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Specification at a glance

  • 3.1 Introductory topics in Psychology
  • 3.2 Psychology in context
  • 4.1 Introductory topics in Psychology
  • 4.2 Psychology in context
  • 4.3 Issues and options in Psychology
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  • General administration
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AS and A-level Specification at a glance

These qualifications are linear. Linear means that students will sit all the AS exams at the end of their AS course and all the A-level exams at the end of their A-level course.

Subject content

  • 1 Social influence
  • 3 Attachment
  • 4 Approaches in Psychology
  • 5 Psychopathology
  • 6 Research methods

Assessments

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  • 4 Psychopathology
  • 5 Approaches in Psychology
  • 6 Biopsychology
  • 7 Research methods
  • 8 Issues and debates in Psychology
  • 9 Relationships
  • 11 Cognition and development
  • 12 Schizophrenia
  • 13 Eating behaviour
  • 15 Aggression
  • 16 Forensic Psychology
  • 17 Addiction

Psychology A Level

The AQA psychology A level assessment consists of 3 exam papers (2 for AS). These are:

Introductory topics

Psychology in context, issues and options in psychology.

Note: AS level topics are in bold , whereas A level topics are not. The entire issues and options in psychology module is for A level only, not AS.

a level psychology introductory topics

Social influence

  • Identification
  • Internalisation
  • Solomon Asch: Conformity experiments
  • Other variables
  • Informational social influence
  • Normative social influence
  • Philip Zimbardo: Prison study
  • Stanley Milgram: Obedience experiments
  • Agentic state
  • Legitimacy of authority
  • Dispositional explanation of obedience
  • Social support
  • Locus of control
  • Other explanations
  • Consistency and  commitment
  • Flexibility
  • Sensory register
  • Short-term memory
  • Long-term memory
  • Central executive
  • Phonological loop
  • Visuo-spatial sketchpad
  • Episodic buffer
  • Interference
  • Absence of cues
  • Misleading information
  • The cognitive interview
  • Reciprocity
  • Interactional synchrony 
  • Pre-attachment
  • Indiscriminate attachment
  • Specific attachment
  • Multiple attachments
  • The role of the father
  • Konrad Lorenz: Imprinting
  • Harry Harlow: Food vs. comfort
  • Learning theory
  • Critical period
  • Internal working model
  • Insecure-avoidant
  • Insecure-resistant
  • Van Ijzendoorn: Cultural variations in attachment
  • John Bowlby: Maternal deprivation
  • Romanian orphan studies
  • The influence of early attachment in later life

Psychopathology

  • Deviation from social norms
  • Failure to function adequately
  • Statistical infrequency
  • Deviation from ideal mental health
  • Characteristics of phobias
  • The two-process model
  • Systematic desensitisation
  • Characteristics of depression
  • Beck’s negative triad
  • Ellis’ ABC model
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Characteristics of OCD
  • Genetic explanations
  • Neural explanations
  • Biological treatment of OCD

a level psychology in context

Approaches in psychology

  • Wilhelm Wundt: Introspection
  • The emergence of psychology as a science
  • Ivan Pavlov: Classical conditioning
  • B.F. Skinner: Operant conditioning
  • Albert Bandura: Bobo the doll experiment
  • Mediating processes
  • Theoretical models
  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Genotype and p henotype
  • Twin studies
  • Biological structures
  • Neurochemistry
  • The role of the unconscious
  • Structure of personality (id, ego, superego)
  • Defence mechanisms
  • Psychosexual stages
  • Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  • Conditions of worth
  • Congruence between self-image and ideal self
  • Counselling psychology

Biopsychology

  • Spinal cord
  • Sympathetic
  • Parasympathetic
  • Synaptic transmission
  • Adrenaline (fight or flight)
  • Split-brain patients
  • Motor cortex
  • Somatosensory cortex
  • Visual cortex
  • Auditory cortex
  • Broca’s area
  • Wernicke’s area
  • Functional recovery after trauma
  • Electroencephalogram and ERPs
  • Post-mortem

Research methods

  • Independent groups, repeated measures, matched pairs
  • Laboratory vs. field experiment
  • Natural and quasi experiments
  • Behavioural categories
  • Event and time sampling
  • Naturalistic vs. controlled
  • Covert vs. overt
  • Participant vs. non-participant
  • Questionnaires
  • Case studies
  • Sampling (population, sampling methods, etc.)
  • Variables (independent, extraneous, etc.)
  • Pilot study
  • Features of report (abstract, introduction, method, results, etc.)
  • Peer review
  • Reliability
  • Control of extraneous variables (demand characteristics etc.)
  • Implications of psychological research for the economy
  • Features of science (o bjectivity, r eplicability, f alsifiability)
  • Quantitative vs. qualitative
  • Meta-analysis
  • Measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode)
  • Measures of dispersion (range, standard deviation)
  • Percentages and percentage change
  • Normal and skewed distributions
  • Correlation
  • Presentation of data (graphs, charts, tables, etc.)
  • Probability and significance

a level issues and options psychology

Issues and debates in psychology

  • Gender bias
  • Cultural bias
  • Socially sensitive research
  • Hard vs. soft determinism
  • Biological determinism
  • Environmental determinism
  • Psychic determinism
  • Nature (heredity)
  • Nurture (environment)
  • Interactionism
  • Reductionism
  • Nomothetic approach
  • Idiographic approach

