Here are the two videos that have just been published by Ofqual explaining the exams grading process for summer 2020.

Ofqual Guidance for Teachers and Students on Exam Grading in Summer 2020
18th January 2019

The Psychology of Winning

Here is a special video documentary from the Economist looking at recent developments in sports psychology used with elite sportsman and sportswomen. Is sports psychology a phoney science or can...

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The Psychology of Winning
23rd September 2018

Professor of Positivity

Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker claims our life is actually getting better. Channel 4 News interviews him on his perspective.

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Professor of Positivity
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The psychology of computer games is explored in this short video which explores what happens to the brain when playing Fortnite.

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What Happens to Your Brain When You Play Fortnite...
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Here are some links to recent features on developments in neuroscience that (perhaps) allow us better to understand the complexities and mysteries of the teenage brain! Start with this article...

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Neuroscience - unlocking the mysteries of the teenage brain

With Paper 1 out of the way, our attention now turns to Paper 2 with that whopping 48 mark research methods section. This section is worth twice the marks and is therefore twice...

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Three Essential Paper 2 Research Method Videos for A Level Psychology Students

This is just a quick message to wish all students (and their teachers) the best of luck with the first A Level Psychology Exam.

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Four Essential Paper 1 Videos for A Level Psychology Students

Join Joseph Sparks and the tutor2u Psychology team at Vue Cinema, Westfield Stratford City on Tuesday (9th) or Wednesday (10th) May for a day of intensive revision for A...

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A Level Psychology (AQA/OCR) Grade Booster Workshops on Tuesday & Wednesday
24th February 2017

Q&A from AQA: Holistic Marking

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Below you will find a question and response from AQA in relation to: Holistic Marking.

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Q&A from AQA: Holistic Marking
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Skinner’s theory of Operant Conditioning suggests that the likelihood of a behaviour being repeated depends on the consequences (or reinforcement) an organism receives.

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Video: Skinner – Operant Conditioning
17th February 2017

Video: Five Steps To Tyranny

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While we may think we know right from wrong, the BBC documentary ‘Five Steps To Tyranny’, demonstrates that ordinary people are capable of horrendous acts.

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Video: Five Steps To Tyranny
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A recent study has found that marijuana use can lead to long-lasting brain damage and increase the risk of developing schizophrenia.

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Video: Smoking Cannabis Damages Brain for LIFE
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An interesting article on the DailyGalaxy website provides an insight into the effects of space travel on the human brain.

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Video: Space Flight Changes The Human Brain
6th February 2017

Video: Understanding OCD

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TeamMentalHealth.org have published a cartoon video depicting the life of someone with OCD. This video provides an interesting starting point for the AQA Psychopathology Topic, in particular, the idea...

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Video: Understanding OCD
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In this short video, Loftus outlines the famous Loftus & Palmer (1974) study, with footage from the original research.

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Video: Loftus & Palmer (1974)

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