60 Second Psychology 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 2.1 • 10 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



60 Second Psychology: a super-concise set of psychology A level notes.

60 Second Psychology contains short sets of concise notes that summarise the key points in A level psychology topics.

Ideal for on-the-go learning, and revision of key points and terms.

The notes cover: facts and theories, evidence and evaluation, and definitions of key terms.

Learn and revise using the notes on: Memory, attachment, research methods, research design, social influence, stress, explaining mental disorders, treating mental disorders, approaches to psychology, analysing and presenting data and ethics, inferential statistics.

Download the 60 Second Psychology app now for free notes on social influence.

60 Second Psychology notes enable you to:

LEARN QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY: Read the 60 Second notes to learn, improve, and revise your knowledge of key facts, theories, evidence, evaluation, and key terms.

TAILOR YOUR LEARNING: Start with any topic depending on what you need to learn or revise first.

TEST YOURSELF: Test your knowledge of the notes in 60 Second Psychology using the companion Psych Revise app.

UNLOCK MORE LEARNING: Through in-app purchasing, access notes on memory, attachment, research methods, stress, explaining mental disorders, treating mental disorders, approaches to psychology, research design, analysing and presenting data and ethics, and inferential statistics.

Examples of topics included:
Memory: The multi-store and working memory models, forgetting, levels of processing, eyewitness testimony, the cognitive interview.

Attachment: Types and theories of attachment, the Strange Situation, disrupting attachment, cultural variations, day care.

Research methods: Experiments, case studies, observations, correlation, interviews and questionnaires.

Social influence: Conformity, obedience, refusing to obey/conform, Milgram’s studies.

Stress: What stress is, body’s response to stress, stress and illness, sources and causes of stress, coping with stress, measuring stress, personal factors, managing stress.

Explaining mental disorders: Schizophrenia, depression, phobic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders.
Treating mental disorders: Cognitive therapies, biological therapies, psychodynamic therapies, behavioural therapies, humanistic and social therapies.

Approaches to psychology: Biological, behavioural, cognitive, psychodynamic, humanistic, social, comparing approaches.
Research design: Sampling, aims, hypotheses, operationalisation, experimental design, independent and dependent variables, extraneous variables.

Data and ethics: Content analysis, measures of central tendency and dispersion, correlational analysis, bar charts, histograms, ethical research.

Inferential statistics: Probability and significance, type 1 and 2 errors, levels of data, choosing and interpreting statistical tests, Chi-squared test, Spearman’s correlation, sign test, Mann-Whitney U-test, Wilcoxon’s test, Pearson’s correlation, t-tests.

All notes are written by a qualified psychologist experienced in psychology teaching and research.

Download the app now to improve your knowledge. Good luck with your learning!

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

All pages now iPhone X compatible.
General improvements and fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

KrkzbjsnBsjs ,

Needs better instructions

The app provides detailed information on topics, however, the only section available is social influences and the rest of the topics say get 11, 12, 7, etc sets of notes, but it doesn’t say anywhere how you get the sets of notes, when you go into social influences and you read the notes and finish it, nothing happens, which then either forces you to pay to u lock the rest since they don’t tell you how to get sets of notes, or just delete the app. Hopefully there will be an inquiry into this and someone will be able to explain, it really does ruin the app.

Lottie 231 ,

Really good app

The paid version of this app is amazing gives you clear and concise notes for all the topics covered in a-level. I have found it so useful for end of topic tests and I'm sure it will work just as well for my real exams. The only downsides would be that it's not updated for the new spec and some of the pages you can not read it all as the text goes off of the screen and my text size is quite small too. Apart from this it is a really good app that I would definitely recommend getting!

NathaniaR ,

Waste of money!!

Currently a very stressed student writing this review a night before this exam willing to pay in order to get notes. I bought the “approaches” pack which literally just includes basic information that could be obtained from google in an awful swipe layout. I thought this would unlock all the packs which is doesn’t which means the assumption pack can only contain very basic information which NEEDS to be linked to research examples. Absolute waste of money!!!!

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