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Nick & Bethan Redshaw's A-Level Psychology Resources

Nick and Bethan are co-authors of the highly successful independent learner series of student workbooks and have been teaching A level Psychology since 1999 and involved in Examining for over 15 years.

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Nick and Bethan are co-authors of the highly successful independent learner series of student workbooks and have been teaching A level Psychology since 1999 and involved in Examining for over 15 years.
Paper 1  - MEMORY - SPECIAL OFFER (45% Off) - Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

Paper 1 - MEMORY - SPECIAL OFFER (45% Off) - Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

SPECIAL OFFER (by popular request) includes the Memory Workbook, MTLP Lesson Plans and all the PowerPoint’s for the Memory Topic: Content includes; Week 1 - The Multi Store Model of Memory Lesson 1 - The Multi Store Model of Memory Lesson 2 - Features of Each Store Lesson 3 - Types of long-term memory Week 2 - The Working Memory Model Lesson 4 - The Working Memory Model Lesson 5 - Research studies into the WMM Week 3 - Explanations for forgetting, proactive and retroactive interference Lesson 6 - Explanations for forgetting Lesson 7 - Retrieval failure due to absence of cues Week 4 - Factors affecting the accuracy of EWT Lesson 8 - Factors affecting the accuracy of eyewitness testimony Lesson 9 - The effect of anxiety on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony Lesson 10 - Improving the accuracy of eyewitness testimony
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Paper 1  - ATTACHMENT - SPECIAL OFFER (49% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

Paper 1 - ATTACHMENT - SPECIAL OFFER (49% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

SPECIAL OFFER (by popular request) includes the Attachment Workbook, MTLP Lesson Plans and all the PowerPoint’s for the Attachment Topic: Content includes; Week 1 - Explanations of Attachment Lesson 1 - Animal studies of attachment Lorenz and Harlow Lesson 2 - Bowlby’s Monotropic Theory of Attachment Lesson 3 - The Learning Theory of Attachment Week 2 - Caregiver-infant interactions in humans Lesson 4 -Caregiver-infant interactions in humans Lesson 5 - Stages of attachment identified by Schaffer Lesson 6 - Multiple attachments and the role of the father Week 3 - Types of Attachment Lesson 7 - Use of the “Strange Situation” Lesson 8 - Cultural variations in attachment including van Ijzendoorn Week 4 - Bowlbys Theory of Maternal Deprivation Lesson 9 - Bowlbys Theory of Maternal Deprivation Lesson 10 - Romanian orphan studies Lesson 11 - The influence of early attachment
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Paper 1  - PSYCHOPATHOLOGY - SPECIAL OFFER  (46% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

Paper 1 - PSYCHOPATHOLOGY - SPECIAL OFFER (46% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

SPECIAL OFFER (by popular request) includes the Psychopathology Workbook, MTLP Lesson Plans and all the PowerPoint’s for the Psychopathology Topic: Content includes; Week 1 - Definitions of Abnormality Lesson 1 - Definitions of Abnormality, Deviation from social norms, Failure to function adequately, Statistical infrequency, Deviation from ideal mental Week 2 - Phobias Lesson 2 - Phobias - The behavioural, emotional and cognitive characteristics of phobias Lesson 3 - Phobias- The behavioural approach to explaining phobias; the two-process model, including classical and operant conditioning. Lesson 4 - Phobias - The behavioural approach to treating phobias; systematic desensitisation, including relaxation and use of hierarchy; flooding. Week 3 - Depression Lesson 5 - Depression - The behavioural, emotional and cognitive characteristics of depression Lesson 6 - Depression - The cognitive approach to explaining depression; Beck’s negative triad and Ellis’s ABC model Lesson 7 - Depression - The cognitive approach to treating depression; cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), including challenging irrational thoughts. Week 4. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Lesson 8 - OCD - The behavioural, emotional and cognitive characteristics of OCD Lesson 9 - OCD - The biological approach to explaining OCD; genetic and neural explanations Lesson 10 - OCD - The biological approach to treating OCD; drug therapy
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Paper 1  - ATTACHMENT - SPECIAL OFFER (49% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

