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Summary: Issues and Debates (Easy to understand and detailed notes)
I have just completed my A level Psychology receiving an A grade for the subject. I wanted to share my detailed notes with other students who may be taking the same course. When studying for this subject I could never find helpful resources online due to the fact this is a new specification and so I hope this will come of use to you guys.
Content of Product:
These notes cover issues and debates in Cognitive, Social, Biological, Learning theories, Clinical and Crime.
Each Section is covered in a color coded and easy to understand format:
Ethical issues in research (animals and human)
Comparisons between ways of explaining behavior using different themes
Psychology as a science
Culture and gender
How psychological understanding has developed over time
Issues of social control
The use of psychological knowledge in society
Issues related to socially sensitive research
I have more detailed psychology notes on AS. I will be uploading them too.
Good luck my fellow psychologists!
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