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    (Original post by cilla_e)
    What are some evaluation points for the biological approach and the behavioural approach
    Biological Approach
    - It is a reductionist by taking a complex set of behaviours and putting to a single gene therefore better to use the diathesis stress model
    - Cannot establish cause and effect e.g. does abnormal occur due to neurotransmitters or do does abnormal behaviours cause imbalanced neurotransmitters
    - Biologically diagnosing someone causes the patient to be passive, therefore less likely to recover/improve

    Behavioural Approach
    - It doesn't blame the person for their abnormal behaviour therefore is humane and ethical
    - It is a reductionist by saying that abnormal behaviours occur only due to them being learnt, life events/physical injuries etc. are ignored
    - It is effective for treatments as learnt behaviour is able to be unlearnt
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    (Original post by cilla_e)
    What are some evaluation points for the biological approach and the behavioural approach
    Biological approach:

    +Most humane approach. Doesn't blame anyone for their psychopathology, instead it blames things that the person cannot control.

    +Gottesman and Shields found through family studies that the correspondence rate for schizophrenia is 30-60% higher between identical twins, suggesting that inheritance is a cause for psychopathology.
    -Criticism of Gottesman and Shields: Correspondence rate was not 100% and only 30-60%. Suggests that other factors were involved in psychopathology, not just inheritance.

    -Theory is reductionist. Doesn't consider factors such as environment and experiences etc.
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    lolol i know the 12 marker that's coming out tomorrow. i'll screenshot it with the time & date
    then you'll see my teachers' predictions are correct.
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    (Original post by IAmUncreative)
    lolol i know the 12 marker that's coming out tomorrow. i'll screenshot it with the time & date
    then you'll see my teachers' predictions are correct.
    Please do!!!
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    How would you go about answering the 12 marker:
    How social influence helps us understand social change?
    Anyone have an essay plan? Thanks xx
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    Can someone explain Sheriffs study and in what topic/question I would use it for? I don't think I learnt about this :/
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    (Original post by IAmUncreative)
    lolol i know the 12 marker that's coming out tomorrow. i'll screenshot it with the time & date
    then you'll see my teachers' predictions are correct.
    What's the prediction?
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    (Original post by IAmUncreative)
    lolol i know the 12 marker that's coming out tomorrow. i'll screenshot it with the time & date
    then you'll see my teachers' predictions are correct.
    How do you know it?
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    (Original post by IAmUncreative)
    lolol i know the 12 marker that's coming out tomorrow. i'll screenshot it with the time & date
    then you'll see my teachers' predictions are correct.
    :O
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    Would outline and evaluate Milgram's study on obedience be a possible 12 mark question? Or would it say Milgram and variations?
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    Are variations of Asch and Milgram AO1 or AO2?
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    Anyone one have a 12 mark on AO1 and AO2 on social change? More specifically AO2 please
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    for workplace stress questions do they specify if youre meant to write about control or workload normally or are you allowed to choose
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    what is it??? (
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    How would you go about answering a 12 marker for Independent Behaviour?????
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    Thank god the 12 marker wont be personality types
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    (Original post by tobeobi)
    for workplace stress questions do they specify if youre meant to write about control or workload normally or are you allowed to choose
    If they don't specify one or another in the question, you can talk about both or choose one.
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    When writing a 12 marker about abnormality approaches what are you supposed to include? For example if I was talking about the cognitive approach do I talk about CBT or not?

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    (Original post by cat_Holmes)
    When writing a 12 marker about abnormality approaches what are you supposed to include? For example if I was talking about the cognitive approach do I talk about CBT or not?

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    Personally if approaches come up I am going to put something like (imagining they ask for cognitive approach) 'Also an effective treatment has come of the basis of this approach, for example CBT which was found to be no less effective than biological treatments like drugs etc'
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    12 Mark answer about Independent Behaviour???
 
 
 
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