AS Level AICE Psychology

  • Grade Levels: 10-12

    Students enrolled in this course develop their appreciation of psychology by exploring the ways in which it is conducted. As part of their studies, learners also review important research; this provides an insight into the ways in which psychology has been applied, thereby leading to a better understanding of key approaches, research methods and issues and debates. 

    The core studies of this class illustrate a wide range of research methods used in psychology, such as experiments, observations, self-reports and case studies. By exploring the relationship between the content of the study and the research methods, students will gain a broad understanding of how psychologists study experiences and  and why the research took place.