Relationships

  • Human reproductive behaviour
  • Self-disclosure
  • Physical attractiveness
  • Filter theory
  • Social exchange theory
  • Equity theory
  • Rusbult’s investment model
  • Duck’s phase model of relationship breakdown
  • Self-disclosure in virtual relationships
  • Absence of gating
  • Absorption-addiction model
  • Attachment theory explanation
  • Sex-role stereotypes
  • Bem sex-role inventory
  • Klinefelter’s syndrome
  • Turner’s syndrome
  • Testosterone
  • Kohlberg’s theory of gender constancy
  • Gender schema theory
  • Oedipus complex
  • Electra complex
  • The role of the media
  • The role of culture
  • Biological explanations of gender dysphoria
  • Social explanations of gender dysphoria

Cognition and development

  • Equilibrium
  • Disequilibrium
  • Sensorimotor
  • Pre-operational
  • Concrete operational
  • Formal operational
  • Zone of proximal development
  • Scaffolding
  • Innate/early physical understanding
  • Violation of expectation research
  • Selman’s levels of perspective-taking
  • Sally-Anne study
  • Explanation of autism
  • Mirror neurons

Schizophrenia

  • Hallucinations
  • Speech poverty
  • Reliability of schizophrenia diagnosis
  • Validity of schizophrenia diagnosis
  • Genetic explanations of schizophrenia
  • Neural correlates
  • The dopamine hypothesis
  • Biological treatments: Drug therapy
  • Family dysfunction
  • Cognitive explanations of schizophrenia
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Token economies
  • Diathesis-stress model
  • Interactionist treatments

Eating behaviour

  • Taste aversion
  • Social influences
  • Cultural influences
  • Neural: Hypothalamus
  • Genetic explanations of anorexia
  • Neural explanations of anorexia
  • Family systems theory
  • Social learning theory
  • Cognitive explanations
  • Genetic explanations of obesity
  • Neural explanations of obesity
  • Boundary model
  • Restraint theory
  • Explanations of the success and failure of dieting
  • General adaptation syndrome
  • The sympathomedullary pathway
  • Immunosuppression
  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Life changes
  • Daily hassles
  • Workplace stress
  • Social readjustment ratings scale
  • Hassles and uplifts scale
  • Physiological measures (skin conductance)
  • Personality types (A, B, and C)
  • Gender differences in coping with stress
  • Drug therapy
  • Stress inoculation therapy
  • Biofeedback
  • Limbic system
  • Hormones: Testosterone
  • The MAOA gene
  • Innate releasing mechanisms
  • Fixed action patterns
  • Evolutionary explanations of aggression
  • Frustration-aggression hypothesis
  • De-individuation
  • Dispositional explanations of institutional aggression
  • Situational explanations of institutional aggression
  • Desensitisation
  • Disinhibition
  • Cognitive priming

Forensic psychology

  • Organised offender profile
  • Disorganised offender profile
  • Investigative psychology
  • Geographical profiling
  • Atavistic form
  • Eysenck’s theory of criminal personality
  • Level of moral reasoning
  • Hostile attribution bias
  • Minimalisation
  • Differential association theory
  • Psychodynamic explanations
  • Custodial sentencing
  • Behaviour modification
  • Anger management
  • Restorative justice
  • Physical and psychological dependence
  • Withdrawal syndrome
  • Genetic vulnerability
  • Personality
  • Family influence
  • Peer influence
  • Neurochemical explanations of nicotine addiction
  • Learning theory explanations of nicotine addiction
  • Learning theory explanations of gambling addiction
  • Cognitive explanations of gambling addiction
  • Aversion therapy
  • Covert sensitisation
  • Application of the planned behaviour theory
  • Application of Prochaska’s six-stage model

A-level Sociology (AQA) Revision Notes

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Revision guide for AQA A-Level (7192) and AS-Level Sociology (7191), including straightforward study notes, independent study booklets, and past paper questions and answers. Fully updated for the summer 2021 term.

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Paper 1: Education with Methods in Context

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  • Study Booklet Part 3
  • Complete Revision Notes
  • Short Questions and Answers
  • the role and functions of the education system, including its relationship to the economy and to class structure
  • differential educational achievement of social groups by social class, gender and ethnicity in contemporary society
  • relationships and processes within schools, with particular reference to teacher/pupil relationships, pupil identities and subcultures, the hidden curriculum, and the organisation of teaching and learning
  • the significance of educational policies, including policies of selection, marketisation and privatisation, and policies to achieve greater equality of opportunity or outcome, for an understanding of the structure, role, impact and experience of and access to education; the impact of globalisation on educational policy.

