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Study guides Edexcel AS/A Level Psychology (1st edition)

Susan Harty, James Bailey - ISBN: 9781447982463

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This booklet is a guide to help you study for the Unit 1 Social Psychology section of the Pearson Edexcel A Level Psychology exam. These notes are my personal notes which I used to achieve an A* in my own A Level Psychology exam. Of course, this is only a guide – the notes made here are a starting point to aid you. Please use this in conjunction with your textbook (and your brain!) to create the notes needed for you to feel confident enough to answer questions in each topic. Feel free to highl...

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This booklet is a guide to help you study for the Unit 3 Biological Psychology section of the Pearson Edexcel A Level Psychology exam. These notes are my personal notes which I used to achieve an A* in my own A Level Psychology exam. Of course, this is only a guide – the notes made here are a starting point to aid you. Please use this in conjunction with your textbook (and your brain!) to create the notes needed for you to feel confident enough to answer questions in each topic. Feel free to h...

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Notes by an A* student. A mind map explaining what privation is and three studies into privation: Genie, Freud and Dann, and the Czech twins. For each study, I have written about the weaknesses of the study and whether it suggests that privation can be reversed or not. There is also a page of evaluation points about general privation research including points about triangulation and ecological validity.

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