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VCE Psychology Unit 1
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What is Psychology?

Psychology focuses on the interrelationship between learning, the brain and it’s response to experiences and behavior. The overall quality of the functioning of the brain depends on experience and it’s plasticity means that different kinds of experience change and configure to the brain in different ways. 


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Pro and Anti- Social Behaviour

A mind map that explores the concepts behind the social behaviours presented in everyday life. 



Theories & Perceptions:

Theories from Wilhem Wundt, William James, Sigmund Freud, John B Watson and Carl Rogers. The in depth contemporary perspectives that are biological, behavioural, cognitive, social and electic. 

Research Methods:

The steps of conducting a method of research, independent vs dependent variables, ethics and proffessional conduct, etc. 

Visual Perception System:

The characterics of an exquisite system.

Lifespan Development:

Each of the stages in depth. 

Mentall Illness:

Defining mental illness and the different conditions. 


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