The material found here is designed to help you review for the AP Exam. We will spend a week in April first going over old AP exams, discussing the questions and content covered. You will need to make a note of any material you do not feel comfortable with and add a comment on that to the review pages that are hung around the room. This is so I can be sure to cover that topic when we begin our review of the material the next.
- Checklist for material- This is a great way for you to go through all the material from the class and check off what you know.
- General List of Topics for AP Exam Review- This list is based on the course description from College Board and has the items you should definitely review for the AP Exam
- Comprehensive vocabulary list- This list contains all the vocabulary terms from the top psychology books. They are arranged in a number of ways.
- Conceptual map of the course- This document briefly sums up the course and is a good way to review.(Due to the size of this document, It is located on Scribd and must be downloaded from there.
- Perspectives review- This chart on perspectives included major topics and people from each perspectives
- Methods of studying the brain- This chart compares the different ways we study the brain
- Neurotransmitters- This chart summarizes the various neurotransmitters and what they do
- Stages of development- This chart summarizes the various stage theories in development and their components
- Names to Know- This list contains the people you are most likely to see on the AP Exam
- Famous contributors- This has a list of key people and a little description of their contributions to psychology.
- "Confusing Pairs" in Psychology- This is a list of terms and concepts that are commonly confused
- Stage Theories in Psychology- This chart summarizes and compares the various theories of stages from development.
- Quizlet flashcards for 771 flashcards from psychology.
AP Central- This is the collegeboard's page for the AP Psychology exam. This contains information on what will be tested, but the biggest hing most students get from this site is looking at all of the Free response questions from previous exams. You can outline, answer, and even score your answers from this site. I highly recommend writing several of these essays in preparation for the AP exam.
AP Psychology Review Book - ap_psych_review_book_pdf.pdf-This is a pdf of the study book i have made that contains several of the resources above with some additional info included.
Detailed Course Outline- This is a very detailed outline of the course. It is a bit long, but has a ton of information if you need to relearn the material.
Here are several collections of online videos that are available to help you review. I can't vouch for the quality or accuracy of them, but if you have feedback, good or bad, let me know and I will endorse or remove some of them.