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    (Original post by honeypot43)
    i thought BB and BZ were for stress? I guess they could be applied but as far as im aware its just antipsychotics and antidepressants
    BZs can be used for psychopathology, BBs can't.
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    (Original post by nat100000)
    I if I dropped 28 marks what grade do you think that would be?☺️


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    I would say if grade boundaries are low then you could still get a B, but if they're higher then most likely a C
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    we have all completed PSYA1/2 now, and we have all tried our best, fingers cross the results are positive for us all and they they are what we want and have aimed for, ☺️ well done everybody!


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    (Original post by studentwiz)
    answer to 4 marker on dealing with ethical issues Q8

    http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...W-MS-JUN14.PDF

    and question on psychoanalysis Q13

    http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...W-MS-JUN12.PDF
    for christ sake i evaluated the theory too, saying stuff like it was revolutionary but wasn't specific to treatment
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    (Original post by Eleanor303)
    What was he question about Kieran and Zach conforming? Was it who is more likely to conform or who is least likely to conform?
    Who is most likely to resist the pressure to conform, so Kieran.
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    For the 12 marker I wrote about anti-depressants and anti-psychotics. Are these the correct drugs or was I meant to write about BBs and BZs? I also wrote about ECt
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    That was a good exam guys,Except the first page
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    (Original post by Lad lol)
    Why the HELL was there 6 marks going for the normative/informational social influence one?? What did you say for them?


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    NSI most superficial type of conformity.
    NSI based on desire to be liked.
    NSI, person conforms publicly while continuing to privately disagree.

    ISI most deep rooted form of Conformity.
    ISI based on desire to be right.
    ISI, person Internalises group view, both public and privately.
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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    I said Keiran and Tom! Is this wrong?
    Tom just stood there basically and did nothing, so i didn't mention him personally
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    Do aqa mark harshly?
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    (Original post by Eleanor303)
    What was he question about Kieran and Zach conforming? Was it who is more likely to conform or who is least likely to conform?
    kieran was less likely to conform as he had an internal locus of control, ie he believed that he himself influenced events in his life. Whereas Zach had an external locus of control as he bleieved it was down to fate and luck so he is more likely to conform
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    (Original post by iamJOM)
    Last year that would've just been a B, year before it was a C.
    Okay thank you☺️


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    NSI most superficial type of conformity.
    NSI based on desire to be liked.
    NSI, person conforms publicly while continuing to privately disagree.

    ISI most deep rooted form of Conformity.
    ISI based on desire to be right.
    ISI, person Internalises group view, both public and privately.
    okay i linked both with compliance and internalisation so hopefully i'll be ok
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    (Original post by anniemp)
    For the question on Janet, about having a new project, planning her daughter's wedding, and planning her family holiday, and why she was feeling stressed..was the answer due to life events, and then Holmes and Rahe study?
    I talked about workplace stress. Like lack of control (because her work depended on others) and workload (she had to think about family events)


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    (Original post by asmabashid)
    i completely forgot THE AO1 points for the 12 marker and only put down the evaluation not sure if ill get any marks for that


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    I don't think you'll get any marks, as you need A01 in order to do A02, unless question explicitly mentions limitations which it didn't. Sorry pal
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    (Original post by Fleming1928)
    For the 12 marker I wrote about anti-depressants and anti-psychotics. Are these the correct drugs or was I meant to write about BBs and BZs? I also wrote about ECt
    No, you were right
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    (Original post by Midnight1811)
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    NSI most superficial type of conformity.
    NSI based on desire to be liked.
    NSI, person conforms publicly while continuing to privately disagree.

    ISI most deep rooted form of Conformity.
    ISI based on desire to be right.
    ISI, person Internalises group view, both public and privately.

    I also said how nsi is linked to compliance and the other one to internalisation.
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    (Original post by Eleanor303)
    What was he question about Kieran and Zach conforming? Was it who is more likely to conform or who is least likely to conform?
    I put Kieran as least likely and Zach as most likely☺️


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    (Original post by Fleming1928)
    For the 12 marker I wrote about anti-depressants and anti-psychotics. Are these the correct drugs or was I meant to write about BBs and BZs? I also wrote about ECt
    those are the right drugs, as well as ect. you could have also mentioned psychosurgery but what you said was right! dw
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    I accidentally wrote about biological therapies for stress instead of abnormality in the 12 marker (Bz's and stuff) but evaluated drugs and stuff.. Do you think I could have picked up a few marks?
 
 
 
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