Psychology

Psychology A level students will develop scientific methods for investigating human experience and behaviour.  During the first year the course looks at fifteen case studies on the following areas: cognitive psychology; developmental psychology; physiological psychology; social psychology and individual differences.  As well as these case studies we also look at investigations and how they should be carried out using ethical research methods. 

Psychology teaches you a range of transferable skills such as verbal and written communication, logical reasoning and team work, as well as the ability to understand yourself and others. 

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