This course offers a general introduction to a variety of areas in the field including biological psychology, sensation and perception, consciousness, human memory, personality, human development, abnormal psychology, and social psychology. Students at Standard Level are exposed to abnormal psychology in depth. At Higher Level, intelligence and educational psychology are also tackled. At both levels students become familiar with the methods and design of basic social science research as well as statistical procedures to be used when conducting psychological research. At Standard Level, students are expected to work on one experimental project using non-inferential statistics while Higher Level students need to conduct experimental projects using.