Psychology Bachelor Year 1

Psychology Bachelor Year 1

Introduction to Psychology

Social Psychology

Social Psychology by R. Smith, M. Mackie, and M. Claypool (fourth edition) - Book Summary

This bundle describes a summary of the book "Social Psychology by R. Smith, M. Mackie, and M. Claypool (fourth edition)". The following chapters are used:

- 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14

What can I find on this page?
On this page, you can find a summary for all the study materials you need in the first year of the Psychology bachelor's programme at the University of Amsterdam. There is a link for all the separate courses. The courses have been organized into so-called bundles, which contain all the separate literature (book chapters & articles) to make for an easy overview. As all the study materials have been created by an actual student (me!) who has followed the same courses you are following right now, you know the material is up-to-date and focused on you, as a student.

The following courses are included:

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Research Methods & Statistics
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Work & Organizational Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Test Theory & Practice
  • Propadeutic thesis example

Why should I use this page?
You should use this page because it contains quality summaries for all the courses in the first year of the Bachelor's Progamme. I have used the summaries to study for my own exams and have passed all exams with at least an 8 (GPA 8.44). Therefore, you know the quality is good! Besides that, you can ask any question you might have about the study materials and I will try to answer them as soon as possible! Last, but certainly not least, the summaries are student-priced; only 5 euros to gain access for a whole year!

Additional information:
If you have any remaining questions after reading this (or want to comment on something), you are also always welcome to send me an e-mail. This can also be about study-related matters, providing you are a JoHo member. My e-mail is jespernicolai2000@gmail.com.

Questions on how to access the summaries?
If you have any questions on how to access the summaries, you can check the FAQ: https://www.joho.org/nl/samenvattingen-studiehulp-helpdesk-faq or you can contact JoHo: https://www.joho.org/nl/contact-met-joho-joho-centers!

Developmental Psychology

An Introduction to Developmental psychology by A. Slater and G. Bremner (third edition) - Summary [EXAM UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM]

This bundle contains a summary for the course "Developmental Psychology" taught at the University of Amsterdam. This contains the book: "An Introduction to Developmental psychology by A. Slater and G. Bremner (third edition)" and several articles.

The following

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An Introduction to Developmental psychology by A. Slater and G. Bremner (third edition) - Book summary

This bundle makes use of the book: "An Introduction to Developmental psychology by A. Slater and G. Bremner (third edition)" and several articles.

The following chapters of the book are used:

- 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 , 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21.

 

Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology – Interim exam 1 [UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM]

This bundle contains everything you need to know for the first interim exam of Clinical Psychology for the University of Amsterdam. It uses the book "Abnormal Psychology, the science and treatment of psychological disorders by A. M. Kring, S. L. Johnson, G. C. Davison

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Clinical Psychology – Interim exam 2 [UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM]

This bundle contains everything you need to know for the second interim exam of Clinical Psychology for the University of Amsterdam. It uses the book "Abnormal Psychology, the science and treatment of psychological disorders by A. M. Kring, S

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Last updated
19-10-2021

Research Methods & Statistics

Research Methods & Statistics – Bayesian statistics summary (UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM)

Probability refers to the proportion of occurrence when a particular experiment is repeated infinitely often under different circumstances. It is a long-term relative frequency, does not apply to unique events and is dependent on the reference category.

Subjective probability refers to the subjective degree of conviction in a hypothesis. Objective probability refers to the long-term relative frequency and is the same probability used in classical statistics.

Work & Organizational Psychology

Work & Organizational Psychology – Interim exam 2 [UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM]

This bundle contains everything you need to know for the second interim exam of Work & Organizational Psychology for the University of Amsterdam. It uses the book "Organizational Behaviour, emerging knowledge and practice for the real world, by S. McShane, M. Von

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Propadeutic Thesis & Test Theory and Practice

Test Theory and Practice – Exam [UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM]

This bundle contains everything you need to know for the exam of Test Theory and Practice for the University of Amsterdam. It uses the book "A conceptual introduction to psychometrics, development, analysis, and application of psychological and educational tests, by G. J

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