AP Psychology Online Single Semester

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$250.00
SKU: 3973

AP Psychology provides an overview of current psychological research methods and theories. Students will explore the therapies used by professional counselors and clinical psychologists and examine the reasons for normal human reactions: how people learn and think, the process of human development and human aggression, altruism, intimacy, and self-reflection. They’ll study core psychological concepts, such as the brain and sense functions, and learn to gauge human reactions, gather information, and form meaningful syntheses. Along the way, students will also investigate relevant concepts like study skills and information retention. The equivalent of a 100 level college survey course, AP Psychology prepares students for the AP Exam and for further studies in psychology and life sciences.

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Recommended Prerequisite: Biology

Unit 1: History and Perspectives of Psychology

Lesson 1: History and Perspectives of Psychology

Lesson 2: Research Methods

Lesson 3: Basic Statistics

Lesson 4: History and Perspectives of Psychology Wrap-Up

Unit 2: Perception and Consciousness

Lesson 1: The Nervous and Endocrine Systems

Lesson 2: Genetic Influences

Lesson 3: Sensation and Perception

Lesson 4: Consciousness

Lesson 5: Perception and Consciousness Wrap-Up

Unit 3: Thinking and Feeling

Lesson 1: Classical and Operant Conditioning

Lesson 2: Cognitive and Social Approaches to Learning

Lesson 3: Memory

Lesson 4: Cognition Problem Solving and Creativity

Lesson 5: Language

Lesson 6: Motivation and Emotions

Lesson 7: Stress Health and Coping

Lesson 8: Thinking and Feeling Wrap-Up

Unit 4: Development Testing and Individual Differences

Lesson 1: Studying Child Development

Lesson 2: Major Theories of Human Development

Lesson 3: Personality

Lesson 4: Testing and Individual Differences

Lesson 5: Developmental Testing and Individual Differences Wrap-Up

Unit 5: Abnormal Psychology and Social Psychology

Lesson 1: Abnormal Psychology

Lesson 2: Treatments

Lesson 3: Attitudes and Social-Cognitive Theories

Lesson 4: Groups and Intergroup Relations

Lesson 5: Abnormal Psychology and Social Psychology Wrap-Up

Unit 6: Course Review and Course Exam

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