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It’s been a while since I’ve posted any Psychology Learning Tables (Knowledge Organisers by any other name) so I thought I’d make a start on the backlog I’ve collected so far (if you want to see the previous Tables you can find them here).

If you’re unfamiliar with the format, Learning Tables are used to summarise a section of the course onto a single sheet of A4 (although some Tables do take minor liberties with this basic format). While the general focus is, as the name suggests, “knowledge” many of these tables interpret this quite widely to include examples, applications and evaluation.

Which, as far as I can see, is Quite A Good Thing.

If you’re not as convinced – or you want to edit the information contained in each Table to your own particular teaching and learning preference – I’ve left the Tables in Word format for your editing pleasure.

Slavishly following the precedent I foolishly set for myself, this next batch of Tables are in no particular order other than alphabetical:

1. Bowlby’s Maternal Deprivation Theory
2. Bowlby’s Evolutionary Theory of Attachment
3. Cognitive explanations
4. Cognitive Interview: Improving the Accuracy of EWT
5. Cognitive Theory: Psychological explanations for anorexia nervosa
6. Cognitive Approach to Explaining Depression
7. Cognitive Approach to Treating Depression
8. Conformity to Social roles: Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment
9. Core Study Watson and Rayner (1920)
10. Core Study Haber and Levin (2001)
11. Core Study Piaget’s (1952) Conservation of Number Experiment
12. Core Study NVC – Yuki et al (2007)
13. Core Study The Self – Van Houtte and Jarvis (1995)
14. Core Study Nature-Nurture – Mednick et al (1984)

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