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AP Psychology Structure

100 questions 1hr 10mins 67% of Score

You’ll be asked to:

  • Define, describe, and explain content from a range of course topics
  • Apply skills related to course concepts, theories, and scientific data and methods

2 questions 50mins 33% of Score

In the free-response section, you’ll respond to two questions with written answers. You’ll be asked to:

  • Explain behavior and apply theories using concepts from different theoretical frameworks or subdomains in the field of psychology
  • Analyze psychological research studies, including analyzing and interpreting quantitative data

Course Content

The AP Psychology Exam will assess both your knowledge of the psychological concepts covered in the course units and your ability to analyze behavioural studies.

Scientific Foundations of Psychology

You’ll learn about the basis of psychological theory as the study of human and animal behavior and mental processes and learn how psychologists design and conduct research.

Topics may include:

  • Major historical figures in psychology
  • Theoretical approaches to describing behavior
  • Branches of psychology
  • A variety of research methods used by psychologists
  • The application of research design and statistical analysis in psychology
  • Ethical guidelines

On The Exam

10%–14% of exam score

Biological Bases of Behavior

You’ll study behaviors and mental processes from a biological perspective and explore the effects of the interaction between human biology and our environment.


Topics may include:

  • The interaction of inherited traits, environment, and evolution in shaping behavior
  • Structures and functions of biological systems, including the endocrine system and nervous system
  • Brain function, neural firing, and the influence of medication
  • The study of the brain and research techniques for studying its structure and function
  • States of consciousness, including sleeping and dreaming
  • Addiction and drug dependence

On The Exam

8%–10% of exam score

Sensation and Perception

You’ll examine how humans perceive and process the world around them via their senses and convert those observations into perceptions that influence how we think and behave.


Topics may include:

  • Basic principles of how humans experience and process stimuli
  • The role of experience and culture in perception
  • The mechanisms of the 5 senses and sensory disorders

On The Exam

6%–8% of exam score


You’ll learn about the field of psychology that studies how humans and other animals learn as well as how learning changes over a lifetime.

Topics may include:

  • Influential researchers and theories of learning
  • Results of famous learning experiments
  • Types of learning
  • Types of conditioning and their effects
  • Social and cognitive factors in learning

On The Exam

7%–9% of exam score

Cognitive Psychology

You’ll examine the complex nature of how memory, intelligence, and other mental processes impact human behavior.

Topics may include:

  • The cognitive and physiological processes that make up memory
  • Forgetting and typical memory errors
  • The biological basis of short- and long-term memory
  • Creative thinking and problem-solving strategies
  • Biases and errors in thinking
  • Defining and measuring intelligence
  • The processes of learning and using language

On The Exam

13%–17% of exam score

Developmental Psychology

You’ll study how physical and social changes over humans’ lifespans can influence behavior and mental processes from a variety of perspectives.

Topics may include:

  • Physical and social development in childhood
  • Theories of cognitive development in childhood
  • Adolescent development and challenges
  • Adulthood and aging
  • Theories of moral development
  • Gender and sexual orientation

On The Exam

7%–9% of exam score

Motivation, Emotion, and Personality

You’ll study personality through the lens of behavior and mental processes and how they interact to produce an individual’s personality.

Topics may include:

  • Theories of motivation behind human and animal behavior
  • Major theories of emotion
  • The effects of stress
  • Conceptions of personality, including behaviorist, social cognitive, humanistic, and trait theories
  • Research and assessments to measure personality

On The Exam

11%–15% of exam score

Clinical Psychology

You’ll learn how psychologists evaluate, study, and treat a range of psychological disorders.

Topics may include:

  • Standards for diagnosing and approaches to explaining psychological disorders
  • Neurodevelopmental and schizophrenic spectrum disorders
  • Bipolar, depressive, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorders
  • Dissociative, somatic, and trauma- and stress-related disorders
  • Substance abuse, eating disorders, personality disorders, and related conditions
  • Historical developments in psychological treatment
  • Modern treatment options and methods

On The Exam

12%–16% of exam score

Social Psychology

You’ll examine how humans interact in groups and social situations, as well as how others can affect an individual’s behavior and mental processes.

Topics may include:

  • How social and cultural categories like gender and race can impact self-concept and behavior
  • The factors that lead people to form and change attitudes
  • Group dynamics, including conformity, compliance, and obedience to authority
  • Types of behavior caused by the presence of others
  • Bias, prejudice, and discrimination
  • Altruism and aggression
  • The variables that contribute to attraction

On The Exam

8%–10% of exam score

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