IB Psychology HL Final Exam Notes
Provides answers to all of the learning outcomes of the three levels of analysis in psychology (biological, cognitive, and sociocultural). Highly organized notes with hyperlinks and respective study (or studies) that aid in supporting the argument claim for each learning outcome.
IB Psych HL Abnormal Revision Guide
An in-depth, complete and well-written guide to acing the Abnormal Section of Psychology HL for the IB. Provides definitions, examiner approver advice, essay scaffolds, and studies - that have been both summarised and analyzed to provide you with strengths and limitations. Written by a 7 student and used by students to get 7\'s.
IB Psych HL LOA Revision Guide
An in-depth, complete and well-written summary of the Psychology HL Levels of Analysis (BLOA, CLOA, and SCLOA). This guide covers definitions, essay structures for both 8 and 22 Markers, as well as providing in-depth summaries of studies and their analysis (strengths and limitations). Written by a student who got a 7 in HL Psychology and used by students to get 7\'s as well.
IB Psych Paper 2 ERQs Developmental Psychology with Studies
IB Psychology Paper 2 plans for all possible Extended Response Questions for Developmental Psychology Option, with in-depth focus on Cognitive Development.
IB Psych Paper 1 ERQ Sociocultural Approach with Studies
IB Psychology Paper 1 plans for all possible Extended Response Questions for Section B related to the Sociocultural Approach to Behavior.
Abnormal Psychology - IB Psychology - Detailed Essay Plans
A 26-page document which has everything you need to fully prepare for the topic Abnormal Psychology. The document has an essay plan for all the possible essay titles, which are:
1. To what extent do biological, cognitive and sociocultural factors influence abnormal behaviour?
2. Evaluate psychological research (that is, theories and/or studies) relevant to the study of abnormal behaviour.
3. Discuss cultural and ethical considerations in diagnosis.
4. Examine the concepts of normality and abnormality.
5. Discuss validity and reliability of diagnosis.
6. Discuss cultural and ethical considerations in diagnosis.
7. Describe symptoms and prevalence of one anxiety/affective/eating disorder.
8. Analyse etiologies (in terms of biological, cognitive and/or sociocultural factors) of one anxiety/affective/eating disorder.
9. Discuss cultural and gender variations in prevalence of disorders.
10. Examine/evaluate biomedical, individual and group approaches to treatment.
11. Discuss the use of eclectic approaches to treatment.
12. Discuss the relationship between etiology and therapeutic approach in relation to one disorder.
Note: I used these notes for my Psychology exams and my final grade was a 7 - they work!
IB Psych Paper 1 SAQ Biological Approach
IB Psychology Paper 1 plans for all possible Short Answer Questions for section A related to the Biological Approach to Behavior.
IB Psych Paper 3 Notes
IB Psychology Paper 3 Study Guide. Included: descriptions of all Study Methods, Biases, Research Designs, Validity and Reliability
IB Psych Paper 2 ERQs Human Relationship with Studies
IB Psychology Paper 2 plans for all possible Extended Response Questions for Human Relationships Option, with in-depth focus on subtopic of Social Responsibility Description and Evaluation of all studies!
IB Psych Paper 1 SAQ Sociocultural Approach
IB Psychology Paper 1 plans for all possible Short Answer Questions for section A related to the Sociocultural Approach to Behavior.
IB Psych Paper 1 SAQ Cognitive Approach
IB Psychology Paper 1 plans for all possible Short Answer Questions for section A related to the Cognitive Approach to Behavior.