Psychology and the MCAT

Sarah Egan
Mind Map by , created over 3 years ago

Overview of Psychology concepts required for the new MCAT, per the AAMC (American Association of Medical Colleges) guidelines. CC refers to Content Category. Each Foundational Concept links to a detailed mind map with a breakdown of category concepts which includes links to further resources for many of them. More will be added. Please comment if you create a resource that you think should be linked here.

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Sarah Egan
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DD307 OU Social Psychology - Material from introductions to books 1 & 2
Ken Adams
DD307 Open University Social Psychology - Discursive Psychology notes
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Bocchiaro
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HISTOGRAMS
Elliot O'Leary
An Inspector calls - Gerald Croft
Rattan Bhorjee
Social Psychology - Social Influence
ebramhall
Sociology for the MCAT
Sarah Egan
Social Psychology
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DD307 OU Social Psychology - Intergroup Processes: SIT
Ken Adams
Social Psychology Key Terms
Veleka Georgieva
Psychology and the MCAT
1 Foundational Concept 6 :Biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors influence the ways that individuals perceive, think about, and react to the world.

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1.1 CC6A: Sensing the environment
1.2 CC 6B: Making sense of the environment
1.3 CC 6C: Responding to the world
2 Foundational Concept 7 : Biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors influence behavior and behavior change.

Attachments:

2.1 CC 7A: Individual influences on behavior
2.2 CC 7B: Social processes that influence human behavior
2.3 CC 7C: Attitude and behavior change
3 Foundational Concept 8: Psychological, sociocultural, and biological factors influence the way we think about ourselves and others, as well as how we interact with others.

Attachments:

3.1 CC 8A: Self-identity
3.2 CC 8B: Social thinking
3.3 CC 8C: Social interactions
4 Foundational Concept 9: Cultural and social differences influence well-being.

Attachments:

4.1 CC 9A: Understanding social structure
4.2 CC 9B: Demographic Structure of Society

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