A key title in the No.1 market-leading scheme for AQA A Level Psychology, this portable-sized Revision Guide for Year 1 & AS is written by renowned author Cara Flanagan, Dave Berry, Michael Griffin and Rob Liddle. It is just what you need for consolidating knowledge for revision and for providing lesson-by-lesson summaries as you work through the course. It combines brilliantly with the 'green-hair girl' Revision App. // Each topic is covered on one spread helping students get straight to the point. // Description (AO1) is on the left of the spread, split into about six key points to map onto exam questions worth 6 marks. // Evaluation (AO3) is on the right, five points identified each with three stages of elaboration to help you learn this important skill. // Exam-style questions, including AO2 application questions, are on every spread providing lots of practice. // Detailed exam advice section is included, with hints and tips offered throughout the book, and a glossary of important terms is included. // Lots of illustrations are included along with the odd corny joke!
Cara Flanagan is one of the best-known and most respected authors for A Level Psychology. An experienced teacher, senior examiner and conference presenter, she is renowned for creating resources that students love to use.// Dave Berry is a highly experienced psychology teacher and senior examiner. He regularly leads face-to-face and online training courses for a major awarding body. Dave teaches psychology at Bolton School, Lancashire. // Michael Griffin is an Assistant Head Teacher at a comprehensive school in Nottingham and has previously led highly successful psychology departments. Michael is well know for published resources and creative ideas for the teaching of psychology. He delivers training courses for psychology teachers and frequently visits schools to offer in-house support. // Rob Liddle was Head of Psychology for a large and successful FE department responsible for over 300 students each year. A psychology graduate, with a Masters in Organisational Psychology, Rob is also an experienced examiner.
Exam advice; Chapter 1 Social influence; Chapter 2 Memory; Chapter 3 Attachment; Chapter 4 Approaches (including Biopsychology); Chapter 5 Psychopathology; Chapter 6 Research methods; Glossary.
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