR GCSE Psychology (Papers 1 and 2) Research Methods
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OCR GCSE Psychology (Papers 1 and 2) Research Methods

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OCR GCSE Psychology (Papers 1 and 2) Research Methods This four-part bundle contains a PPT (50 slides), GCSE Research Methods, an Independent Learning Workbook (78 pp. Goes with PPT slides) & Mathematics for GCSE Psychology, an Independent Learning Workbook (50 pp) OCR GCSE Research Methods PPT covers: Hypotheses – Variables – Sampling – Design - Correlation – Research Procedures – Planning/Conducting Research - Ethics Quantitative & Qualitative Data – Primary & Secondary Data – Computation – Descriptive Statistics – Interpretation & Display of Quantitative Data – Normal Distributions Research Methods OCR GCSE psychology Independent Learning Workbook (photocopy friendly, PDF File) Covers: • Quantitative and Qualitative Methods • Quantitative Experiments • Hypotheses • Variables • Null Hypotheses • Sampling • Experimental Design • Extraneous Variables • Experimental Methods • Ethics • Correlations • Quantitative Data Analysis: Central Tendency & Range • Distributions & Skewness • Presentation of Data: Tables and Graphs • Qualitative (Non-experimental) Research NB. Also contains class practical’s, examination style questions and an MCQ Paper (+answers) Maths for OCR GCSE psychology Independent Learning workbook (Photocopy friendly, PDF File) This workbook based on The OFQUAL requirements, progressively covers areas including: o Basic mathematical skills o Decimal / Standard form data o Fractions / Percentages / Ratios o Order of magnitude o Range o Algebra NB. Contains lots of exercises and self-check answers This bundle offers complete coverage of the whole OCR GCSE Research Methods module, so just ‘pick up a module’ and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers Copying for resale or sharing with other establishments is prohibited: amac education, 2018© The author: Andy McCarthy is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher and educational publisher. FEEDBACK IS APPRECIATED TO IMPROVE AND UPDATE thanks
Study Skills: How to write and reference an academic essay
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Study Skills: How to write and reference an academic essay

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Study Skills: How to write and reference an academic essay A PowerPoint display (24 slides) Equally useful for: A-Levels / IB / EPQ’s as a transferable skill First year undergradutes (a skill you must acquire as soon as possible) Covers: Structure, content, how to start writing and avoiding common errors A simple guide to the basics of Harvard Referencing The author Andy McCarthy has over twenty years experience as a university lecturer Produced by amac education 2018 If you like this resource please review and do check the rest of my shop Thanks
AQA GCSE New Spec: Language, Thought & Communication (9-1) Psychology (Paper 2)
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AQA GCSE New Spec: Language, Thought & Communication (9-1) Psychology (Paper 2)

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AQA GCSE New Spec: Language, Thought & Communication (9-1) Psychology (Paper 2) Paper 2: ‘Social context and behaviour’ (3.2.2) Covers: 1.i. The possible relationship between language and thought 1.ii. The effect of language and thought on our view of the world 2. Differences between human and animal communication 3. Non-verbal communication 4. Explanations of non-verbal behaviour Named Key Studies: Von Frisch (Bees) and Yuki (Emoticons) Consists of a PPT display (124 slides) and other resources PPT includes full coverage of the module + key studies, exam style questions to supplement understanding and activities to encourage thinking. Also, there is a chart with downloadable YouTube clips and internet resources (only for educational use) Complete and extensive coverage of the whole Language, Thought & Communication module, just -pick up a module- and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright: amac-edu 2018© Producing this class tested resource was hard work, but we are pleased with it. SO, IF YOU PURCHASE, CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED…. So, it can be improved (you automatically get notified of free updates once purchased) Thanks Thanks, from: Andy McCarthy and Evie Bentley: Chartered Psychologists, experienced teachers and publishers.
Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Development  (Paper 1)
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Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Development (Paper 1)

