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How to use this website

The website is essentially a resource bank consisting of mainly notes for students and teachers studying or teaching the AQA B Psychology specification. The notes created on the website are notes which have primarily been used for examination revision, as they are condensed and to-the-point. In order to get the most of the information here, we recommend [...]

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The Psychology Forum: Help is at hand…

Having attempted to research academic psychology resources, you may find there is very little out there to aid students with their learning. The Psychology Forum has been created to assist students worldwide using a forum-based platform for interaction and ease of use. It offers help to all the major fields of psychology; cognitive, individuality and abnormality, physiological and [...]

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Teaching Material Wanted!

We hope that students are finding this website useful, and we intend to update it with the new specification gradually as more material becomes available. However, until then, we’d highly appreciate it if AQA B Psychology teachers and other members of the teaching staff could perhaps submit any material which may benefit students and of [...]

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First Ever Academic Psychology Forum

Psychology Notes is proud to be supporting what appears to be the first ever dedicated academic psychology forum for students of schools, colleges and universities. The forum is directed to students studying psychology at any level and accommodates all questions and guidance within the field of academic psychology. Although the website is relatively new and has [...]

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Forum RSS Feeds

It’s now possible to subscribe to the forum’s RSS feeds. This means that you can get new threads and new posts directly into your RSS feed software without having to check back at the forum everytime. To get started, just click on the forum you are interested in, and then you’ll see the RSS icon [...]

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How audio lectures can help boost your grade

There are many ways to revise, understand and learn new material. The most common way is of course the class room setting which you are only too familiar with. After sitting in the same class over and over you may feel your mind to wonder, you have an urge to try something new. Exploring ways to help [...]

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Searching the website

Although each post is carefully organised under their respective module heading and sub-heading, it can be a little difficult to find what you’re looking for. The best way to find the post you need is by simply using the search feature on the left hand side. You can simply begin to type your keyowrd, such [...]

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Pre & Post Lecture Reading

I was always told at the beginning of the year by various members of staff that to get the most out of the course and the lectures, we as students should be reading a related chapter before the lecture and again after the lecture. By the sounds of it you may not think of it [...]

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Revision: Note Condensing

One of the most common types of questions asked to their peers and their own tutor is what is the best method they could use to revise. It can be difficult and easy to  answer at the same time. There is a common method many students use to revise which is simply to go over [...]

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Free Lecture Downloads

As mentioned previously, listening to lectures on a topic from other universities and other lecturers is a good way to enhance your understanding of an area of psychology, especially if you’re having trouble grasping it. One of the new places on the Internet to store and offer free open source lectures on a huge variety [...]

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