Paper 1 - ATTACHMENT - SPECIAL OFFER (49% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

SPECIAL OFFER (by popular request) includes the Attachment Workbook, MTLP Lesson Plans and all the PowerPoint’s for the Attachment Topic: Content includes; Week 1 - Explanations of Attachment Lesson 1 - Animal studies of attachment Lorenz and Harlow Lesson 2 - Bowlby’s Monotropic Theory of Attachment Lesson 3 - The Learning Theory of Attachment Week 2 - Caregiver-infant interactions in humans Lesson 4 -Caregiver-infant interactions in humans Lesson 5 - Stages of attachment identified by Schaffer Lesson 6 - Multiple attachments and the role of the father Week 3 - Types of Attachment Lesson 7 - Use of the “Strange Situation” Lesson 8 - Cultural variations in attachment including van Ijzendoorn Week 4 - Bowlbys Theory of Maternal Deprivation Lesson 9 - Bowlbys Theory of Maternal Deprivation Lesson 10 - Romanian orphan studies Lesson 11 - The influence of early attachment
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Year 1 Student Workbook - The Approaches in Psychology

Year 1 Student Workbook - The Approaches in Psychology

IDEAL for Revision - IN FULL COLOUR - Written by leading authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw specifically for the AQA Psychology Specification Year 1 (of the Full A level) and AS Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context. Building on their highly successful Independent Learner Series this section on The APPROACHES is a must and will help your students achieve their potential in the NEW A Level Exams as well as saving you hours of preparation time. IDEAL for developing the flipped classroom. The supporting POWERPOINT is also available here on TES or in you want to buy our full teacher resource pack go to our website www.advancedsuccess.co.uk found on the right of this page. Students can also buy their own Bespoke Resource Pack for only £35 (With Instant access and ask the authors).
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Paper 1 - Complete Student Workbook - Introductory Topics in Psychology

Paper 1 - Complete Student Workbook - Introductory Topics in Psychology

Previously only available on Amazon leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw are proud to make this very popular workbook (272 pages) available to teachers and students here on TES. This No.1 Best Selling Student Workbook (ISBN-13: 978-1326808747) covers the compulsory content for the full AQA A Level Psychology Paper 1 Introductory topics in Psychology: 1. Social Influence 2. Memory 3. Attachment 4. Psychopathology Building on the success of their Independent Learner Series used by schools in the UK and across the world since 2004 Nick and Bethan’s books and resources have helped 1000’s of students achieve results 2 or 3 grades higher than they were predicted as well as saving teachers 100’s of hours in planning and preparation time. Recommend the paperback version of this book from our website www.advancedsuccess.co.uk to your students and save time and money on photocopying and each book purchased will get the suggested answers to our workbooks FREE sent to them with each order as well as access to our Facebook - A level Psychology Student Forum set up to provide help, support and encouragement to all students using our workbooks.
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Paper 2 - Complete Student Workbook - Psychology in Context

Paper 2 - Complete Student Workbook - Psychology in Context

Previously only available on Amazon leading academic authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw are proud to make this very popular workbook (257 pages) available to teachers and students here on TES. This No.1 Best Selling Student Workbook (ISBN-13: 978-1326809133) covers the compulsory content for the full AQA A Level Psychology Paper 2 Psychology in Context: 1. Approaches in Psychology 2. Biopsychology 3. Research Methods Building on the success of their Independent Learner Series used by schools in the UK and across the world since 2004 Nick and Bethan’s books and resources have helped 1000’s of students achieve results 2 or 3 grades higher than they were predicted as well as saving teachers 100’s of hours in planning and preparation time. Recommend the paperback version of this book from our website www.advancedsuccess.co.uk to your students and save time and money on photocopying and each book purchased will get the suggested answers to our workbooks FREE sent to them with each order as well as access to our Facebook - A level Psychology Student Forum set up to provide help, support and encouragement to all students using our workbooks.
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VIDEO Week 4 Lesson 12 - The role of social influence processes in social change

