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Up Learn A Level Psychology

The Up Learn Psychology course contains everything you need to learn and achieve top grades in A Level Psychology.

Exam Boards: AQA

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WHAT YOU GET

Every course includes

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Interactive Video Lessons

Video content that keeps you engaged and regular activities that keep you from losing focus

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Detailed Quizzes

800+ questions designed to test your understanding, with a mix of exam-style mark schemes and full written answers that address common misconceptions

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Exclusive Practice Papers

Reviewed by real examiners exclusively for Up Learn in order to give you additional confidence when preparing for exams

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Progress Tracker to A*

Bespoke assessment and practice questions to chart your grade gains as you progress

SYLLABUS-SPECIFIC

Our exam boards

Our AQA A Level Psychology course covers 100% of the specification for Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the AQA Psychology exams, along with Issues & Debates, Gender, Schizophrenia and Aggression for the Paper 3 exam (Bonus Pack).

Up Learn AQA A Level Economics
Introduction to Social Psychology
Conformity
Obedience
Minority Influence
What is Memory?
Types of Memory
Types of Long-Term Memory
The Working Memory Model
Forgetting
Memory Accuracy: How Good is Our Memory?
What is Attachment?
Methods in Attachment Research
How Do We Form Attachments?
Why Do We Form Attachments? (I & II)
Broken Attachments
Attachment Styles
The Continuity Hypothesis
The Role of the Father
Introduction to Psychopathology
Defining Abnormality
The Behaviourist Approach to Phobias
The Cognitive Approach to Depression
The Biological Approach to OCD
Origins of Psychology
Psychodynamic Approach
Behaviourist Approach
Cognitive Approach
Biological Approach
Social Learning Theory
Humanistic Approach
Comparisons Between Approaches
Paradigms in Psychology
Neurons
Divisions of the Nervous System
The Endocrine System and the Fight or Flight Response
Brain Localisation
Brain Plasticity
Methods of Studying the Brain
Biological Rhythms
Controlling Biological Rhythms
What is a Science?
Features of Science
Issues in Psychological Research
Extraneous Variables
External Validity
Sampling
Ethical Issues in Psychology
Types of Experiment
The Non-Experimental Method
Methods of Data-Collection: Self-Report Technique
Methods of Data Collection: Observational Technique
Pilot Studies
Types of Data
Data Presentation
Descriptive Statistics
Percentages
Probability
Inferential Statistics – Interval Data
Inferential Statistics – Ordinal Data
Inferential Statistics – Nominal Data
Inferential Statistics – The Sign Test
Inferential Statistics – Correlation
Qualitative Data Analysis
Reporting Results
Primary and Secondary Data
How to Write Hypotheses
Gender Bias
Cultural Bias
Free Will and Determinism
Nature – Nurture
Reductionism and Holism
Idiographic and Nomothetic Methods
Socially Sensitive Research
Option 1: Gender
Option 2: Schizophrenia
Option 3: Aggression

WHAT STUDENTS HAVE SAID

Our student stories

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