Are you interested in Psychology, but not sure what it is all about?
Below are some of the questions that we explore when we do A-Level Psychology.
How can we improve our memories?
Are eyewitnesses reliable?
Why do we dream?
Is there a meaning to dreams?
Why do we sleep?
Why do some people need more sleep than others?
Why do people get psychological disorders like schizophrenia?
What makes us attracted to some people rather than others?
How do we win friends and influence people?
Why do we feel sluggish at some times of the day rather than others?
Does stress lead to illness?
How should stress be managed?
What is the best way to investigate the brain?
Can the mind be investigated?
Is there a maternal instinct?
Is adolescence a time of storm, stress and struggle?
How do our personalities develop?
Are there only two genders?
Is it ethical to do experiments on humans?
Is it ethical to do experiments on animals?
Is psychology a science?
Is psychology biased?
What is self?
What is consciousness?
Is there a difference between the mind and the brain?
What do you think?
How would you feel if you discovered that there are many different answers to these questions?
How would you feel if you discovered that all of those answers could be right?
How would you feel if you discovered that there were no right answers?
If you think that you would like to discuss some of these questions, then you may be suited to doing Psychology.
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