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Welcome to Curriculum links!

 

So what's your brain like? Is it soft and squashy, or hard and rubbery? … and is it really made of grey matter? Can science help us understand love, sex and relationships?

 

This interactive website will give you and your students all the answers. Closely linked to the main exam boards schemes of work, topics covered include cognitive psychology, physiological psychology, social psychology and individual differences. You can explore your brain, take part in real-life experiments and test yourself on the site's games, illusions and brain-benders! You can also find out about cutting edge brain research in Bristol and around the UK. Follow these links to see for yourself.

 

AQA

 

GCSE

Social psychology

Speaking without words
Body Talk
Reading faces

 

Research methods

Real life experiments

Senses vote

Latest brain research

Fertility vote

Fertility survey

Our newest survey

News from the University

Born good at maths

 

Cognitive psychology

Optical illusions

Good eyewitness

 

Sex and gender

Men vs. women

 

Memory

Your memory section

 

A2/AS Level Specification A

Research methods

Real life experiments

Senses vote

Latest brain research

Fertility vote

Fertility survey

Our newest survey

News from the University

Born good at maths

 

Social psychology

Stem Cells

Ethics

Fertility vote

 

Cognitive psychology

Optical illusions

Your memory section

Good eyewitness

 

Physiological psychology

Your Brain…

Brain quiz

Brain Waves

Test your body

 

AS/A2 Level Specification B

Social cognition

Speaking without words

Body Talk

Reading faces

 

Research methods

Real life experiments

Senses vote

Latest brain research

Fertility vote

Fertility survey

Our newest survey

News from the University

Born good at maths

 

Cognitive psychology

Optical illusions

Good eyewitness

 

Remembering and forgetting

Your memory section

 

Physiological psychology

Your Brain…

Brain quiz

 

Psychology and gender

Men vs. women

 

 

OCR

 

GCSE

Themes and processes

Real life experiments

Senses vote

Latest brain research

Fertility vote

Fertility survey

Our newest survey

News from the University

Born good at maths

 

Cognitive psychology

Optical illusions

Good eyewitness

Your memory section

 

A2/AS Level

Social Psychology

Speaking without words

Body Talk

Reading faces

 

Psychology and organisations

Speaking without words

Body Talk

Reading faces

 

Themes - ethics

Stem Cells

Fertility vote

Ethics

 

Physiological psychology

Your Brain…

Brain quiz

 

Cognitive psychology eyewitness testimony

Good eyewitness

 

Psychology and crime - eye witness testimony

Good eyewitness

 

 

Edexcel

 

A2/AS Level

Cognitive psychology

Real life experiments

Senses vote

Latest brain research

Fertility vote

Fertility survey

Our newest survey

News from the University

Born good at maths

 

Data gathering

Stem Cells

Fertility vote

Ethics

 

Physiological approach

Your Brain…

Brain quiz

 

Criminal psychology

Good eyewitness

 


 

 

Teachers' top resources

 

Here are the top ten resources on this website as voted by psychology teachers. Follow the links and try them for yourself.

 

1. Are you a good eyewitness?
2. Optical illusions
3. Memory games
4. Your brain
5. What's the capital of…?
6. Stem cells
7. Fertility survey
8. Ethics
9. Speaking without words
10. Body talk