Psychology IB at Hugh Christie School
About the Course
Board IB Diploma Programme (Standard Level)
Psychology is the study of behaviour and mental processes. Psychology provides a unique approach to understanding modern society.
IB Psychology examines the interaction of biological, cognitive (thinking) and sociocultural influences on human behaviour.
Understanding how psychological knowledge is
generated, developed and applied enables students to achieve a greater understanding of themselves and appreciate the diversity of human behaviour.
The ethical concerns raised by the methodology and application of psychological research are key considerations in IB psychology.
Units of Study
· The biological level of analysis
· The cognitive level of analysis
· The sociocultural level of awareness
· Abnormal psychology
· Developmental psychology
· Health psychology
· Psychology of human relationships
· Port psychology
· Introduction to experimental research methodology
Students need to have a passion for the subject and be willing to embrace change. These students should have four Grades 9 to 4 including a grade 4 or higher in English and Maths.
· 2 hours
· 3 compulsory questions
· 1 essay question from a choice of 3 titles
· 50% of the course
· 1 hour
· 1 essay question from a selection of 15 titles
· 25% of the course
· A report of a simple experimental study conducted by the student.
· 25% of the course.
How to apply
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