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Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Development Paper 1, Exploring human behaviour, Topic 1: Development – How did you develop? Full Coverage of: Early brain development The role of education and intelligence, including: Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development, and the four stages of cognitive development The effects of learning on development using Carol Dweck’s mindset theory The effects of learning on development using Daniel Willingham’s learning theory Key Studies: Understand the aims, procedures, and findings (results and conclusions), strengths and weaknesses of: Piaget and Inhelder (1956) Three mountains task Gunderson et al. (2013) Parent Praise to 1-to 3-Year-Olds Predicts Children’s Motivational Frameworks 5 Years Later Issues and debates Morality issues in psychology and the individual, including: the terms ‘morality’ and ‘morals’ and pre-conventional, conventional and post-conventional stages of morality Consists of an extensive PPT display (117 slides) giving clear and full coverage of the module. The presentation has: exam style questions, activities to encourage thinking and links at end for key study resources Complete coverage of this whole module, just ‘pick up and go’… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. I HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE IN THE CLASSROOM Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. Copyright: amac edu 2018© IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE, FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED AND HELPS ME TO AMEND AND IMPROVE (YOU AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE UPDATES) …. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
AQA GCSE Psychology, Brain and Neuropsychology, New Spec (9-1)
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AQA GCSE Psychology, Brain and Neuropsychology, New Spec (9-1)

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AQA GCSE Psychology, Brain and Neuropsychology, New Spec (9-1) Paper 2 Social Context and behaviour: Brain and Neuropsychology PPT Covers: Structure and function of the nervous system The divisions of the human nervous system: • Central and peripheral (somatic and autonomic), basic functions of these divisions. • The autonomic nervous system and the fight or flight response. • The James-Lange theory of emotion. (Mentioned in specifications) Neuron structure and function • Sensory, relay and motor neurons. • Synaptic transmission: release and reuptake of neurotransmitters. • Excitation and inhibition. An understanding of how these processes interact. • Hebb’s theory of learning and neuronal growth. (Mentioned in specifications) Structure and function of the brain • Brain structure: frontal lobe, temporal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe and cerebellum. • Basic function of these structures. • Localisation of function in the brain: motor, somatosensory, visual, auditory and language areas. • Penfield’s study of the interpretive cortex. (Mentioned in specifications) An introduction to neuropsychology Cognitive neuroscience: how the structure and function of the brain relate to behaviour and cognition. • The use of scanning techniques to identify brain functioning: CT, PET and fMRI scans. • Tulving’s ‘gold’ memory study. (Mentioned in specifications) • A basic understanding of how neurological damage, eg stroke or injury can affect motor abilities and behaviour. Consists of a PPT display (109 slides) PPT include on-slide exercises, exam style questions to supplement understanding and activities to encourage thinking and learning. Also, there is a chart with downloadable YouTube clips etc (only for educational use) Complete coverage of the whole module, just ‘pick up a module’ and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers. Also includes a photocopy friendly resources booklet (pdf file / 14 pages) covering all the main theories and studies: James-Lange: Theory of Emotion Hebb’s Theory Penfield’s Study Tulving’s ‘Gold Memory’ Study You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright: amac-edu 2018© Producing this class tested resource was hard work, but we are pleased with it. SO, IF YOU PURCHASE, CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED So, it can be improved (you automatically get notified of free updates once purchased) Thanks Thanks, from the experienced authors: Andy McCarthy and Evie Bentley: Chartered Psychologists, experienced teachers and publishers.
Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Topic 4: The brain and neuropsychology (Paper 1)
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Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Topic 4: The brain and neuropsychology (Paper 1)

