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The AP® Psychology course introduces students to the systematic and scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. While considering the psychologists and studies that have shaped the field, students explore and apply psychological theories, key concepts, and phenomena associated with such topics as the biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, learning and cognition, motivation, developmental psychology, testing and individual differences, treatments of psychological disorders, and social psychology.

Throughout the course, students employ psychological research methods, including ethical considerations, as they use the scientific method, evaluate claims and evidence, and effectively communicate ideas.

AP® Psychology

STARPREP®에서 제공하는 AP® Psychology 프로그램은 총 2개의 PHASES
(2022-2023 GPA-Boosting Course / 2023 MAY' TEST-PREP Course)으로 나뉘어지며 학생/반의 수준에 따라 진도가 정해집니다.

[학생의 성적/수업 이해도을 고려하는 수업 진행]


for Graders 9-12
(STARPREP® course code: APPSY)


Professor
John Jeong
UC Berkeley, BA 학사졸업, 7년차 경력

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High School AP® Psychology

  • Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater)
  • STARPREP® COURSE CODE : APPSY-01

    ★ AP® Statistics GPA-Boosting Course ★
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Professor
    John Jeong (UC Berkeley, BA 학사졸업, 7년차 경력)
  • Features
  • ★ 2022-2023 AP® Psychology ★

    AP® Psychology GPA-Boosting Course
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Students' Satisfaction : above 95%

    Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
    (In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
  • AP® Psychology
Lecture Dates/Registration Status Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater) Features
Lecture Date
Every Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm
starting from August 7, 2022

Registration Status OPEN Registration Form 등록 신청서
STARPREP® COURSE CODE : APPSY-01

★ AP® Psychology GPA-Boosting Course ★
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Professor
John Jeong (UC Berkeley, BA 학사졸업, 7년차 경력)

★ 2022-2023 AP® Psychology ★

AP® Psychology GPA-Boosting Course
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Students' Satisfaction : above 95%

Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
(In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
AP® Psychology AP® Psychology

Curriculum Guide

High School AP® Psychology

01 Scientific Foundations of Psychology

1-1  Introducing Psychology
1-2  Research Methods in Psychology
1-3  Defining Psychological Science: The Experimental Method
1-4  Selecting a Research Method
1-5  Statistical Analysis in Psychology
1-6  Ethical Guidelines in Psychology

02 Biological Bases of Behavior

2-1  Interaction of Heredity and Environment
2-2  The Endocrine System
2-3  Overview of the Nervous System and the Neuron
2-4  Neural Firing
2-5  Influence of Drugs on Neural Firing
2-6  The Brain
2-7  Tools for Examining Brain Structure and Function
2-8  The Adaptable Brain
2-9  Sleep and Dreaming

03 Sensation and Perception

3-1  Principles of Sensation
3-2  Principles of Perception
3-3  Visual Anatomy
3-4  Visual Perception
3-5  Auditory Sensation and Perception
3-6  Chemical Senses
3-7  Body Senses

04 Learning

4-1  Introduction to Learning
4-2  Classical Conditioning
4-3  Operant Conditioning
4-4  Social and Cognitive Factors in Learning

05 Cognitive Psychology

5-1  Introduction to Memory
5-2  Encoding
5-3  Storing
5-4  Retrieving
5-5  Forgetting and Memory Distortion
5-6  Biological Bases of Memory
5-7  Introduction to Thinking and Problem Solving
5-8  Biases and Errors in Thinking
5-9  Introduction to Intelligence
5-10  Psychometric Principles and Intelligence Testing
5-11  Components of Language and Language Acquisition

06 Developmental Psychology

6-1  The Lifespan and Physical Development in Childhood
6-2  Social Development in Childhood
6-3  Cognitive Development in Childhood
6-4  Adolescent Developmen
6-5  Adulthood and Aging
6-6  Moral Development
6-7  Gender and Sexual Orientation

07 Motivation, Emotion, and Personality

7-1  Theories of Motivation
7-2  Specific Topics in Motivation
7-3  Theories of Emotion
7-4  Stress and Coping
7-5  Introduction to Personality
7-6  Psychoanalytic Theories of Personality
7-7  Behaviorism and Social Cognitive Theories of Personality
7-8  Humanistic Theories of Personality
7-9  Trait Theories of Personality
7-10  Measuring Personality

