A2 Psychology Research Methods

A2 Psychology Research Methods

A teaching resource provided by VICTORIA BROWN.

Resource Description

Six lessons that cover the required research methods for Year 13 students. PPTS and worksheets included.

Resource Files

There are 12 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
A2 Research Methods Overview.doc
Microsoft Word 27KB
Research MethodsL2.ppt
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Microsoft Powerpoint 1.5MB
Research MethodsL3.doc
Microsoft Word 46KB
Research MethodsL4.ppt
Microsoft Powerpoint 1.5MB
Research MethodsL5.ppt
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Microsoft Powerpoint 543KB
Research+MethodsL1.ppt
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Microsoft Powerpoint 185KB
ResearchMethodsHwkL6.doc
Microsoft Word 28KB
ResearchMethodsL1a.doc
Microsoft Word 26KB
ResearchMethodsL2.doc
Microsoft Word 42KB
ResearchMethodsL3.ppt
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Microsoft Powerpoint 296KB
ResearchMethodsL6.ppt
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Microsoft Powerpoint 488KB
ResearhMethodsL4,5,6.doc
Microsoft Word 58KB

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