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Edexcel GCSE Psychology (9-1): Topic 4: The brain and neuropsychology (Paper 1) Topic 4 – How does your brain affect you? Full Coverage of: Topic 4: The brain and neuropsychology – How does your brain affect you? . Know the structure and function of the brain •Understand lateralisation of function in the hemispheres 9and sex differences •Know what neurons and synapses are, including function and interaction of neurotransmitters •Understand the impact of neurological damage on cognitions and behaviour, including: ‘visual agnosia’ & ‘prosopagnosia’ Key Studies: Damasio et al (1994) The Return of Phineas Gage: Clues About the Brain from the Skull of a Famous Patient Sperry (1968) Hemisphere Deconnection and Unity in Conscious Awareness Issues and debates: Understand how psychology and knowledge of the brain has changed over time Consists of an extensive PPT display (82 slides) giving clear and full coverage of the module. The presentation has: exam style questions, activities to encourage thinking (eg. Synaesesia, Cotard’s Syndrome and Imposter Syndrome) and links at end for key study resources. Also includes a worksheet for the Sperry split brain research… making understanding it almost simple!!! Complete coverage of this whole module, just ‘pick up and go’… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. I HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE IN THE CLASSROOM Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. Copyright: amac edu 2018© IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE, FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED AND HELPS ME TO AMEND AND IMPROVE (YOU AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE UPDATES) …. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
Psychology Sperry (1968) 'Split Brain' Research: "Made Simple"
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Psychology Sperry (1968) 'Split Brain' Research: "Made Simple"

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Psychology Sperry (1968) ‘Split Brain’ Research: “Made Simple” Simple diagram, explanation and test your knowledge questions (answers supplied) Presented in a simple, clear way to enable understanding Constructive feedback always appreciated (especially do you agree with it!) Do look at my other resources, some for all examination boards GCSE and A-Level Psychology (just starting Edexcel GCSE Psychology and AQA / OCR Psychology all modules available individually or in bundles) Thank you and I hope this handout helps Andy McCarthy CPsychol
EDEXCEL A-Level Psychology: CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (Paper 2 / Topic 2)
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EDEXCEL A-Level Psychology: CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (Paper 2 / Topic 2)

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Part of the: The ‘pick-up a module and go’ series EDEXCEL A-Level Psychology: CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (Paper 2 / Topic 2) “A Bundle in eight convenient sections” Extensive PowerPoint© displays (x8) All you need to present this section of the module in one package. Covers: Section 1: Content • Diagnosis & Classification of Mental Disorders (DSM and ICD) of Mental Disorders • Schizophrenia (Symptoms etc) • + one from: Anorexia*, OCD or Uni-Polar Depression • Therapies (1 x Bio & 1 x Psych for SZ and other disorder) • Individual Differences & Cultural Effects • Developmental Psychology (genes & mental health) Section 2: Methods • HCPC Guidelines • Researching Mental Health • Case Studies & Interviews • Analysis (quantitative & qualitative) Section 3: Studies (inc. Rosenhan 1973 & Carlsson et al, 2000) Section 4: Key Question (eg. culture and workplace issues) Section 5: Practical Investigation (design, gather and analyse) The PowerPoints (214 slides in total) are in handy chunks (eight sections) and are designed to be user-friendly for both new and experienced teachers If you purchase this package, constructive feedback is really appreciated as it helps me to amend and improve resources Thank you The author, Andy McCarthy is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher in the UK.
OCR GCSE Psychology (9-1): Psychological Problems / Sample Sides
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OCR GCSE Psychology (9-1): Psychological Problems / Sample Sides

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OCR GCSE Psychology (9-1): Psychological Problems / Sample Sides Paper One: Studies and applications in psychology FULL DISPLAY (143 SLIDES) COVERS: An introduction to mental health Schizophrenia Clinical depression Development of treatments …and the two key studies: Daniel, D. G., Weinberger, D. R., Jones, D. W., et al. (1991) “The effect of amphetamine on regional cerebral blood flow during cognitive activation in Schizophrenia. ” TANDOC Jr, E. C., FERRUCCI, P. AND DUFFY, M (2015) Facebook use, envy, and depression among college students: Is Facebooking depressing? Consists of an extensive PPT display (143 slides) giving clear and full coverage of the module. The presentation has teaching comments where suitable, exam style questions and activities to encourage thinking. Complete coverage of this module, just ‘pick up and go’… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. …. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
Psychology Christmas Quiz and Psychology Christmas Dungbats… Loads of Christmas  fun
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Psychology Christmas Quiz and Psychology Christmas Dungbats… Loads of Christmas fun

