AP Psychology


110 hours

About the Course

The AP Psychology course introduces students to the systematic and scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. While considering the psychologists and studies that have shaped the field, students explore and apply psychological theories, key concepts, and phenomena associated with such topics as the biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, learning and cognition, motivation, developmental psychology, testing and individual differences, treatments of psychological disorders, and social psychology. Throughout the course, students employ psychological research methods, including ethical considerations, as they use the scientific method, evaluate claims and evidence, and effectively communicate ideas. The AP Psychology course is designed to be the equivalent of the Introduction to Psychology course usually taken during the first year of college.

Your Instructor


Current AP Psychology Grader at College Board
6 years of teaching experience in AP Psychology;
8 years of clinical counseling experience
Ashleigh holds a master’s degree in clinical counseling and a dual bachelor’s degree in psychology and political science, and is an educator of theory and practice. She has a rigorous classroom teaching style, and her teaching content closely follows the AP exam syllabus, tackling exam difficulties from the perspective of the graders.