Psychology A level allows students to appreciate the scientific nature of Psychology and to engage in contemporary debates regarding human behaviour, developing an appreciation of the various, sometimes conflicting, approaches to Psychology. Students are required to use their knowledge to explain key issues such as, ‘Are criminals born or made?’
Sociology considers how the society we live in makes an impact on our lives, and how we in return affect our society. It involves looking at human action from a variety of perspectives including Feminism and Marxism. You may find Sociology stimulating of you are interested in social topics such as equality, current affairs and why people behave the way they do.