AP Psychology


The 2020 AP Exam

The AP Psychology exam is Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at 12:00 noon.
The total cost of the A.P. tests this year is $94.


Click Here for the Online AP Test Thingy

AP Psych - 2nd Join Code: ZP9YY2
AP Psych - 6th Join Code: E22VN4


Click HERE to get to the Disclosure Statement


The Year's Scope, Sequence, and Unit Outline

Unit 01: Psychology's History and Approaches
Unit 02: Research Methods
Unit 03: Biological Basis of Behavior
Unit 04: Sensation and Perception
Unit 05: States of Consciousness
Unit 06: Learning
Unit 07: Cognition
Unit 08: Motivation and Emotion
Unit 09: Developmental Psychology
Unit 10: Personality
Unit 11: Testing and Individual Differences
Unit 12: Abnormal Psychology
Unit 13: Treatment of Psychological Disorders
Unit 14: Social Psychology
AP Test Review


Links to Useful Information

The Year Overview

Recommended Reading: Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight
2019-2020 Disclosure


Help from around the Web

CLICK HERE to go to a site that has a ton of psychology questions arranged by topic.

CLICK HERE for the Albert website. It has a great overview of the AP test including tips and important topics.

CLICK HERE for Utah Online Library's AP psychology website. It has some good study tips and two practice exams. There is a user name and password to get into the "Online learning" section. If you need help logging in to the system, bring your Chrome Book to the library and get help from our Media Specialist.


Video Series and Podcasts

Professor Murphy's PsychoVox Podcast on Soundcloud

Superhero Therapy with Dr. Janina Scarlet

Discovering Psychology Video Series Index

Crash Course Psychology (YouTube)



The Varsity Tutors AP Psychology app is a nice little helper. A good deal of this app is free.


PsychoVox Podcast Preseason Season Specials

Episode Zero.01 Introduction To AP Psychology
In this episode, Professor Murphy discusses his philosopy on how to do well on the AP test.

Episode Zero.02: Interview With Travis Langley
Professor Murphy Interviews Dr. Travis Langley, author of The Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Night.