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AQA Psychology for A Level Yr 2 Flashbook: 2nd Ed

Author(s): Flanagan, Jarvis, Liddle, Mohamedbhai

awarding body: AQA

level: A Level Year 2

isbn: 978-1-912820-48-1

subject: Psychology

Pages: 200 pp




A brand new edition of this pocket-sized revision guide. An invaluable companion to the 2nd Edition Student Book, Revision Guide and Revision App.


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So what’s changing?

All the topic essentials on one small page amended to precisely reflect the changes made to the 2nd Edition Student Book.

AO1 Description
Six points are provided for 6 AO1 marks in extended writing questions.

AO3 Evaluation
There are now three AO3 points plus counterpoint and discussion point very concisely presented.

All the MCQ and extended writing practice questions have been reviewed and amended to better reflect the exam style.

Information is presented as ‘trigger phrases’ to improve recall - psychologists say it's the best way to revise!

PLEASE NOTE: Approaches in Psychology, Biopsychology and Research Methods are included in the Year 1 & AS 2nd Edition Flashbook and not in this book.

Contents for Year 2 Flashbook*

Topic 1: Issues and Debates

Topic 2: Relationships

Topic 3: Gender

Topic 4: Cognition and Development

Topic 5: Schizophrenia

Topic 6: Eating Behaviour

Topic 7: Stress

Topic 8: Aggression

Topic 9: Forensic Psychology

Topic 10: Addiction

* Approaches in Psychology, Biopsychology and Research Methods for A Level are included in the Year 1 & AS 2nd Edition Flashbook and not in this book.

About the authors

Cara Flanagan is one of the best-known and most respected authors for A Level Psychology.  A practiced teacher with examining experience, she is Senior Editor of Psychology Review and a well-known conference presenter. Cara is renowned for creating resources that students love to use.

Matt Jarvis is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.   He taught psychology for 25 years, has examining experience and is currently Learning Technology and Innovation Manager for a Social Justice and Education charity. Matt is also an editor of Psychology Review.

Rob Liddle has more than twenty years' teaching experience in psychology, from GCSE to postgraduate study.  A psychology graduate with a Masters in Organisational Psychology, Rob is an established author with examining experience.

Arwa Mohamedbhai currently teaches psychology and is Head of Year 12 at Bacup and Rawtenstall Grammar School, Lancashire.  Arwa is an experienced examiner with a major awarding body.