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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.

Professor of Positivity
00:9:57

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...

This 15-question revision video will help you test our knowledge and understanding of Issues and Debates in the AQA A Level Psychology specification.

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Test 8: AQA A Level Psychology: MCQ Revision Blast: Issues and Debates
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In this video, we look at how to write a model answer to the following question: Outline the key features of the cognitive approach in psychology. Compare the cognitive approach...

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Cognitive Approach Comparison Essay: Example Answer Video (16 Marks)
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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

This 15-question revision video will help you test our knowledge and understanding of Research Methods in the AQA A Level Psychology specification.

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Test 7: AQA A Level Psychology: MCQ Revision Blast: Research Methods

This 15-question revision video will help you test our knowledge and understanding of Approaches in the AQA A Level Psychology specification.

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Test 6: AQA A Level Psychology: MCQ Revision Blast: Approaches
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On this page, you will find some of the recordings from our recent series of webinars titled 'The Edge in Psychology'. These videos will focus on the Ways of Studying...

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Ways of Studying the Brain: Biopsychology Webinar Video
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Schizophrenia is a mental illness that usually occurs in late adolescence or early adulthood, but it can occur at any time in life. 

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Schizophrenia: What is Schizophrenia?
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Culture can be defined as the values, beliefs and patterns of behaviour shared by a group of people. 

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Issues & Debates: Culture Bias
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The considerations outlined by Sieber and Stanley provide a mechanism to safeguard individuals who are indirectly affected by psychological research. Because of the problems associated with socially sensitive research, it...

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Issues & Debates: Evaluating Socially Sensitive Research
00:18:34

Unlike the idiographic approach, the nomothetic approach is considered as generally scientific. 

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Issues & Debates: Evaluating the Nomothetic Approach

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