Making brain hats with Psychology

22 October 2018

Psychology students have been constructing their own brains recently. 

They are currently exploring the various components of the brain looking at the different sections and functions that make the brain the most complex organ in the human body. 

As a result, they have taken a visual approach and put together their own brain hats. 

Throughout the Psychology A-Level course, students explore the workings of people, from cognitive and developmental psychology to biological, social and individual differences. While it is also a bit of fun to get involved and make something, the students are also developing the foundation of their knowledge to further progress throughout their A-Level programme.

Find out more about studying Psychology at Ashton here

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