4. Biological approach

IB Psychology: 4. Biological approach

The IB Psychology course looks at behaviour through three different approaches: biological, cognitive and sociocultural. In modern psychology, it is understood that these three approaches interact rather than compete to explain behaviour.This chapter looks at biological explanations of behaviour. There are two key areas of study in this unit: the brain and behaviour, and genetics. The HL extension to the unit is a...

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