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Introduction to Psychology

AS Psychology Induction
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Rajiv Ariaraj

on 7 September 2014

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Transcript of Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology
The Sixth Form College Farnborough
What is Psychology?
Psychology
is the
science
of
mind
and
behaviour.
Psychology is
not
Psychologists
study how people
Think,
feel
and
behave.
You are already a psychologist.
September 2013
TASK
You need to get into pairs for this task. One person in each pair needs to interview the other. Then you will swap roles.
Find out these four points about the person you are interviewing...
What subjects they are taking
Their interests/ hobbies
What their favourite film or tv programme is.
What would be their ideal holiday
AS Psychology
consists of
two units.
Psychological Investigations
Unit G541
This unit investigates the different
research methods
and
issues
psychologists face when conducting new research.
This unit is worth
30%
of your final AS grade and is assessed
by an exam in June.
Core
Studies
Unit G542
This unit is worth
70%
of your final AS grade and is assessed
by an exam in June.
In this unit you will look at
15 important studies
that have
influenced psychology.
You will need to be able to describe
them in detail and analyse their strengths and weaknesses.
Expectations
Respect
Willingness
Fairness
Nature vs Nurture
Have you turned out the way you are because of our biology? (your genes, DNA and body)
Think about what kind of person you are
What type of personality do you have? (shy, outgoing, funny, enthusiastic etc...)
What type of friends do you have?
What do you in your spare time?
What is your sense of humour?
What are the subjects you've picked for college?
What do you usually watch on TV?
Or have we turned out the way we are because of our environment? (the way you were raised, the people you've interacted with?
Nature
Nurture
What you'll need for lessons
Any booklets I give you (very important)
Intelligence
Sporting ability
How healthy someone is
Criminality
Gender
Nature
or
Nurture
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