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Selling AQA A A-Level Psychology resources to help those studying for the new specification exams. I achieved a grade A* in all A-Level Psychology papers, and am now a first year Psychology in Education student at the University of Birmingham.

Selling AQA A A-Level Psychology resources to help those studying for the new specification exams. I achieved a grade A* in all A-Level Psychology papers, and am now a first year Psychology in Education student at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology - Psychopathology revision PowerPoint
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AQA A-Level Psychology - Psychopathology revision PowerPoint

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on the specification relating to the Psychopathology section on AQA Paper 1 for the Psychology A-Level. Detailed notes are included on the following areas: Definitions of abnormality - statistical deviation, deviation from social norms, failure to function adequately and deviation from ideal mental health Behavioural, cognitive and emotional characteristics of phobias Behavioural, cognitive and emotional characteristics of depression Behavioural, cognitive and emotional characteristics of OCD The behaviourist approach to explaining phobias The behaviourist approach to treating phobias the cognitive approach to explaining depression the cognitive approach to treating depression the biological approach to explaining OCD the biological approach to treating OCD All slides include AO1 and AO3 information to help with different types of exam questions. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology - Approaches revision PowerPoint
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AQA A-Level Psychology - Approaches revision PowerPoint

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on the specification relating to the Approaches section on AQA Paper 2 for the Psychology A-Level. Detailed notes are included on the following areas: The origins of Psychology The Behaviourist approach Social Learning Theory The Cognitive approach The Biological approach The Psychodynamic approach The Humanistic approach All slides include AO1 and AO3 information to help with different types of exam questions. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology - Attachment revision slides
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AQA A-Level Psychology - Attachment revision slides

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on the specification relating to the Attachment section on AQA Paper 1 for the Psychology A-Level. Detailed notes are included on the following areas: Caregive-infant interactions Stages of attachment and multiple attachments The role of the father Animal studies of attachment Explanations of attachment - learning theory and Bowlby’s monotropic theory Ainsworth’s strange situation Cultural variation in attachment Bowlby’s theory of maternal deprivation The effects of internalisation The influence of early attachment types on childhood and adult relationships All slides include AO1 and AO3 information to help with different types of exam questions. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology - Memory revision PowerPoint slides
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AQA A-Level Psychology - Memory revision PowerPoint slides

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on specification detailed by AQA for the memory section of paper 1: Slides include: Coding, capacity and duration in STM and LTM The multi-store model of memory Types of LTM The working memory model Explanations of forgetting - interference theory and retrieval failure Factors that influence eyewitness testimony Factors that influence the accuracy of EWT - the role of anxiety and misleading information The cognitive interview All slides include AO1 and AO3 information to help with different types of exam questions. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology - Biopsychology revision PowerPoint
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AQA A-Level Psychology - Biopsychology revision PowerPoint

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on the specification relating to the Biopsychology section on AQA Paper 2 for the Psychology A-Level. Detailed notes are included on the following areas: The divisions of the nervous system The fight or flight response The structure and function of neurons Types of neurons The function of the endocrine system Localisation of function in the brain Plasticity die functional recovery of the brain following trauma Split-brain research into Hemispheric Lateralisation Ways of investigating the brain Biological rhythms - circadian, infradian and ultradian The effect of exogenous zeitgeibers and endogenous pacemakers All slides include AO1 and AO3 information to help with different types of exam questions. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology revision bundle
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AQA A-Level Psychology revision bundle

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on 6 topics covered on the AQA A A-Level Psychology specification: Memory Attachment Social Influence Psychopathology Biopsychology Approaches Issues, debates and approaches All topics include all aspects of the specification outlined by AQA, including detail for AO1 and AO3. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology paper 1 bundle:
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AQA A-Level Psychology paper 1 bundle:

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on the topics covered on Paper 1 of the AQA A A-Level Psychology paper. Topics covered include: Memory Attachment Social Influence Psychopathology All topics include all aspects of the specification outlined by AQA, including detail for AO1 and AO3. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology - Social Influence revision PowerPoint
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AQA A-Level Psychology - Social Influence revision PowerPoint

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on the specification relating to the Social influence section on AQA Paper 1 for the Psychology A-Level. Detailed notes are included on the following areas: Types of conformity Explanations of conformity Asch’s research into conformity and addition research into variables affecting conformity Conformity to social roles as investigated by Zimbardo Milgram’s original research into obedience Explanations of obedience - agentic state and legitimate authority Dispositional explanations of obedience - authoritarian personality Explanantions of resistance to social influence The role of minority influence The role of social influence processes in social change All slides include AO1 and AO3 information to help with different types of exam questions. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.
AQA A-Level Psychology - Issues, Debates and Approaches revision slides.
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AQA A-Level Psychology - Issues, Debates and Approaches revision slides.

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Detailed and in-depth PowerPoint slides on specification detailed by AQA for the Issues, Debates and Approaches section of paper 3: Slides include: The nature-nurture debate Culture bias Ethical implications of research studies and theories Gender bias Free will and determinism Holism and reductionism Idiographic and nomothetic approaches All slides include AO1 and AO3 information to help with different types of exam questions. These resources have been made by a student who achieved a grade A* in Psychology, who is now studying Psychology in Education at the University of Birmingham.