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Psychology Christmas Quiz and Psychology Christmas Dungbats… Loads of Christmas fun Two PowerPoints Psychology Christmas Quiz (20 slides) Psychology Christmas Dungbats (2 rounds and over 30 Dungbats) With Answers Reduced price as its Christmas, a very good resource and still loads of fun for just £1-99 HoHoHo Have used these loads of time and students get very competitive You are welcome to amend or add to suit your students and use them year after year Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED, SO I CAN AMEND AND IMPROVE…. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy CPsychol is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer, publisher and has a sense of humour (Merry Christmas)
New Spec (2017) AQA GCSE Psychology (Paper 2) SOCIAL INFLUENCE
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New Spec (2017) AQA GCSE Psychology (Paper 2) SOCIAL INFLUENCE

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New Spec (2017) AQA GCSE Psychology (Paper 2) Social Influence Paper 2 Social Context & Behaviour 3.2.1 Social Influence Covers 1. Conformity (Including: definitions + Research by Asch) 2. Obedience (Including: Definitions + Milgram’s agency theory) 3. Prosocial behaviour (Including: Bystander behaviour including Piliavin’s subway study) 4. Crowd and collective behaviour (Including: Pro/Antisocial crowd behaviour, social loafing and deindividuation) Consists of a PPT display (82 slides) PPT’s include key studies, additional studies, under slide teaching comments, on-slide exercises, exam style questions to supplement understanding and activities to encourage thinking. Also, there is a chart with downloadable resources for each section (only for educational use) Complete coverage of the whole SOCIAL INFLUENCE module, just ‘pick up a module’ and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright: amac-edu 2017© IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE, FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED…. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
How to write better examination answers, essays and how to structure/write a UCAS personal statement
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How to write better examination answers, essays and how to structure/write a UCAS personal statement

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A-Level Psychology Some thoughts on improving how you tackle thinking (application) questions, essay writing and general examination questions. Includes: 1st Document Paragraph openers Within-paragraph connectives How to tackle a thinking question (application) The 12 golden rules of ‘well’ [sic] good writing 2nd Document Guide to writing a UCAS Personal Statement How to structure and what you should include in four paragraphs If you like this product please review and then browse the rest of my products Thanks Andy DXP9ZZ15HP
New Spec (2017) AQA, GCSE Psychology (Paper 1) Research Methods
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New Spec (2017) AQA, GCSE Psychology (Paper 1) Research Methods

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New Spec (2017) AQA, GCSE Psychology (Paper 1) Research Methods. Dyslexia Friendly Presentation (Presentation of information, Font and Colour) This three-part bundle contains a PPT (50 slides) GCSE Research Methods, an Independent Learning Workbook (78 pp) & Mathematics for GCSE Psychology, an Independent Learning Workbook (37 pp) AQA GCSE Research Methods PPT covers: Hypotheses – Variables – Sampling – Design - Correlation – Research Procedures – Planning/Conducting Research - Ethics NB. Data Handling is mainly covered in the Independent Learning workbook Quantitative & Qualitative Data – Primary & Secondary Data – Computation – Descriptive Statistics – Interpretation & Display of Quantitative Data – Normal Distributions Maths for AQA GCSE psychology Independent Learning workbook This workbook based on The OFQUAL requirements and progressively covers areas including: o Basic mathematical skills o Decimal / Standard form data o Fractions / Percentages / Ratios o Order of magnitude o Range o Algebra NB. Contains lots of exercises and self-check answers Research Methods AQA GCSE psychology Independent Learning Workbook Covers: • Quantitative and Qualitative Methods • Quantitative Experiments • Hypotheses • Variables • Null Hypotheses • Sampling • Experimental Design • Extraneous Variables • Experimental Methods • Ethics • Correlations • Quantitative Data Analysis: Central Tendency & Range • Distributions & Skewness • Presentation of Data: Tables and Graphs • Qualitative (Non-experimental) Research NB. Also contains class practical’s, examination style questions and an MCQ Paper (+answers) This bundle offers complete coverage of the whole AQA GCSE Research Methods module, just ‘pick up a module’ and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers Copying for resale or sharing with other establishments is prohibited: amac education, 2017© The experienced authors: Andy McCarthy & Evie Bentley are both Chartered Psychologists, experienced teachers and educational publishers.
AQA GCSE New Spec PERCEPTION (8182) Psychology
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AQA GCSE New Spec PERCEPTION (8182) Psychology

