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Free presentation on the multi-store model of memory!

Explain memory stores to your A-level class with our free presentation!

This engaging presentation lays out the principles of multi-store memory with a clickable diagram showing the relationship between sensory, short-term and long-term memory.

Interactive slides focus on the capacity, duration, and encoding of each memory store, as well as providing a comprehensive overview of pertinent case studies. The presentation also covers the different types of coding which occur, including visual, acoustic and semantic.


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Free A-Level psychology presentation on life changes and stress!

Cement your A-Level students’ understanding of daily stressors with our free presentation!

This presentation focuses on the ways in which life changes can lead to stress and stress-related illnesses.

Through an engaging interactive activity, students are encouraged to consider their own stressors. An animated sequence then lays out the theory behind the Social Readjustment Scale and the research conducted by Holmes and Rahe (1967). Students are asked to consider some criticisms of the method and its findings.

Significant studies into hassles and uplifts by Lazurus et al (1981) and DeLongis et al (1982) are also explored. Engaging discussion questions lead to an evaluation of their merits and weaknesses.


Free presentation on Milgram’s obedience experiment!

Make sure your KS5 students know all about Milgram’s investigation into human obedience with our free presentation!

This in-depth case study of Stanley Milgram’s controversial experiment brings to life the topic of obedience to authority. An engaging interactive demonstrates how the experiment was set up and carried out.

Students are encouraged to consider how various alterations to the experiment could have affected the findings. An interactive discussion activity allows your students to express their own opinions regarding its ethical validity.


Free A Level Psychology presentation about memory techniques!

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Make sure your students know all about the methods of remembering information and lists with our free presentation!

Case studies of experiments undertaken by Tulving and Pearlstone (1966) and Deese (1959) provide context and encourage further independent research.

Detailed information is provided about the chunking technique, the method of loci, and the peg-word mnemonic through engaging interactive activities, encouraging your students to try out the techniques for themselves.


Free Psychology presentation on the behavioural approach and treatment!

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Make sure your students know all about the behavioural approach with our free presentation!

This resource details the key principles of classical conditioning and how these are applied in behavioural therapy.

It encourages critical thinking in your students through a discussion activity, and includes a case study of the ‘Little Albert’ experiment.

Why not use the presentation to spark off a debate in your classroom about the advantages and disadvantages of behavioural treatments?

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