Monthly Archives: October 2011

Homework blog update

Hi all, Just a quick note to inform you that the homework blog has changed slightly. On the right hand side of the Psychology homepage is the twitter feed, this is straight from twitter now and so there is no … Continue reading

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Gender Development

The BBC have done another amazingly helpful and interesting documentary! This one is relevant to Unit 2: Biological Approach. Mr Hill is working on getting a copy, but in the meantime it is definately worth a watch whilst it’s still … Continue reading

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Social Identity Theory is the best explanation of the London Riots

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/2011/08/16/pseudoscience-and-the-london-riots-folk-psychology-run-amok/  – Click here for the full article at the Scientific American Pseudoscience and the London Riots: Folk Psychology Run Amok By Taylor Burns | August 16, 2011 | 6 The past week has been a case study of the miscommunication of science. “There is … Continue reading

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