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Psychology AS at Sutton College of Learning for Adults - SCOLA

Course description

MODULE ONE Theories of memory and forgetting Reliability of eyewitness testimony Development of attachments between infants and their care-givers Research on effects of daycare for preschool children MODULE TWO Effects of stress on health Causes of stress Stress management Definitions of abnormality Approaches to abnormality Eating disorders MODULE THREE Social influence: conformity, minority influence, obedience and ethical issues associated with research into social influence Research methods in psychology Ethical issues in psychology research

Entry requirements

Basic literacy skills, ability to research and write essays. A GCSE standard of education is preferred.

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Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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