PYC1502 – Exam Preparation
Use these summary notes to prepare for the exam. Passed this subject with a distinction by just using these notes when preparing. Making this cheap so that other students can afford it
Notes PYC4808 Ecosystemic Psychology NOTES: Some Q and A's from Past Papers
Summaries notes on all chapters for exam. (1,2,3,4,5,7,10,12,13,14,15). Some past paper questions and answers. First order versus Second Order: Ethics, research, reality, role of therapist, principles of first order and second order
AQA A Level Biopsychology Notes
AQA Psychology A Level notes for Biopsychology year 12 and 13.
- Human Nervous System
- Neurons and Neurotransmitters
- Endocrine System
- Plasticity and Functional Recovery after Trauma
- Localisation and Lateralisation
- Ways of Studying the Brain
- Biological Rhythms (circadian, infradian, ultradian)
- Endogenous pacemakers and Exogenous zeitgebers
Psychopathology Notes, AQA A Level Psychology
These notes are for the 'Psychopathology' topic in AS & A2 Psychology (AQA). I only used these notes to revise and achieved an A grade.
Introductory Psychology Notes
These highly detailed and easy to navigate notes for Introductory Psychology covers a history of the field, psychological research, neuroscience and behavior, states of consciousness, learning, memory, cognition and language, intelligence, motivation and emotion, gender and sex, development, personality, health psychology and dealing with stress, psychological disorders and their treatment, and social psychology.
AP Psychology comprehensive study notes
This comprehensive study guide for the AP Psychology exam is the perfect fit for visual thinkers. I have written down color-coded and illustrated notes, graphically appealing and to the point. These notes got me a 5 on the AP exam and cover every single unit. Names of psychologists, key graphs and important details included! Non-traditional but super-effective notes.
Complete set of notes for the psychopathology topic taught in year 1 of AQA A level Psychology course. Including: definitions of abnormality, characteristics of phobias, depression and OCD, the behavioural approach to explaining and treating phobias, the cognitive approach to explaining and treating depression and finally, the biological approach to explaining and treating OCD.