Studying Psychology requires looking beyond common sense and personal opinions for explanations on human and animal behaviour, we look at evidence. Such as empirical evidence, which does not come from personal or subjective opinion, but from research studies, based on scientific procedures and findings, which other psychologists may read, criticize and then try to replicate. The evidence from these studies are then used to evaluation our theories, to change and develop them, thereby getting as close to the truth about behaviour as we scientifically can. The goals of studying psychology are to describe, explain, predict and ultimately seek positive change in human behaviour.

Staff

A level Psychology is taught by:

Ms M Redican – Head of Psychology

Mrs A Khan – Teacher of Psychology

GCSE Psychology is taught by:

Ms M Redican – Head of Psychology

Mrs A Khan – Teacher of Psychology

We use the AQA 8182 specification at GCSE and the AQA 7181,7182 specification for A level.

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