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Student accessfree26 August 2019

An important feature of this site is the ability to give students access to both the online textbook and most of the materials, including activities, writing samples and revision materials.You can choose... more

Making a surveyfree25 August 2019

The following activity is something that I do in my health unit on stress. It could be done with any unit. The goal is to have students design a survey, carry it out and then analyse it. The analysis... more

Fagot (1978)free24 August 2019

One of the ways in which we are enculturated is through our parents. We learn both from observing their behaviour and by receiving feedback from our parents in the form of rewards (praise) and punishment... more

Wood (2002)24 August 2019

The following study was carried out by Wood, Desmarais and Gugla (2002). The study may be used to discuss enculturation of gender roles (sociocultural approach) or the development of social roles (developmental... more

Wood (2002)24 August 2019

The following study was carried out by Wood, Desmarais and Gugla (2002). The study may be used to discuss enculturation of gender roles (sociocultural approach) or the development of social roles (developmental... more

Curran and Hill (2017)24 August 2019

Are teenagers today more stressed than they were a generation ago? This is a question that is difficult to answer. A generation ago, stress was not discussed in schools like it is today. Asking fifty-year-olds... more

Ideas for Internal Assessment24 August 2019

The following list is made up of potential studies for replication for the internal assessment. It is by no means a definitive list of all the topics that students could choose to explore. Students should... more

Prejudice 22 August 2019

In spite of the efforts by schools to teach the history of anti-Semitism, racism, xenophobia (dislike or fear of foreigners) and homophobia, prejudice, discrimination and conflict between groups continue... more

LP 2: Brain imaging techniques22 August 2019

The following lesson plan is an introduction to brain imaging techniques - a key way in which psychologists are able to study the brain.Although I will focus on MRIs (structural) and fMRIs (functional)... more

References: Relationshipsfree22 August 2019

Allport, G. W. (1954). The nature of prejudice. Cambridge, MA: Addison-Wesley Pub.Altman, I. & Taylor, D. (1973). Social Penetration: The development of interpersonal relationships. New York: Holt. more