Crown House WJEC Psychology

A2 Level

By: Rob Lewis , Nigel Holt , Nicola Taylor , Kirsty White


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Size: 254 x 203mm
Pages : 300
ISBN : 9781845909925
Format: Paperback
Published: July 2017

Edited by Nigel Holt and Rob Lewis, this easy-to-use, visually engaging textbook comprehensively covers everything students need to know for the WJEC A2 level specification and offers a section on exam preparation and revision to aid study.

Features include:

  • Evaluation of key studies, to encourage reflection and critical analysis, aid understanding and give context
  • Explanations of the different psychological approaches and comparisons between them
  • Evaluation of contemporary debates, including their economic, social and ethical implications
  • Detailed exploration of research methods, including experimental design, research methodologies, analysing and reporting data and dealing with ethical issues
  • Colour-coded material for ease of use and checklists to break down everything you need to know for each topic.

Click here to view the related title The Crown House WJEC Psychology AS Level textbook.

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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis is a Senior Lecturer in the Cardiff School of Education at Cardiff Metropolitan University. He has considerable experience and success teaching A level psychology, and for many years was a senior examiner for AQA. In addition to teaching and examining, Rob has been actively involved in A Level specification development and delivering INSET and CPD training for teachers.

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Nigel Holt

Nigel Holt is Head of Psychology at Aberystwyth University. He has taught psychology at GCSE and A level and worked for many years as a senior examiner for AQA. In addition to his ongoing research as a cognitive psychologist, Nigel is an established textbook author and editor of a large number of books for undergraduate students.

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Nicola Taylor

Nicola Taylor is subject leader for social science at Monmouth Comprehensive School. She has extensive experience of teaching AS and A level psychology and has worked as an examiner for over ten years, marking both AS and A2 psychology papers. In addition to being head of a very successful department, she is also a qualified counsellor and hypnotherapist.

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Kirsty White

Kirsty White is a psychology graduate from Cardiff University and is trained to teach in both further and secondary education. She began her teaching career at Monmouth Comprehensive School and has recently returned to further education. She has experience of working with individuals with mental health and personality disorders, and has a keen interest in the fields of clinical and forensic psychology.


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