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ok its the last day of school at gcse level yay and now in the holidays i want to get a head start but don't know where to begin, any good revision guides or sources to learn topics etc..
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ok its the last day of school at gcse level yay and now in the holidays i want to get a head start but don't know where to begin, any good revision guides or sources to learn topics etc..
Its probably best to read some sort of psychology popular science book rather than a textbook. I can recommend:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Human-Mi...the+human+mind
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Time-Warped-...laudia+hammond
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Social-Anima...Animal+aronson (way overpriced for a normal book however!)
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ok its the last day of school at gcse level yay and now in the holidays i want to get a head start but don't know where to begin, any good revision guides or sources to learn topics etc..
Hi OP
I recently sat both my AS Psychology Exams and I remember being in the same position as you, wondering what I could do to understand the nature of the course before I start it. Sometimes it's best to learn at the same time of your peers in September when you start the course but to be a head above the rest you could check out this website (www.loopa.co.uk). I couldn't have gotten through the exam without the advice and guidance on this website. This website is also good for introducing the course, assuming your with AQA. (www.psychology4a.com)
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www.holah.co.uk

^^ great site to read up on core studies. Core studies may vary depending on the examination board (AQA or OCR) but Milgram will definitely be in both !

Good luck with your studies !
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