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AS Level Psychology Workbook

1st Edition

By Clare Charles

Psychology Press

144 pages

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AS Level Psychology Workbook includes structured worksheets for students to fill in as they progress through their AS psychology course. The resulting notes are aimed to provide a useful resource bank for revision purposes. In addition to outlining a structure for note-taking, the workbook also gives supported guidance on everything students need to know in order to do well in the exams. The content is directly relevant to the AQA Specification A and can be used in conjunction with any AS psychology textbook. To integrate with the rest of the learning materials in the Psychology Press A-Level Programme, cross-references are provided throughout to the appropriate pages in Eysenck’s AS Level Psychology, and Brody and Dwyer’s Revise AS Level Psychology.

AS Level Psychology Workbook includes the following features:

  • Learning objectives that condense the vast amount of specification content into focused and manageable chunks for each topic
  • Structured worksheets that map on to each of the learning objectives and consist of cues for note-taking, opportunities to fill in the blanks, and activities to enrich learning
  • “Using this in the exam” sections that consider possible exam questions, along with guidance on how to answer them.

This workbook will be invaluable for all students tackling AS psychology. It enables them to navigate through the wealth of material linked to the subject, and encourages active learning to promote enjoyment of study.

The AS workbook has been fully revised for the new specification for teaching from September 2008.

Table of Contents

Part 1. Basics. Part 2. Human Memory. Part 3. Attachments in Development. Part 4. Stress. Part 5. Abnormality. Part 6. Social Influence. Part 7. Research Methods.

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