Written by leading psychology authors Cara Flanagan, Dave Berry, Matt Jarvis and Rob Liddle, this student book has been approved by AQA offering high quality support you can trust. Designed to be the most motivating student-friendly resource available, its engaging visual style and tone will support you through the AS or Year 1 course and help you thoroughly prepare for your exams: Its stunning visual style will help you engage with and absorb the information; Each topic is presented on one spread to help grasp the whole topic, description and evaluation are clearly separated; Plentiful opportunities on each spread to practice your application skills with unique 'apply it' activities; The mathematics requirements are thoroughly covered with cross-referenced support throughout; Practical research activities will further help you develop your research methods skills; Exam practice and skills guidance is provided for the assessment objectives and mark schemes. For invaluable revision support it combines brilliantly with the Green-hair Girl' Revision Guide, Flashbook and Revision App.
Cara Flanagan is one of the best-known and most respected authors for A Level Psychology. A practiced teacher with examining experience and a well-known conference presenter, Cara is renowned for creating resources that students love to use. Dave Berry is an experienced psychology teacher and examiner. He regularly leads face-to-face and online training courses for a major awarding body. Dave teaches psychology at Bolton School, Lancashire. Matt Jarvis currently teaches psychology at a sixth form college in Hampshire. An experienced teacher of psychology from GCSE through to post-graduate level, Matt has authored numerous psychology textbooks. Matt is Honorary Research Fellow at Keele University and also has examining experience. Rob Liddle has more than twenty years' teaching experience in psychology, from GCSE to postgraduate study. A psychology graduate with a Masters in Organisational Psychology, Rob is an experienced examiner who currently writes psychology books and resources. He teaches at an FE college in Southport, Merseyside.
Contents: How to use this book A Level and AS What is Psychology? Chapter 1 Social influence Chapter 2 Memory Chapter 3 Attachment Chapter 4 Approaches in Psychology (including biopsychology) Chapter 5 Psychopathology Chapter 6 Research methods Appendix: A level and AS skills References Index with glossary