Psychology

Biological Approach

This session is complete. Led by mythic_fci#1141 and MidGravity#9445.

The presentation used for this session can be found here.

The recording of this session can be found here.

IB Psych BIO APCH REV SES

Cognitive Approach

This session is complete.

The presentation for this session can be found here.

The recording for this session can be found here.

Copy of IB Psych COG APCH REV SES

Sociocultural Approach

This session is complete. It was held on 8 Apr 2019 from 12:00-15:00 UTC led by mythic_fci#1141. The session was streamed live on Twitch; you can view a full recording of this session below and download the PowerPoint used during the session by the session leader here.

Option: Abnormal Psychology

Presentation for this session can be found here.

Recording of this session can be found here.

Copy of IB Psych ABNORMAL REV SES

Option: Human Relationships

This session will be held on 1 Mar 2019 from 12:00-15:00 UTC. It will be led by mythic_fci#1141. The session will take place on the IB Discord server and be streamed live on Twitch at twitch.tv/mythic_fci, with the stream to be recorded. There will be a collaborative element—attendees on Discord will be expected to contribute evaluative points for the research covered and are encouraged to send questions/remarks in Twitch and Discord chats.

This session will cover:

(NOTE: Still subject to change!)

Personal Relationships

  • Origins & Formation of Personal Relationships
    • Biological: Genetic & Evolutionary Explanations
    • Social/Cognitive: Similarity Attraction Hypothesis, Matching Hypothesis Theory
  • Communication in Personal Relationships
    • Relationship Maintenance Strategies
    • Attributions in Relationships (Attribution Theory)
  • Change & End in Personal Relationships
    • 5-Stage Model of Relationship Breakdown

Group Dynamics

  • Sociocultural Explanations for Group Dynamics
    • Social Identity Theory [SIT]
    • Realistic Group Conflict Theory [RGCT]
  • Biological Explanations for Group Dynamics (Brain Activation)

Social Responsibility

  • Bystanderism/Bystander Effect
    • Theory of the Bystander
    • Arousal Cost-Reward Model
  • Prosocial Behavior
    • Empathy-Altruism Hypothesis
    • Kin Selection Hypothesis
IB Psych HR Option Rev Ses