Social Influence Memory Attachment Psychopathology
Author: Rob Liddle
Create confident, literate students with skills-focused, topic-specific workbooks Our Student Workbooks build students' understanding, developing the confidence and skills they need, whilst providing ready prepared lesson solutions. - Prepare students to meet the demands of the specification by practising exam technique and developing their literacy skills - Provide flexible resource material to reinforce and apply topic understanding throughout the course, as classwork or extension tasks, or with revision - Create opportunities for self-directed learning and assessment with answers to tasks and activities supplied online - Supplement key resources such as textbooks to adapt easily to existing schemes of work - Offer time-saving and economical lesson solutions for both specialist and non-specialist teachers
Author: Clare Charles
Publisher: Psychology Press
AS Level Psychology Workbook includes structured worksheets for students to fill in as they progress through their AS psychology course. The resulting notes are aimed to provide a useful resource bank for revision purposes. In addition to outlining a structure for note-taking, the workbook also gives supported guidance on everything students need to know in order to do well in the exams. The content is directly relevant to the AQA Specification A and can be used in conjunction with any AS psychology textbook. To integrate with the rest of the learning materials in the Psychology Press A-Level Programme, cross-references are provided throughout to the appropriate pages in Eysenck’s AS Level Psychology, and Brody and Dwyer’s Revise AS Level Psychology. AS Level Psychology Workbook includes the following features: Learning objectives that condense the vast amount of specification content into focused and manageable chunks for each topic Structured worksheets that map on to each of the learning objectives and consist of cues for note-taking, opportunities to fill in the blanks, and activities to enrich learning “Using this in the exam” sections that consider possible exam questions, along with guidance on how to answer them. This workbook will be invaluable for all students tackling AS psychology. It enables them to navigate through the wealth of material linked to the subject, and encourages active learning to promote enjoyment of study. The AS workbook has been fully revised for the new specification for teaching from September 2008.
Author: Molly Marshall
Publisher: Philip Allan
Reinforce students' understanding throughout their course; clear topic summaries with sample questions and answers to help improve exam technique. Written by experienced Psychology teacher and subject expert Molly Marshall, the Student Guides for AQA AS and A-level Psychology: - Provide a concise summary of the topics covered in the AS and A-level specifications - Consolidate understanding with tips and knowledge check questions - Provide opportunities to improve exam technique with sample graded answers to exam-style questions - Develop independent learning and research skills - Provide the content for generating individual revision notes
Author: Bob Reeves
Publisher: Hodder Education
With My Revision Notes you can: Take control of your revision: plan and focus on the areas where you need to improve your knowledge and understanding with advice, summaries and notes from expert authors Achieve your potential by applying computing terms accurately with the help of definitions and key words on all topics Improve your exam skills by tackling exam-style and self-testing questions
Author: Jean-Marc Lawton,Eleanor Willard
Publisher: Hodder Education
AQA Approved 'Clear, well laid out and student friendly and I'm confident my students will be well prepared. The real life examples and practise questions are much appreciated'. Ian Thomson, Larne Grammar School. Equip your students with the knowledge and the skills that they need for the new AQA Psychology A-level, with guidance on assessment objectives, clear, comprehensive coverage and activities that consolidate understanding, develop key skills and ensure progression. - Thoroughly engage your students with Psychology at A-level through extensive real-life contemporary research - Ensure students learn and understand content for all the key topics with the clear, accessible style from Jean-Marc Lawton and Eleanor Willard - Helps your students understand the assessment objectives and develop their examination skills with assessment guidance and checks throughout and practice questions - Ensures progression and encourages independent thinking with extension suggestions and activities
The Complete Companion
Author: Mike Cardwell,Cara Flanagan
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
The unique approach of this book is that it provides comprehensive coverage of only the most popular areas of the AQA A A2 specification: relationships, pro- and anti-social behaviour, biological rhythms, cognitive development, social and personality development, evolutionary explanationsof human behaviour, psychopathology, treating mental disorders, plus issues, debates and approaches. This core textbook offers students the opportunity to improve their grades and have their very own expert to take home the friendly examiner - The Complete Companion!
