OCR GCSE Psychology First by Barbara Woods, Karon Oliver, Philip Banyard
  

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OCR GCSE Psychology First by Barbara Woods, Karon Oliver, Philip Banyard

Motivate and engage your students with this straightforward, topic by topic introduction to Psychology, endorsed by OCR. The quick background section introduces exactly what your students' need to know at the start of each unit, and the key studies are then set out as clearly as possible, with their procedure and conclusions. There's also help on applying knowledge, with explanations of the real life relevance of research. - Enables students to excel in their exams by mapping out everything students need to know for each topic - Help students' understanding by explaining the procedures and conclusions of Key studies clearly - Ensurese students can apply their knowledge by usings real life examples of the relevance of research

About the Author

Barbara Woods is an experienced teacher of Psychology GCSE, and author of numerous bestselling Psychology textbooks. Karon Oliver is a senior educationalist and experienced teacher, as well as former Chair of the Association for the Teaching of Psychology (ATP). Philip Banyard is a Reader in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. He helped develop the initial Psychology specifications for a major awarding bodyand is a widely respected author, lecturer and researcher in Psychology.

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Format

Paperback
232 pages

Author

Barbara Woods, Karon Oliver, Philip Banyard
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th May 2012

ISBN

9781444168310


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