Here you can find information regarding the requirements for your internal assessment.
Here is are two documents (SL and HL) that aredetailed and should contain everything you need to know for the internal assessment. It has been constructed with the help of textbooks and information copied from the IB guidelines, as well as from the subject reports for Psychology. Everything you need to know should be able to be found in this document.
Here are some additional resources you might find useful…
Internal Assessment Checklist (this is included in the guidebook above)
IA Proposal Detailed (this is included in the guidebook above)
Here is a really useful slideshow created by John Crane (author of the blue textbook) that outlines a lot of common errors that students make in their IAs.
Here are two exemplar internal assessments. One is a 17/20 for SL and the other is a 26/28 for HL. These should be used only as an example of what excellent work looks like and to help clarify any areas of the IA that you’re not sure of the expectations. (Please note that the SL example was originally given a 13/20 but this was increased by the moderator to 17/20)
Referencing is an important part of the IA and one that most students overlook. Poor referencing is a costly mistake and one that loses unnecessary marks. Here are the two formats that you should use for referencing – APA or MLA. Choose one and follow its rules, especially for referencing websites.