Examining the etiologies (causes), symptoms, diagnosis and treatments for psychological disorders.
Ideas and resources related to assessment in IB Psychology.
Understanding how biological factors, like brain function, hormones and neurotransmitters, can affect human behaviour.
All about the mind and how it works.
Understanding origins of criminal behaviour so we can develop better treatment and prevention policies.
General curriculum documents that will help you understand your course and plan accordingly.
Understanding how early-life influences, such as trauma, parenting or peers, can influence individual behaviour.
Materials that will help teachers and students produce excellent IAs.
A range of general interest articles that you might find interesting.
Studying relationships between behaviour and health, like addiction, stress, smoking and obesity.
Marriage, attraction, altruism, bystanderism, conflict, prejudice and discrimination are all covered in this IB option.
Materials to help teachers and students with the demanding IB Psychology course.
Materials to help teachers and students cover the HL Extensions in IB Psychology.
Resources to help complete and submit the IB Psychology IA.
Materials and articles designed to help students understand all about relationships.
All about PTSD, including etiologies, prevalence, symptoms, diagnosis, explanations and treatments.
Learning about the origins, effects and strategies to reduce these anti-social behaviours.
Materials and articles to help teachers and students understand qualitative approaches to research in psychology.
Understanding research methodology, including sampling, ethics, statistics, etc.
Tips and strategies to help prepare for exams.
Resources focused on investigating how human behaviour is shaped by cultural and social influences.
Information and summaries of important psychological theories and studies.
Lesson plans, teaching tips and other general ideas that could save you heaps of time!
Ideas, tips and strategies relating to our “Themantic Model of Curriculum.”