Methods in Context

  • Students must be able to apply sociological research methods to the study of education.

Paper 2: Research Methods and Topics in Sociology

Research methods, topic 2: families and households, topic 5: beliefs in society, topic 6: global development.

  • Revision Notes
  • Knowledge Organiser
  • quantitative and qualitative methods of research; research design
  • sources of data, including questionnaires, interviews, participant and non-participant observation, experiments, documents and official statistics
  • the distinction between primary and secondary data, and between quantitative and qualitative data
  • the relationship between positivism, interpretivism and sociological methods; the nature of ‘social facts’
  • the theoretical, practical and ethical considerations influencing choice of topic, choice of method(s) and the conduct of research
  • the relationship of the family to the social structure and social change, with particular reference to the economy and to state policies
  • changing patterns of marriage, cohabitation, separation, divorce, childbearing and the life course, including the sociology of personal life, and the diversity of contemporary family and household structures
  • gender roles, domestic labour and power relationships within the family in contemporary society
  • the nature of childhood, and changes in the status of children in the family and society
  • demographic trends in the United Kingdom since 1900: birth rates, death rates, family size, life expectancy, ageing population, and migration and globalisation
  • ideology, science and religion, including both Christian and non-Christian religious traditions
  • the relationship between social change and social stability, and religious beliefs, practices and organisations
  • religious organisations, including cults, sects, denominations, churches and New Age movements, and their relationship to religious and spiritual belief and practice
  • the relationship between different social groups and religious/spiritual organisations and movements, beliefs and practices
  • the significance of religion and religiosity in the contemporary world, including the nature and extent of secularisation in a global context, and globalisation and the spread of religions
  • development, underdevelopment and global inequality
  • globalisation and its influence on the cultural, political and economic relationships between societies
  • the role of transnational corporations, non-governmental organisations and international agencies in local and global strategies for development
  • development in relation to aid and trade, industrialisation, urbanisation, the environment, and war and conflict
  • employment, education, health, demographic change and gender as aspects of development

Paper 3: Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods

Crime and deviance.

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  • Example Essays

Theory and Methods

  • Independent Study Booklet Part 1
  • Independent Study Booklet Part 2
  • Methods Flash Cards
  • Theory Flash Cards
  • crime, deviance, social order and social control
  • the social distribution of crime and deviance by ethnicity, gender and social class, including recent patterns and trends in crime
  • globalisation and crime in contemporary society; the media and crime; green crime; human rights and state crimes
  • crime control, surveillance, prevention and punishment, victims, and the role of the criminal justice system and other agencies
  • consensus, conflict, structural and social action theories
  • the concepts of modernity and post-modernity in relation to sociological theory
  • the nature of science and the extent to which Sociology can be regarded as scientific
  • the relationship between theory and methods
  • debates about subjectivity, objectivity and val
  • the relationship between Sociology and social policy

Frequently Asked Questions

What is ao3 in sociology a-level.

AO3 is an assessment objective for analysing and evaluating sociological theories, concepts, evidence and research methods in order to present arguments, make judgements and reach conclusions.

Examples of AO3 points include:

  • Evaluate from other PERSPECTIVES – What would other perspectives say about the theory / concept? Is there a counter-argument?
  • Evaluate – HISTORICAL CRITICISM – Is the theory/ concept dated? When was the concept developed? Is it still relevant today, or has society changed so much that it is no longer relevant? Has society changed in such a way that some aspects of the theory are now more relevant?
  • Evalaute – POWER/ BIAS/ VALUE FREEDOM? Who developed the concept/ theory – whose interests does it serve? For example, “x” theor is ethnocentric because….

What is the fastest way to revise sociology?

There is no great mystery about how to study for sociology A-level. Many students, although they’re not naturally that ‘academic’ still score A and A* grades through sheer hard work, focus and determination.

Before you start you need to satisfy yourself that you have good syllabus notes to work from. Although most textbooks are fine in places they have a tendency to either not give enough detail on certain topics or give too much information (which can be just as bad).

As long as you have great syllabus notes and lots of past paper questions the rest is really up to you. If you want to score an A* or A grade you need to act like someone who’s going to score these grades.

You are competing against people who are going to put in a hell of a lot of hard work so you need to work as hard as or harder than them. And you need to think about what hard work really is.

What are the most effective ways of revising subject knowledge?

  • Ask “How” and “Why” questions  when revising and try to connect ideas (this method is called “elaboration”)
  • No cramming . Distribute your revision over time and use a spaced system of repetition
  • Switch topics regularly  when revising (this is called “ interleaving ” and it will help you to identify connections between different topics)
  • Words and visuals . Combine words and visual representations to create two ways of remembering key ideas (this is called “dual coding”)
  • Teachers! Students! Please get in touch if you have any A-level sociology notes you would like to share. We would really like to cover all 8 topics for paper 2.
  • Please contact us via email [email protected] .

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