08 Clinical Psychology

8-1  Introduction to Psychological Disorders
8-2  Psychological Perspectives and Etiology of Disorders
8-3  Neurodevelopmental and Schizophrenic Spectrum Disorders
8-4  Bipolar, Depressive, Anxiety, and Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders
8-5  Trauma- and StressorRelated, Dissociative, and Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders
8-6  Feeding and Eating, Substance and Addictive, and Personality Disorders
8-7  Introduction to Treatment of Psychological Disorders
8-8  Psychological Perspectives and Treatment of Disorders
8-9  Treatment of Disorders from the Biological Perspective
8-10  Evaluating Strengths, Weaknesses, and Empirical Support for Treatments of Disorders

09 Social Psychology

9-1  Attribution Theory and Person Perception
9-2  Attitude Formation and Attitude Change
9-3  Conformity, Compliance, and Obedience
9-4  Group Influences on Behavior and Mental Processes
9-5  Bias, Prejudice, and Discrimination
9-6  Altruism and Aggression
9-7  Interpersonal Attraction

01 Scientific Foundations of Psychology

1-1  Introducing Psychology
1-2  Research Methods in Psychology
1-3  Defining Psychological Science: The Experimental Method
1-4  Selecting a Research Method
1-5  Statistical Analysis in Psychology
1-6  Ethical Guidelines in Psychology

02 Biological Bases of Behavior

2-1  Interaction of Heredity and Environment
2-2  The Endocrine System
2-3  Overview of the Nervous System and the Neuron
2-4  Neural Firing
2-5  Influence of Drugs on Neural Firing
2-6  The Brain
2-7  Tools for Examining Brain Structure and Function
2-8  The Adaptable Brain
2-9  Sleep and Dreaming

03 Sensation and Perception

3-1  Principles of Sensation
3-2  Principles of Perception
3-3  Visual Anatomy
3-4  Visual Perception
3-5  Auditory Sensation and Perception
3-6  Chemical Senses
3-7  Body Senses

04 Learning

4-1  Introduction to Learning
4-2  Classical Conditioning
4-3  Operant Conditioning
4-4  Social and Cognitive Factors in Learning

05 Cognitive Psychology

5-1  Introduction to Memory
5-2  Encoding
5-3  Storing
5-4  Retrieving
5-5  Forgetting and Memory Distortion
5-6  Biological Bases of Memory
5-7  Introduction to Thinking and Problem Solving
5-8  Biases and Errors in Thinking
5-9  Introduction to Intelligence
5-10  Psychometric Principles and Intelligence Testing
5-11  Components of Language and Language Acquisition

06 Developmental Psychology

6-1  The Lifespan and Physical Development in Childhood
6-2  Social Development in Childhood
6-3  Cognitive Development in Childhood
6-4  Adolescent Developmen
6-5  Adulthood and Aging
6-6  Moral Development
6-7  Gender and Sexual Orientation

07 Motivation, Emotion, and Personality

7-1  Theories of Motivation
7-2  Specific Topics in Motivation
7-3  Theories of Emotion
7-4  Stress and Coping
7-5  Introduction to Personality
7-6  Psychoanalytic Theories of Personality
7-7  Behaviorism and Social Cognitive Theories of Personality
7-8  Humanistic Theories of Personality
7-9  Trait Theories of Personality
7-10  Measuring Personality

08 Clinical Psychology

8-1  Introduction to Psychological Disorders
8-2  Psychological Perspectives and Etiology of Disorders
8-3  Neurodevelopmental and Schizophrenic Spectrum Disorders
8-4  Bipolar, Depressive, Anxiety, and Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders
8-5  Trauma- and StressorRelated, Dissociative, and Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders
8-6  Feeding and Eating, Substance and Addictive, and Personality Disorders
8-7  Introduction to Treatment of Psychological Disorders
8-8  Psychological Perspectives and Treatment of Disorders
8-9  Treatment of Disorders from the Biological Perspective
8-10  Evaluating Strengths, Weaknesses, and Empirical Support for Treatments of Disorders

09 Social Psychology

9-1  Attribution Theory and Person Perception
9-2  Attitude Formation and Attitude Change
9-3  Conformity, Compliance, and Obedience
9-4  Group Influences on Behavior and Mental Processes
9-5  Bias, Prejudice, and Discrimination
9-6  Altruism and Aggression
9-7  Interpersonal Attraction


List of Past Real Tests Previously Administered


Preparation for The 2023 MAY AP® Psychology TEST

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Reference Lectures

AP® Psychology

Examining Approaches & Experimental Control Reviewing Our Body’s Two Communication Systems
How Our Mind & Brain Create Reality from Our Senses How We Learn to Associate Stimuli with Responses
How Our Mind Uses Information & How Well It Uses It How We Develop Socially, Cognitively, & Biologically
How Our Motivations, Emotions & Stressors Influence Us How Other People, Even When They’re Not Present, Affect Us