Psychology (A Level)
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Psychology is the scientific study of the mind, questioning how the brain dictates and influences our behaviour through conscious and unconscious processes such as communication, thought and emotion. A broad range of pertinent topics, including attachment relationships, gender and memory help students their own development, while aggression, social influence and issues and around stress and mental health help prepare them for the challenges of the modern world. Psychology encourages students to develop their own perspectives on who we are as individuals and groups, and improves our collective understanding of how we make decisions and interact with others.
In the space underneath, you will find specific information related to this subject. As Key Stage 5 specifications change, it is possible that the course being offered to Year 12 is different to that being studied in Year 13.
With that in mind, please find attached below, links to the respective courses being offered to current Year 12 and Year 13 students.
Year 12 - A Level Psychology:
Year 13 - A Level Psychology:
Please find attached below, the Curriculum Maps for both Year 12 and Year 13: