From the start of research methods to the final exam, VCE Psych is pretty interesting. With a lot of content applicable to everyday life, it's a great scientific subject. But the nature of content alone doesn't mean that Psychology is easy. To the contrary, there's a lot of information you need to know, some of the content is pretty complicated, and the exam can be brutal (hello, extended response!).
So, for those reasons, we want to make Psych a little easier for you. How? With these free VCE Psychology videos, of course!
Our Psychology tutor, Tim, has focused on ten areas of the Psych course he thinks will help to maximise your marks.
- Video 1: Top Study Tips For VCE Psychology
- Video 2: Neurons and Nervous System
- Video 3: Stress - Selye's GAS
- Video 4: Classical Conditioning
- Video 5: Models of Memory
- Video 6: Consciousness
- Video 7: Sleep - Circadian and Ultradian Rhythms
- Video 8: Mental Health Risk Factors
- Video 9: Specific Phobia - A Summary
- Video 10: The Exam and How to Study
Good old Tim. What can we say about this man? With a 98+ ATAR, including a 48 raw in Psych, it's fair to say that Tim did pretty through VCE. After a stint studying Journalism, he transferred into a Science/Education degree at Monash University, where he continues to study Psychology. At the same time, he's the Head Psychology Tutor at TuteSmart - neat! A true Western Bulldogs supporter, please excuse Tim if ever he seems distracted - he's probably still dreaming about their 2016 premiership.
- Free VCE notes and lecture slides: https://atarnotes.com/notes/?pag=1&state=3720&subject=4825&unit=3727&key=&sort=date
- More Psych resources and Q&A: https://atarnotes.com/forum/index.php?topic=159412.msg813405#msg813405
- Other VCE videos: https://atarnotes.com/videos/vce-videos/
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