Psychology blog: Szasz and the Myth of Mental Illness

Psychology, Blog | December 3, 2019
The study of abnormal behaviour has a long and tragic history. People who have a mental disorder were seen as possessed by evil spirits that needed to be driven out by whatever means. A more humane approach developed in the 18th and 19th centuries and mental illness...

The IB Psychology Subject Report – May 2019

Psychology, Blog, Teacher posts | November 1, 2019
Each year, following the May and November examination sessions, the IB publishes a subject report. This report provides the grade boundaries for all components of the course, as well as a review of candidate performance on each examination question. It also provides...

Psychology blog: The need for personal space

Psychology, Blog, Teacher posts | October 29, 2019
Psychologists, especially those taking a sociocultural approach, have investigated social and cultural differences in interpersonal space. Four categories of personal space have been identified: public, social, personal, and intimate. Hall (1966) argues that cultural...

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