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AQA GCSE New Spec PERCEPTION 8182 Psychology (Paper 1) Paper 1 Cognition and Behaviour: Perception Covers Sensation and perception Visual cues and constancies Gibson’s direct theory of perception – the influence of nature Gregory’s constructivist theory of perception – the influence of nurture Visual illusions Factors affecting perception Consists of a PowerPoint display (77 slides) and 3 other resources PowerPoint include on-slide exercises, exam style questions to supplement understanding and activities to encourage thinking. Also, there is a chart with downloadable YouTube clips (only for educational use), includes a worksheet covering the two named key studies, a copy of the paper ‘The Matrixication of Reality’ (can we trust our perception) and a ‘fun’ template for recreating the Amazing T-Rex Illusion. Complete coverage of the whole perception module, just ‘pick up a module’ and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs. Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright: amac-edu 2018© Producing this class tested resource was hard work, but we are pleased with it. SO, IF YOU PURCHASE, CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED…. So, it can be improved (you automatically get notified of free updates once purchased) Thanks Thanks, from the experienced authors: Andy McCarthy and Evie Bentley: Chartered Psychologists, experienced teachers and publishers.
AQA GCSE Psychology, New Spec (9-1) COMPLETE Paper 2
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AQA GCSE Psychology, New Spec (9-1) COMPLETE Paper 2

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AQA GCSE Psychology, New Spec (9-1) COMPLETE Paper 2 SOCIAL CONTEXT AND BEHAVIOUR: All in one amazing BUNDLE PPT’S AND RESOURCES COVER: SOCIAL INFLUENCE LANGUAGE, THOUGHT & COMMUNICATION BRAIN & NEUROPSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS (CLICK BELOW FOR DETAILS OF EACH MODULE) PPT’S include: on-slide exercises, exam style questions to supplement understanding and activities to encourage thinking and learning; and other resources Complete coverage of the whole paper 2, just ‘pick and go’ Suitable for both new and experienced teachers. You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the displays to suit your needs. Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright: amac-edu 2018© Producing these class tested resources was hard work, but we are pleased with them. SO, IF YOU PURCHASE, CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED…. So, it can be improved (you automatically get notified of free updates once purchased) Thanks Thanks, from the experienced authors: Andy McCarthy and Evie Bentley: Chartered Psychologists, experienced teachers and publishers.
Psychology OCR GCSE (9-1): Social Influence
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Psychology OCR GCSE (9-1): Social Influence

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Psychology OCR GCSE (9-1): Social Influence Paper #2 Applications in Psychology Covers the specification, including: • Conformity and majority / minority influence. • Collective and crowd behaviour • Obedience including obeying the orders of authority figures. • The effect of situational factors on behaviours: • Collective and crowd behaviour and deindividuation • Culture on behaviour • Authority figures on obedience • Situational factors, including the free will/determinism debate. • The effect of dispositional factors (personality) on behaviours: • Self-esteem on conformity • locus of control in crowds and morality on pro-social and anti-social behaviour • Authoritarian personality on obedience • Influence of the brain in dispositional factors • Criticisms of the effect of dispositional factors APPLICATION • How minority influence and Majority influence affects social change in attitudes and behaviour towards, increasing awareness of, and reducing mental health stigma and discrimination. BOTH KEY STUDIES: Situational Factors Research Study - Bickman (1974) Dispositional Factors Research Study - NatCen (2011) Consists of a PPT display (140 slides) giving clear and full coverage of the module. The presentation has teaching comments where suitable, links to online resources (only for educational use), exam style questions to encourage thinking and a photocopy friendly resources booklet. The slides are designed to be extra to the textbook. When answering the questions students should use their textbook and supplied resources as well. Complete coverage of the whole module, just ‘pick up and go’… suitable for both new and experienced teachers Copying this resource for sharing or personal profit, is against copyright. CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK IS REALLY APPRECIATED, SO I CAN AMEND AND IMPROVE…. Thanks The experienced author: Andy McCarthy CPsychol is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.