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    (Original post by cherrycola98)
    No it was definitely behavioural I started to write about biological too then I realised
    Ohhh no😔 how did you find the paper?☺️


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    (Original post by AJC16)
    What did you put for the internal and external locus of control ?! I put Tom was external as he said he wouldn't go to the football trials unless the others went, and Kieran for the internal as he thought he had trained hard....
    Kieran was internal yes, but Zach was external as he relied on his "lucky sock" to help him do well.
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    (Original post by MoeSidat)
    Sadly no
    As it was taking about social change so you should of put, moscovivi (1969), suffragettes and civil right movement and talk about being consistent to create a snowball effect.

    Regards
    If this is related to the social change this is exactly the mark scheme in previous year tbh it even says not talk bout moscovici unless it shows effective use so the asnwer was the mark scheme being non dogmatic etc you are wrong there mate sorry
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    (Original post by iamJOM)
    Kieran was internal yes, but Zach was external as he relied on his "lucky sock" to help him do well.
    Omg I was going to put that but it said he didn't feel lucky so i thought that was internal as he himself didn't feel lucky
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    (Original post by Kiranjott)
    Disadvantage of scatter diagrams??
    They don't show causation. Most studies say that high stress levels lead to a weak immune system, though it may in reality be the other way around. There could also be an intervening variable that correlates with both of the co-variables, making it appear as though they correlate with each other.
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    (Original post by evekay)
    positive correlation was B so you can be my friend
    I put B too!🙈


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    What did you all put for the daily hassles findings question ?
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    (Original post by iamJOM)
    They don't show causation. Most studies say that high stress levels lead to a weak immune system, though it may in reality be the other way around. There could also be an intervening variable that correlates with both of the co-variables, making it appear as though they correlate with each other.
    I thought it asked us strengths / weaknesses of correlations?????!!!!!!


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    (Original post by k.bryan4)
    For Janet, I did write about lack of control at work but then stupidly wrote about life changes will I still get the marks for lack of control? Or will I just drop all marks because I did half of it wrong?
    I wrote about life changes too, I also put a bit on having a higher workload due to her extra project. What did the question say about her lacking control? I would have thought that having the extra project at work would have increased her control.
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    (Original post by iamJOM)
    They don't show causation. Most studies say that high stress levels lead to a weak immune system, though it may in reality be the other way around. There could also be an intervening variable that correlates with both of the co-variables, making it appear as though they correlate with each other.
    Yea I said there's no causal relationship and other factors may affect the relationship between the 2 variables. For the advantage I put: helps show a relationship even when a variable cannot be manipulated experimentally? Do you reckon those will get me full marks?
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    (Original post by unimaginable118)
    Hopefully we'll be right although I'm starting to doubt it hahah
    I hope so too! But everyone told me it was wrong😂


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    Did everyone find that paper challenging? I did :/


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    (Original post by AJC16)
    What did you all put for the daily hassles findings question ?
    Levy et al. and Gervais. In summary just showing that daily hassles are detrimental to job performance and increase susceptibility to illness. Also in Gervais' study it was found that daily uplifts counteracted the negative effects of the daily hassles.
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    (Original post by deano321)
    Did everyone find that paper challenging? I did :/


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    Me too


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    (Original post by nat100000)
    Me too


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    Fingers crossed the boundaries will be lower 😇


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    Did it ask us about locus of control/ resisting pressure to conform?
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    (Original post by AJC16)
    What did you all put for the daily hassles findings question ?
    Kanner et al. and DeLongis et al. - more hassles, more illness.

    Can someone just confirm that there wasn't another question after the 12 marker? Worried now.
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    (Original post by mogwai98)
    Kanner et al. and DeLongis et al. - more hassles, more illness.

    Can someone just confirm that there wasn't another question after the 12 marker? Worried now.
    No there wasn't. Don't worry


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    So from the questions i can remember:

    Q1.) was C
    1b.) The scatter graph shows all data so can show any outliers too
    1c.) i spoke about the advantages of correctional research being that they are two natural variables that occur and cannot be manipulated
    for the disadvantages correlation does not mean there is a causal link
    For the Behavioral six marker i wrote about psychopathology occurring due to learnt behavior and elaborated on the three types so social,operant and classical conditioning
    for the 12 marker you shouldn't have written about Benzodiazapienes or beta blockers because it was about PSYCHOPATHOLOGY'S NOT STRESS.
    so it would have had to be antidepressants, anti-psychotics, and ECT and used evaluative research like WHO or Comer
    for the social change one you should have memorized the mark-scheme and added Moschovichi because it said research.
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    that paper was mad hard like they asked for research for nearly every question, I did find that paper hard


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