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    guys i forgot to tick the boxes for the sections i done!! does anyone know what will happen?
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    (Original post by Mollyql_27)
    Guys how did you answer the 'Design a field experiment.' question?? I kind of used the same method as Yarmey did?

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    I did as well, basically use a questionnaire and photo line up after a person steals a phone and the researcher approaches the participants. Use standardised questions. Operationalise with number of correct answers


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    (Original post by chickenfoot)
    guys i forgot to tick the boxes for the sections i done!! does anyone know what will happen?
    It doesn't matter, as long as they can see you've written on the first page and only filled in 2 sections, it'll be fine


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    (Original post by chickenfoot)
    guys i forgot to tick the boxes for the sections i done!! does anyone know what will happen?
    i don't think they will mark that section i also forgot
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    (Original post by blinkofaneyee)
    When you're describing Genie, what points did you guys included?? i feel like i know it but i missed out points


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    Genie
    Only had a few wooden toys
    callace formed as she was strapped to potty chair
    Hit by her father for trying to talk
    Brother fed her baby food
    Strapped to sleeping bag at night
    Found aged 13 when her mother escaped and took her to social services
    Iq was about 40 when found, stunted walk, merely made noises and scared of adults - extremely malnourished
    Underwent vigorous cognitive, physiological and social testing e.g. Iq tests
    She was fostered by a psychologist
    Showed some signs of reversibility - developed little words but could never structure a coherent sentence but showed signs of developing an attachment with psychologist
    Condition regressed when put back in foster care

    Hopefully that gets me 6/6 for A01


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    (Original post by chickenfoot)
    guys i forgot to tick the boxes for the sections i done!! does anyone know what will happen?
    I forgot to do that as well
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    (Original post by psychemma)
    I treated the criminal 12 marker like 2 six mark questions? Not sure if that's right
    (Original post by Hann11)
    Same i did 2 different explanations but didn't explicitly make comparisons for the 12 marker. Was that right?
    (Original post by Julieplec)
    Yeah I did:
    Describe + evaluate SLT
    describe + evaluate SFP

    you didn't really have to evaluate but I had 15 minutes left so thought why not haha


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    ??? I'm 100% sure it said describe how SLT would explain it, then compare this explanation to one other, not describe or evaluate

    (Original post by psychemma)
    Oh I did 6 marks on describing social learning theory as an explanation for the stealing cars thing then 6 marks comparing SLT & SFP, I'm sure what you did is fine!!
    (Original post by peterwg33)
    I interpreted the criminal 12 marker to state that you're meant to describe how SLT explains the car thieving behaviour and then just generically compare SLT to another theory - no evaluation or anything like that. I'm worried I did it wrong now lol
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    (Original post by rileystringer1)
    ??? I'm 100% sure it said describe how SLT would explain it, then compare this explanation to one other, not describe or evaluate




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    I know I'm saying I did describe both of them but i included evaluation because I had time, I'm not going to lose marks for including more information lol


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    (Original post by Julieplec)
    I know I'm saying I did describe both of them but i included evaluation because I had time, I'm not going to lose marks for including more information lol


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    How come you described SFP?
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    My 12 marker was all over the place, I described both SLT and Personality Theory in relation to Nicole and her "luxury sports cars" (I dunno why but that question made me laugh), then made comparison points (similarities and differences) AND then evaluated both briefly

    I really panicked hahah so I just put everything in there to be safe. would that matter?
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    (Original post by rileystringer1)
    How come you described SFP?
    Because it said compare social learning theory with one other explanation of criminal behaviour


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    (Original post by EmilyPlatypus)
    My 12 marker was all over the place, I described both SLT and Personality Theory in relation to Nicole and her "luxury sports cars" (I dunno why but that question made me laugh), then made comparison points (similarities and differences) AND then evaluated both briefly

    I really panicked hahah so I just put everything in there to be safe. would that matter?
    Nope you described both so you'd get the marks for that and you won't lose marks for including more information


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    (Original post by Julieplec)
    Because it said compare social learning theory with one other explanation of criminal behaviour


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    But it says compare, not "now describe another one"
    Im confused
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    (Original post by rileystringer1)
    But it says compare, not "now describe another one"
    Im confused
    It was something like 'describe Nicole's behaviour using social learning theory compared to another explanation of criminal behaviour'


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    (Original post by rileystringer1)
    But it says compare, not "now describe another one"
    Im confused
    It was a really badly worded question, I wouldn't worry about it too much, I'm sure loads of people across the country have interpreted it differently
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    The first 6 marks was discribe SLT in relation to Nicole stealing cars. This includes, what slt is, modelling process, vicarious reinforcement, role of reinforcement from role models.

    Then the other 6 marks was comparing SLT to atleast one other explanation. I put Self-fulfilling prophecy, and explained what it was and gave a research example. Followed by biological predisposing to criminal behaviour through differences in the brain and used raine et Al as research example.

    Hope this helps!
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    (Original post by Julieplec)
    It was something like 'describe Nicole's behaviour using social learning theory compared to another explanation of criminal behaviour'


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    It was more like 'describe why Nicole might steal a car using social learning and compare this social learning theory with another explanation of criminal behaviour'

    I don't think they wanted you to describe how SFP would explain this behaviour tbh but idk
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    they used my name on the criminal 12 marker :ahee::teehee::teehee:

    im way too excited for that.
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    Yeah. In the answer made sure that it was referenced to Nicole. Even the other explanations.
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    i completely forgot to cross the boxes?!!???!?! my teacher didn't inform us of that, and i didn't even realise they existed until reading this! does anyone know what will happen??!?!? freaking out!
 
 
 
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