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IB Psychology DP1: 2011/2012 Instructor: Emma Lindström A brief course outline: HL + SL An introduction to research in Psychology What is psychology? Understanding the research process. Research in psychology: experimental methods Non-experimental methods: qualitative research. Biological level of analysis Biological level of analysis: physiology and behaviour Biological level of analysis: genetics and behaviour (An integrative look at criminal behaviour) Cognitive level of analysis Cognitive level of analysis: cognitive processes Cognitive level of analysis: cognition and emotion (An integrative look at happiness) Sociocultural level of analysis Sociocultural level of analysis: sociocultural cognition Sociocultural level of analysis: social and cultural norms (An integrative approach to prejudice and discrimination) The IB Psychology Curriculum asks that students do the following: Levels of analyses Options Research SL Biological One of the two Internal Assessment: a Cognitive options that we do in simple replication of a Sociocultural depth published study HL Biological Two options Internal assessment: Cognitive replication of a Sociocultural published study or make modifications to the original study + Paper III which is devoted to qualitative research methods. Assessment: The IB Psychology exams are an essay-based assessment. Therefore, we will be doing a lot of writing this year (and reading). I check my email regularly and promise to answer questions or concerns that you may have. The easiest way to contact me is by email: email@example.com. Check my blog: www.mslindstrom.wordpress.com for material, information, old exam questions, EE and IA.
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