Department Psychology Spiritual Moral Social Cultural Encouraging pupils to consider the values, attitudes and roles of people that occur in different societies and cultures. Discussing values, attitudes and beliefs relating to a range of ethical, social and controversial issues, including areas of study on culture bias, ethical costs of conducting research, non-human animals, scientific status and sexism. Investigating questions relating to all aspects of their development such as their personality, gender, behaviour, thoughts and beliefs. Studying human behaviour in different cultures. Respecting and understanding different human behaviours that occur in these cultures and societies. Working in different groupings and encouraging students to accept one another and work alongside each another as a team. Considering how ethical issues may be applied to a range of theories, studies, contemporary debates and applications for the various topics studied. Developing their understanding of and Applying their own beliefs respect for the different to a range of ethical and influences people have psychological issues, and the effect it may have debates and controversies, and hearing on their behaviour. other students' opinions to develop a range of balanced view points. Considering how research carried out in traditional Allowing opportunities for western societies may not students to be creative be applicable to other and resilient. cultures. Exploring topics such as masculine and feminine behaviour and how these and other elements of cultural bias can affect human behaviour.