A Level Psychology



A Level Psychology

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This page is designed to help students studying any of the A Level psychology specifications by providing access to quality revision websites and resources.



Explaining Psychology


Explaining Psychology is a Psychology YouTube channel which delivers interesting and engaging Psychology lessons for psychology students as well as those who have a general interest in the subject.


Elizabeth Elwell the founder of this channel has a first class degree in Psychology BSc. (Hons) and is currently teaching the AQA Psychology A Specification at a high performing sixth form in Surrey (UK).


You can visit the Explaining Psychology website by clicking HERE and you can check out the YouTube channel HERE



Social Influence: AQA A Level Psychology Video by Elizabeth Elwell






Psychblog A Level Psychology


Comprehensive information and resources website written and hosted by Jamie Davies aimed at students across all A Level specifications and undergraduate introduction to psychology courses.


CLICK HERE To Visit psychblog. 



Psychlotron


Psychlotron is a free resource sharing site for teachers and lecturers. The resources they provide are primarily aimed at those teaching the British AS and A2 level Psychology specifications although they will also be useful to anyone studying or teaching introductory courses in Psychology.


CLICK HERE To Visit Psychlotron.



Must Visit Links



If you are new to psychology or just about to embark on an A-Level psychology course, there are a number of resources right here on the All About Psychology website that you will find very useful.


What is Psychology


Types of Psychology


Psychology Project Help


Classic Psychology Journal Articles


Psychology Research Methods


Recent Articles

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    Sep 17, 19 11:26 AM

    Great article on the psychology of self-destructive behavior.

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  2. Oskar Pfungst and the case of Clever Hans: Today in the History of Psychology (17th September 1904)

    Sep 17, 19 08:00 AM




    Oskar Pfungst began his famous investigation into the case of "Clever Hans," a horse that could seemingly solve mathematical problems (multiplication and division) by tapping out answers with his righ…

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  3. Curiosity: We’re Studying The Brain To Help You Harness It

    Sep 16, 19 10:31 AM

    Fascinating article on research being conducted to help unlock the benefits of curiosity for learning and education.

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