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Alice M.

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Degree: BSci Psychology (Bachelors) - Birmingham University

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About me

Hello, I'm Alice! I am currently in my third year of studying Psychology at the University of Birmingham.

From an early age I have been intrigued by the human mind and how it works. I like to question why we do the things we do and how this impacts our brain. I have a real passion for Psychology, and hope this is portrayed in the way in which I teach. I also enjoy studying law as it allows me to develop a deep understanding of our legal system, in both Tort and Criminal aspects. 

I have extensive revision notes and exemplar essay answers for A-Level Psychology and Law. 

Exam Boards:

Psychology - Edexcel

Law - AQA

Volunteering experience:

I participated in a 'buddy scheme' at my High School and at University, whereby I facilitated young children's reading abilities and helped first year students settle into 'uni life'. I am also a member of a University society called 'Headucate'. The society goes into school's within the Birmingham area and teaches year 12/13 students about the stereotypical myths of mental health. From this experience, I am certain I will be able to guide and assist your learning so you are able to get the best possible grade! 

I am extremely enthusastic to help others understand the subjects i am so passionate about.

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Law A Level £20 /hr
Psychology A Level £20 /hr

Qualifications

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PsychologyA-LevelA*
LawA-LevelA*
GeographyA-LevelA*
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No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

No

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Ratings and reviews

5from 4 customer reviews

Usman (Student) April 25 2016

Perfect. Went through everything in detail as required as well as having notes and other resources prepared before the lesson. Able to feel safe to answer questions without the worry of feeling embarrassed. Friendly and easy going. Really good way of discussing and consolidating learning.

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Questions Alice has answered

What is a flashbulb memory?

Flashbulb memories are extremely detailed and vivd recollections of a particularly memoriable or extraordinary event. Brown and Kulik suggested that the emotion we feel during these extordinary events activate a different way of encoding which leaves a more permanent and resilient memory trace...

Flashbulb memories are extremely detailed and vivd recollections of a particularly memoriable or extraordinary event. Brown and Kulik suggested that the emotion we feel during these extordinary events activate a different way of encoding which leaves a more permanent and resilient memory trace. These special memories are different to the information we store in our brain everyday, due to being so precise and lasting a lifetime. The memories are extremely detailed, for example a person witnessing a robbery may be able to give police exact information about the criminals appearance, license plate, accent, clothing, location etc. 

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What is a flashbulb memory?

Flashbulb memories are extremely detailed and vivd recollections of a particularly memoriable or extraordinary event. Brown and Kulik suggested that the emotion we feel during these extordinary events activate a different way of encoding which leaves a more permanent and resilient memory trace...

Flashbulb memories are extremely detailed and vivd recollections of a particularly memoriable or extraordinary event. Brown and Kulik suggested that the emotion we feel during these extordinary events activate a different way of encoding which leaves a more permanent and resilient memory trace. These special memories are different to the information we store in our brain everyday, due to being so precise and lasting a lifetime. The memories are extremely detailed, for example a person witnessing a robbery may be able to give police exact information about the criminals appearance, facial features, license plate, accent, clothing, location etc.

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8 months ago

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