OCR A Level Psychology: AS and Year 1 by Matt JarvisOCR A Level Psychology: AS and Year 1 by Matt Jarvis

OCR A Level Psychology: AS and Year 1

byMatt Jarvis, Julia Russell, Lizzie Gauntlett

Paperback | May 2, 2015

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Written by a team of leading psychology authors and examiners, OCR A Level Psychology: AS and Year 1 Second Edition has been updated to precisely match the new OCR Psychology specifications, covering both AS and the first year of A Level. This Student Book offers thorough preparation forexams, with knowledge covered in the right depth and dedicated exam support, including practice questions and examiner commentaries. There are new sections comparing paired case studies, and a new feature to develop maths skills. Stretch and challenge activities, helpful In brief summaries andweblinks, all within a highly readable page design, help to bring learning and teaching of this fascinating subject to life.The new accompanying OCR A Level Psychology Year 2 Student Book will be available in Autumn 2015.
Matt Jarvis is a chartered psychologist and scientist, an experienced OCR teacher and a former senior examiner who has authored and co-authored 14 books. He is a member of the BPS Psychology Education Board and co-director of the National Science Learning Centre's conversion course for teachers wishing to teach Psychology. Julia Russel...
Title:OCR A Level Psychology: AS and Year 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:328 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.61 inPublished:May 2, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198332750

ISBN - 13:9780198332756


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"[The book] looks really good and interactive. I like the candidate answer part particularly so students can see where others can go wrong. [The book] looks like it is one that I would actually use, really lovely graphics and it looks easy to access for lower ability students as well aspushing the higher ones. Very very good!" --Amanda Clark, Lecturer in Psychology, Andover College