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Psychology for Cambridge International AS and A Level: For the 9698 syllabus

Develop essential research and assessment skills

Author Craig Roberts

Suitable for:  Cambridge AS & A Level learners, aged 16-18

Price:  £42.99 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-830706-8
Publication date: 25/09/2014
Pack: 296 pages

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Written by an examiner, this comprehensive resource is mapped to the Cambridge International AS and A Level in Psychology 9698 syllabus. It includes focused practice to build students' confidence. Challenging activities stretch top achievers, while building advanced research and thinking skills to prepare them for higher level study.


  • Comprehensive coverage for the Cambridge AS & A level Psychology 9698 syllabus
  • Focus on the development of essential higher order research skills, with a student-centred approach to learning
  • Thoroughly prepare for assessment with exam-style practice questions, plus supportive hints and tips from examiners
  • Support a range of learning styles with 'Ask yourself' and 'Test yourself' questions that ensure every student gets the practice they need for assessment confidence
  • Stretch your high achievers with 'Challenge yourself' questions that prepare students for achieving their best at Cambridge A Level, and builds their confidence for higher level study

This page was last updated on 13 April 2021 at 04:30 GMT


  • I am so delighted to have the copy of Psychology for Cambridge International AS & A Level. I was so relieved while exploring the content of the book: the material is precise and to the point, it has everything in it to support the Cambridge syllabus. - Najm Ul Sehr, Psychology teacher, St. Mary's Academy, Pakistan
  • I am impressed with the content, structure and display. I like the way evaluations have been generated at the end of each study with suggestions for other evaluative issues. This is useful as 'evaluation' is a skill my students struggle with. I use the book to aid my teaching. It is also excellent as it takes them through the two years of A Level study all in one book. The book will be of great benefit for my students. - Psychology Teacher and Paula Russell, Head of Sixth Form, Tenby International School, Malaysia
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Table of Contents

1: How psychologists research
2: Issues and debates within psychological research
3: Cognitive Psychology
4: Social Psychology
5: Developmental Psychology
6: Physiological Psychology

7: The psychology of individual differences
8: Psychology and Education
9: Psychology and Health
10: Psychology and Environment
11: Psychology and models of abnormality
12: Psychology and Organisations