Über den Autor
Moira Donald is Head of Psychology at the Stephen Perse Sixth Form College in Cambridge. Moira recently graduated in Experimental Psychology from the University of Oxford, following a previous career as a university lecturer in history. Louise Ellerby-Jones is an examiner for a leading exam board and a teacher of psychology at The Highfield School, Letchworth. She is co-author of OCR Psychology for AS also published by Hodder Education, and an active member of the Association for the Teaching of Psychology.
1 Turning to crime 2 Making a Case 3 Reaching a verdict 4 After a guilty verdict 5 Health and clinical psychology 6 Stress 7 Dysfunctional behaviour 8 Disorders 9 Sports and exercise psychology 10 Sport performance 11 Social psychology of sport 12 Exercise psychology 13Teaching and learning 14 Student participation 15 The social world of teaching and learning 16 Enabling learning: dealing with diversity
Every Applied Option for OCR A2. Every study explained in depth by a subject expert. Every topic matched to the specification by an examiner.
Written by subject and specification experts, Psychology for OCR A2 supports all 4 options the A2 specification. All of the key studies are discussed, with key concepts and background explained along the way. Once you've got the basics regular in-depth evaluation sections push you to better exam grades and increase your confidence.
Inside these colourfully designed pages, you'll find features that:
- Explain how to link to Approaches, Issues and Debates
- Summarise and evaluate Research Methods
- Suggest Activities to help you explore key concepts proactively
- Evaluate key research studies in the depth you need for a better grade.
Throughout the book there are links to a separately available OCR Study Guide for A2 and OCR Psychology Research Methods Companion for AS & A2, containing extra support and detail for the A2 papers.