Year 12 Groups A&B PY1 Assumptions of the Biological approach

Here is a worksheet to print off for Monday

assumptions-of-biological-approach-nm-2012

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Year 12 Assumptions of the Biological Approach Worksheet

You need this worksheet to support the powerpoint

Assumptions of Biological Approach (NM) 2012

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Time to change Blogs

I have started a new psychology blog for 2012-13, so won’t be adding anything to this one. The address you now need is :

stcmpsy12.wordpress.com

See you there!

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Year 13 Test

I’ve posted a range of documents below, and they will all be useful on this topic, which is a slight modification on the nature/nurture debate. I’ve included two different essay plans which will be the focus of our lessons. Make sure you print them both.

nature nurutre worksheet

genetic, env essay plan

genes vs environment

nature-nurture essay plan

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Year 12 Multi-Store Memory Powerpoint

For current year 12 students who are just starting on the memory topic, you will need to print off the powerpoint posted on the 4th September 2011, in the PY4 category. You will need it by Wednesday 13th June, so see Mr Haggerty if you have a problem.

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Star of the Week Beginning 7 May – Sophie Furnham

Sophie has handed in 25 practice essays so far – and as we know thereare only 50 possible essays in the PY2 exam. Keep it going Sophie!

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Year 13 – Controversies : Genetic and environmental Influences on behaviour.

I’ve posted a range of documents below, and they will all be useful on this topic, which is a slight modification on the nature/nurture debate. I’ve included two different essay plans which will be the focus of our lessons. Make sure you print them both.

nature nurutre worksheet

genetic, env essay plan

genes vs environment

nature-nurture essay plan

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