Author: Matt Jarvis,Julia Russell,Lizzie Gauntlett,Fiona Lintern
OCR A Level Year 2 Psychology has been written by a leading author-examiner team to match the 2015 OCR Psychology specification. This student book offers thorough preparation for exams, with knowledge covered in the right depth and dedicated exam support including practice questions and examiner commentaries.
Author: Jeannie McNeill
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
New to accompany our AQA A2 German course, these workbooks provide detailed, step-by-step grammar support for independent work. Varied activities track student book grammar coverage, while transition and exam-style practice sections provide further reinforcement.
Author: Julia Russell,Fiona Lintern,Lizzie Gauntlett,Jamie Davies
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Skills-focused resources to support the study of Cambridge International AS and A Level Psychology (9990) for first examination in 2018. This vibrant coursebook is tailored to the Cambridge International AS and A Level Psychology (9990) syllabus for first examination in 2018 and is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations. It contains rigorous, comprehensive coverage at the most appropriate level of depth and detail for the course. The coursebook contains extra focus on the key concepts of research methods and ethics as well as crucial debates such as nature versus nurture. The content encourages the development of necessary skills of analysis, interpretation, application and evaluation and promotes understanding of ethical and moral issues and their implications for psychological research.
AS and A-level Year 1
Author: Michael Eysenck
Publisher: Psychology Press
AQA Psychology for AS and A-level Year 1 is the definitive textbook for the new 2015 curriculum. Written by eminent psychologist Professor Michael Eysenck, in collaboration with a team of experienced A-level teachers and examiner, the book enables students not only to pass their exams with flying colours, but also to fully engage with the science of psychology. As well as covering the six core topics students will study, the book includes: Activities which test concepts or hypotheses, bringing theory to life Key research studies explained and explored, showing the basis on which theory has developed Case studies which show how people’s lives are affected by psychological phenomena Evaluation boxes which critically appraise key concepts and theories Self-assessment questions which encourage students to reflect on what they’ve learnt Section summaries to support the understanding of specific ideas – perfect for revision Exam hints which steer students towards complete and balanced answers Key terms defined throughout so students aren’t confused by new language 200 figures, tables and photos End of chapter further reading to enable students to develop a deeper understanding End of chapter revision questions and sample exam papers to consolidate knowledge and practice exam technique A full companion website with a range of further resources for both students and teachers, including revision aids and class materials Incorporating greater coverage of research methods, as well as key statistical techniques, the sixth edition of this well-loved textbook continues to be the perfect introduction to psychology. Accessible yet rigorous, the book is the ideal textbook for students taking either the AS course or year 1 of the A-level.
