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A resource to reflect the June 2017 Study Design update, which deleted some content. In an already crowded curriculum you need to be able to clearly identify what is examinable.
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Updated to reflect the June 2017 VCE Psychology Study Design update.
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A new layout with additional questions and content, designed to ensure every student can experience success.
Jacaranda's Psychology VCE series
The Jacaranda Psychology VCE series is available in a print with digital or digital-only format to allow teachers to teach their class, their way.
|Psychology VCE Units 1 and 2 8e|
|Introduction and Research Methods|
|Chapter 1: Introduction to psychology||Chapter 2: Research methods in psychology|
|Unit 1: How are behaviour and mental processes shaped?||Unit 2: How is wellbeing developed and maintained?|
|Chapter 3: Role of the brain in mental processes and behaviour||Chapter 7: Sensation and perception|
|Chapter 4: Brain plasticity and brain damage||Chapter 8: Distortions of perception|
|Chapter 5: The complexity of psychological development||Chapter 9: Social cognition|
|Chapter 6: Atypical psychological development||Chapter 10: Social influences on behaviour|
|Psychology VCE Units 3 and 4 7e|
|Unit 3: How does experience affect behaviour and mental processes?||Unit 4: How is wellbeing developed and maintained?|
|Research Unit: Psychology – Research Methods||Chapter 8: Nature of consciousness|
|Chapter 1: Research methods in psychology||Chapter 9: Sleep|
|Chapter 2: Nervous system functioning||Chapter 10: Sleep disturbances|
|Chapter 3: Stress as a psychobiological process||Chapter 11: Mental health|
|Chapter 4: Neural basis of learning and memory||Chapter 12: Mental disorder|
|Chapter 5: Models to explain learning||Chapter 13: Specific phobia|
|Chapter 6: Process of memory||Chapter 14: Maintenance of mental health|
|Chapter 7: Reliability of memory|
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