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PSychology question ( A level Gcse)

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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    Hii guys can someone please tell me which points i need to include when usefulness of a study is asked? For eg if they ask me how useful miligram or billingtons study was? And how would billingtons study be useful

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    Useful? I've not heard of that being asked in an exam.

    It could be asking you to explain how the findings are useful/beneficial to society - Eg, Loftus' EWT researched helped the police improve their questioning techniques. It had a large impact on society for the better.

    Or it could mean how useful is it in terms of its reliability, validity, is it representational? etc.
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