How much of the Psychology A-level is to do with mental health?Watch this thread
On paper 2 you do this unit called biopsychology which can link into bits of mental health (i.e. faulty brain structures can disrupt normal biological functioning), but it's not really specifically about mental health, but you can tie in examples to support.
For paper 3, your school/college actually get a choice and can select 3 of the topics, so the extent to which it is to do with mental depends on your teacher - for example, i do schizophrenia for one of my units, which ties into psychopathology nicely, but I think there's options to do eating behaviour and lots of other interesting stuff as well.
So yeah, there's a good chunk about mental health, but it's mainly research methods tbh, which can be quite boring and monotonous.
This is for AQA btw.
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Does this A-level combination seem okay? Are the subjects relatively easy?
Philosophy, History and Psychology.