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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 can check out Elizabeth's YouTube channel HERE



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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.


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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.


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