Higher Psychology: Tues and Thurs: Earlston High School - Schools Academy


19 Aug 2021


17 Jun 2022

The aim of the Higher Psychology course is to provide a broad overview of the discipline, to develop an understanding of psychological theories, concepts, research studies and methods, terminology and applications. There are three mandatory units, which include: Individual behaviour which provides an understanding of psychological approaches through the study of sleep and stress. It also provides an understanding of research methods and skills, including experimental and non-experimental research methods, research designs and analysis. Finally, social behaviour provides an understanding of prejudice, conformity and obedience.

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Higher Psychology


Part time 36 weeks over 1 academic year at Earlston High School Tuesday/Thursday 1:45 pm to 4:15 pm


Earlston High School

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Entry requirements

2 Higher passes at C or above to include English/Social Science and a Science desirable.Applicants are also required to complete a short written exercise as part of the selection process


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