Author: Joy White,Chris Owens,Ed Pawson
Publisher: Hodder Education
Bring out the best in every student, enabling them to develop in-depth subject knowledge with this accessible and engaging Student's Book, created for the 2016 specification by a team of subject specialists and the leading Religious Studies publisher. - Helps students of all abilities fulfil their potential and increase their understanding through clear, detailed explanations of the key content and concepts - Motivates students to build and cement their knowledge and skills using a range of imaginative, innovative activities that support learning and revision - Provides a variety of quotes from sources of authority that students can draw on to enhance their responses and extend their learning - Encourages students to make links between the world religions and philosophical and ethical issues so they develop a holistic view of religion in modern Britain - Prepares students for examination with a rich bank of exam-style questions, guidance on how to improve responses and student-friendly assessment criteria - Enables you to teach unfamiliar topics and systematic studies confidently with clear explanations of Christian, Catholic Christian, Islamic and Judaic beliefs and practices, verified by faith organisations WJEC Eduqas GCSE RS Component 1: Religious, philosophical and ethical studies in the Modern World 1 Issues of Relationship 2 Issues of Life and Death 3 Issues of Good and Evil 4 Issues of Human Rights Component 2: 5 Beliefs and teachings 6 Christianity: Practices Component 3: Study of a World Faith - Islam 7 Islam: Beliefs and teachings 8 Islam: Practices Component 3: Study of a World Faith - Judaism 9 Judaism: Beliefs and teachings 10 Judaism: Practices
Author: David Ferriby,Keith Milne
Maximise your chance of coursework success; this AQA A-level History Workbook breaks the non-examined assessment down into manageable steps, builds the required skills and tracks students' progress at every stage. Based on analysis of real students' submissions and the challenges they faced, this coursework companion will: - Guide you step by step through the process, from choosing a topic to conducting research, constructing an argument and submitting the final work - Improve critical thinking, reading and writing skills with activities that involve finding, analysing and evaluating sources and interpretations, plus activities that help students answer the question effectively - Enable students to work independently, using the Workbook to structure their thinking, record their progress and review their coursework against model paragraphs and a self-assessment checklist - Ensure that you understand the demands of the specification, providing a simplified mark scheme and targeted advice from authors with first-hand experience of marking AQA A-level coursework - Boost confidence and performance not only in coursework but also exams, as students can apply the skills developed throughout the project to examination questions
Author: Mark Dimmock,Andrew Fisher
Publisher: Open Book Publishers
What does pleasure have to do with morality? What role, if any, should intuition have in the formation of moral theory? If something is ‘simulated’, can it be immoral? This accessible and wide-ranging textbook explores these questions and many more. Key ideas in the fields of normative ethics, metaethics and applied ethics are explained rigorously and systematically, with a vivid writing style that enlivens the topics with energy and wit. Individual theories are discussed in detail in the first part of the book, before these positions are applied to a wide range of contemporary situations including business ethics, sexual ethics, and the acceptability of eating animals. A wealth of real-life examples, set out with depth and care, illuminate the complexities of different ethical approaches while conveying their modern-day relevance. This concise and highly engaging resource is tailored to the Ethics components of AQA Philosophy and OCR Religious Studies, with a clear and practical layout that includes end-of-chapter summaries, key terms, and common mistakes to avoid. It should also be of practical use for those teaching Philosophy as part of the International Baccalaureate. Ethics for A-Level is of particular value to students and teachers, but Fisher and Dimmock’s precise and scholarly approach will appeal to anyone seeking a rigorous and lively introduction to the challenging subject of ethics. Tailored to the Ethics components of AQA Philosophy and OCR Religious Studies.
A Self-Therapy Approach
Author: Jay Earley,Bonnie Weiss
Publisher: Sounds True
We've all heard the voice of the inner critic—that part of us that judges us, shames us, and makes us feel inadequate. "You don't want to give in to the Critic, and it doesn't really work to fight against it," explains Dr. Jay Earley. "But there is a way to transform it into an invaluable ally." With Freedom from Your Inner Critic, Dr. Earley and psychotherapist Bonnie Weiss present a self-therapy approach for uncovering the psychological roots of our self-sabotaging inner voices and restoring our sense of worthiness. Filled with insights, case studies, and practical self-therapy exercises, this breakthrough book explores: How to connect with your Inner Critic through the groundbreaking approach of Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy The seven varieties of the Inner Critic and their positive intent Healing your Criticized Child that is hurt by your Inner Critic Awakening your Inner Champion—the antidote to the influence of your Inner Critic How to transform your Inner Critic and learn to love yourself How our self-confidence, motivation, and courage improve when we are free from our Inner Critics "Self-esteem is our birthright," says Dr. Earley. "And even the most intractable Inner Critic can learn to let go and allow you to blossom." Freedom from Your Inner Critic offers a solution to one of our greatest psychological challenges—so you can reclaim your confidence, freedom, and joy in life.