Abnormal Psychology notes from a 4.0 GPA student at an American state university. Covers the following topics:
|Western Connecticut State University||A|
These notes cover antisocial personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, psychopathy, and externalising disorders (ADHD, Conduct Disorder, and ODD).
Characteristics, prevalence rates (including gender d
Comprehensive Cognition and Emotion notes from a Russell Group University.
Clear headings and concise language. Pictures and colour codification used. Each document starts with an outlined plan of the topics covered. Key studies included, as well
|University Of Exeter||1st|
Topics include: memory, executive function, adolescence, and antisocial behaviour. Relevant evidence for each topic is outlined, including methodology and findings
These notes are informative, to the point, and easy to follow. They are drawn from a
Really detailed notes, they served me well. Specific to Edexcel Psychology exam board, AS and A2.
|The Portsmouth Grammar School||A|
The notes cover interpersonal decisions, prosocial behaviour (romantic and parental love), spatial memory & ability, and research methods used to understand individual differences.
Evidence from research is provided, and a detailed essay plan for re
Topics include: biological psych, perception, animal psych, and consciousness. Relevant evidence for each topic is outlined, including methodology and findings. The notes cover a wide span of sub-topics within each larger topics, providing a comprehen
The notes provide a comprehensive introduction to research methods and statistics (not requiring SPSS).
There are clear instructions for how to carry out the following: descriptive stats, t-tests, correlations, chi-square, sign test, Wilcoxon, Mann
Topics include: social psych, intelligence, developmental psych and abnormal psych. Relevant evidence for each topic is outlined, including methodology and findings. The notes cover a wide span of sub-topics within each larger topics, providing a comp
a complete summary of memory for the module Psychology 1
|King'S College London||2:1|
These notes aim to provide an understanding of cognitive neuropsychological models of high level behaviour such as remembering, recognising, short and long term memory and the role of the brain in this behaviour.
These notes are informative, preci
Topics include: general revision summary, important concepts, visual pathways, cortical structure & function, and object perception (including theories/models and evaluation). Relevant evidence for each topic is outlined, including methodology and fin
Topics include: group performance, impressions of individuals, norms & behaviour, norms & conformity, and the self. Relevant research is outlined, including methodology and findings.
These notes are informative, to the point, and easy to follow. Th
The notes give details on how to select the correct statistical test out of:
1 way independent ANOVA
2 way independent ANOVA
Repeated measures ANOVA
Factor Analysis (PCA)
The notes provide clear instructions