VIDEO Week 4 Lesson 12 - The role of social influence processes in social change

Presented by Nick Redshaw - This 12 minute Video Presentation covers the role of social influence processes in social change section of our popular student workbook and includes discussion on the questions and suggested answers to questions within the our workbook. This presentation is ideal for creating the flipped classroom - simply post this on your VLE or Edmodo, and get your students to look at it before your lesson it is best used in conjunction with our workbooks that you can download here or get your students to buy their own print copy exclusively through Amazon (save on your photocopying budget). Ideal as part of sustained lessons or revision and will help your students achieve outstanding progress over time.
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VIDEO Lesson 9 - Dispositional explanation for obedience the Authoritarian Personality

VIDEO Lesson 9 - Dispositional explanation for obedience the Authoritarian Personality

Presented by Nick Redshaw - This 12 minute Video Presentation covers the Dispositional explanation for obedience the Authoritarian Personality section of our popular student workbook and includes discussion on the questions and suggested answers to questions within the our workbook including the extended question. This presentation is ideal for creating the flipped classroom - simply post this on your VLE or Edmodo, and get your students to look at it before your lesson it is best used in conjunction with our workbooks that you can download here or get your students to buy their own print copy exclusively through Amazon (save on your photocopying budget). Ideal as part of sustained lessons or revision and will help your students achieve outstanding progress over time.
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PowerPoint - Research Methods - Week 4 Data handling and analysis

PowerPoint - Research Methods - Week 4 Data handling and analysis

NEED a Lesson? Save yourself HOURS and HOURS of planning and preparation time. This PowerPoint fully supports our popular Research Methods Section of our Popular Student Workbooks and covers the following:: Week 4 Data handling and analysis Learning Objectives On completion of this section you should be familiar with the following: Lesson 1. Types of data · Quantitative and qualitative data; the distinction between qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques. · Primary and secondary data, including meta-analysis. Lesson 2. Descriptive statistics · Measures of central tendency – mean, median, mode; calculation of mean, median and mode · Measures of dispersion; range and standard deviation; calculation of range; calculation of percentages. Lesson 3. Graphs · Presentation and display of quantitative data: graphs, tables, scattergrams, bar charts. · Distributions: normal and skewed distributions; characteristics of normal and skewed distributions. Lesson 4. Data handling and analysis · Analysis and interpretation of correlation, including correlation coefficients. Lesson 5. Inferential Testing · Probability and significance; Type I and Type II errors. · Factors affecting the choice of statistical test · The use of statistical tables and critical values in interpretation of significance FOR FURTHER SUPPORT CHECK OUT - This Lesson on our Twitter Moments https://twitter.com/i/moments/956450738196148224
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PowerPoint - Research Methods - Week 5 Ethics in Psychology

PowerPoint - Research Methods - Week 5 Ethics in Psychology

NEED a Lesson? Save yourself HOURS and HOURS of planning and preparation time. This PowerPoint fully supports our popular Research Methods Section of our Popular Student Workbooks and covers the following:: Week 5 - Ethics in Psychology Learning Objectives On completion of this section you should be familiar with the following: Lesson 1. Ethics, the role of the British Psychological Society’s code of ethics and ethical issues in the design and conduct of psychological studies Lesson 2. Dealing with ethical issues in research FOR FURTHER SUPPORT CHECK OUT - This Lesson on our Twitter Moments https://twitter.com/i/moments/956450738196148224
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Powerpoint - Research Methods - Week 3 Key Features of Science and Sampling Methods

Powerpoint - Research Methods - Week 3 Key Features of Science and Sampling Methods

NEED a Lesson? Save yourself HOURS and HOURS of planning and preparation time. This PowerPoint fully supports our popular Research Methods Section of our Popular Student Workbooks and covers the following:: Week 3 Key Features of Science Learning Objectives On completion of this section you should be familiar with the following: Lesson 1. Key features of science: objectivity and the empirical method; replicability and falsifiability; theory construction and hypothesis testing; paradigms and paradigm shifts. Lesson 2. Types of validity across all methods of investigation: face validity, concurrent validity, ecological validity and temporal validity. Assessment of validity. Improving validity. Lesson 3. Reliability across all methods of investigation. Ways of assessing reliability: test-retest and inter-observer; improving reliability. Lesson 4. Reporting psychological investigations. Sections of a scientific report: abstract, introduction, method, results, discussion and referencing. Lesson 5. Sampling Methods: the difference between population and sample Sampling techniques including: random, systematic, stratified, opportunity and volunteer; implications of sampling techniques, including bias and generalisation. FOR FURTHER SUPPORT CHECK OUT - This Lesson on our Twitter Moments https://twitter.com/i/moments/956450738196148224
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Paper 1 - SOCIAL INFLUENCE - SPECIAL OFFER (40% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

Paper 1 - SOCIAL INFLUENCE - SPECIAL OFFER (40% Off) Workbook, Lesson Plans and PowerPoint's Bundle

SPECIAL OFFER (by popular request) includes the SOCIAL INFLUENCE Workbook, MTLP Lesson Plans and all the PowerPoint's for the Psychopathology Topic: Content includes; Week 1 - Types of Conformity Lesson 1 - Types of conformity Lesson 2 - Explanations for conformity Lesson 3 - Asch (1951) Conformity in Unambiguous Situations Lesson 4 - Variables affecting conformity Week 2 - Conformity to social roles as investigated by Zimbardo Lesson 5 - Conformity to social roles as investigated by Zimbardo. Week 3 - Explanations for obedience - Milgram Lesson 6 - Explanations for Obedience Lesson 7 - Milgram's (1963) Study of Obedience to Authority Lesson 8 - Situational variables affecting obedience Lesson 9 - Dispositional explanation for obedience Week 4 - Explanations of resistance to social influence Lesson 10 - Explanations of resistance Lesson 11 - Minority influence Lesson 12 - The role of social influence processes in social change Supported by FREE Support and our Lesson by Lesson Twitter Moments https://twitter.com/psychexamhelp/status/953985169572196352
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PowerPoint - Research Methods - Week 1 The Experimental Methods

PowerPoint - Research Methods - Week 1 The Experimental Methods

NEED a Lesson? Save yourself HOURS and HOURS of planning and preparation time. This PowerPoint fully supports our popular Research Methods Section of our Popular Student Workbooks and covers the following:: Week 1 - The Experimental Methods Learning Objectives On completion of this section you should be familiar with the following: 1. Key features of the experimental method · The aim: stating aims, the difference between aims and hypotheses · Hypotheses: directional and non-directional · Variables: manipulation and control of variables, including independent, dependent, extraneous, confounding; operationalisation of variables · Control: random allocation and counterbalancing, randomisation and standardisation. Demand characteristics and investigator effects. 2. Experimental methods. Types of experiment, laboratory and field experiments; natural and quasi-experiments and their strengths and limitations 3. Experimental designs: repeated measures, independent groups, matched pairs 4. Pilot studies and the aims of piloting FOR FURTHER SUPPORT CHECK OUT - This Lesson on our Twiiter Moments https://twitter.com/i/moments/956450738196148224
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Powerpoint - Research Methods - Week 2 - Non-Experimental Methods

Powerpoint - Research Methods - Week 2 - Non-Experimental Methods

NEED a Lesson? Save yourself HOURS and HOURS of planning and preparation time. This PowerPoint fully supports our popular Research Methods Section of our Popular Student Workbooks and covers the following:: Week 2 - The Non-Experimental Methods Learning Objectives On completion of this section you should be familiar with the following non-experimental methods and their strengths and limitations: Lesson 1. Types of observation techniques · Naturalistic and controlled observation; covert and overt observation; participant and non-participant observation. · Observational design: behavioural categories; event sampling; time sampling. Lesson 2. Self-report techniques · Questionnaires; questionnaire construction, including use of open and closed questions · Interviews; design of interviews, structured and unstructured Lesson 3. Correlations · The difference between correlations and experiments · Analysis of the relationship between co-variables; positive, negative and zero correlations Lesson 4. Content Analysis and Coding, Thematic Analysis Lesson 5 . Case Studies FOR FURTHER SUPPORT CHECK OUT - This Lesson on our Twitter Moments https://twitter.com/i/moments/956450738196148224
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