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    (Original post by dpka1)
    it came up as half a question in june 13
    has it? so I guess it is likely to come up ?
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    (Original post by mosahra)
    Which glucose thing ?
    Neural mechansims of eating behaviour.
    Doesn't glucose ring a bell? It's an important aspect underlying the theory.
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    (Original post by IHatePsychology)
    Neural mechansims of eating behaviour.
    Doesn't glucose ring a bell? It's an important aspect underlying the theory.
    wait but I have just done neurotransmitters... it's too late I can't think straight
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    Any ideas for IDAs for factors influencing attitudes to eating behaviour?
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    (Original post by dpka1)
    idas include reductionism, determinism,anmal studies ect. they could be used to criticise/support research studies- if a study used animals to test a theory,this could be argued to be ratamorphic... you could also use ida to criticise the actual theory.

    Thank you xx
    What does ratamorphic mean? :O
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    Would the endogenous pacemakers and exogenous zeitgebers essay come as two separate essays or as one joint one?
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    anyone else doing an alnighter and losing the will to live...
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    (Original post by doherty97)
    anyone else doing an alnighter and losing the will to live...
    😪😭 I'm in that boat
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    (Original post by Morphine9)
    IDAs - Issues, debates and approaches

    http://www.loopa.co.uk/aqa-psycholog...es-approaches/
    Thank you!x
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    (Original post by mosahra)
    What would the question be like for eating behaviour if it is on biological explanations of an eating disorder?
    Discuss or outline and evaluate biological explanations of one eating disorder
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    (Original post by IHatePsychology)
    Neural mechansims of eating behaviour.
    Doesn't glucose ring a bell? It's an important aspect underlying the theory.
    Are you referring to the glucostatic hypothesis and the lipostatc hypothesis with regards to the Dual Centre Theory
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    Roughly how many essays are there for eating disorder (anorexia), relationship and aggression?
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    (Original post by yung7up)
    Are you referring to the glucostatic hypothesis and the lipostatc hypothesis with regards to the Dual Centre Theory
    For neural mechansims I am doing Glcuose and then both ventromedial hypo and lateral hypothalamus. Pretty much lol.

    No idea about lipostatic is.
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    (Original post by IHatePsychology)
    For neural mechansims I am doing Glcuose and then both ventromedial hypo and lateral hypothalamus. Pretty much lol.

    No idea about lipostatic is.
    Yeah same

    Its similar to glucose its just about our metabolism and how we respond to changes in body fat stored (as fat releases leptin) and how this inhibits feeding, so somewhat similar to how glucose works
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    (Original post by yung7up)
    Yeah same

    Its similar to glucose its just about our metabolism and how we respond to changes in body fat stored (as fat releases leptin) and how this inhibits feeding, so somewhat similar to how glucose works
    Makes sense. I'm doing just glucose cause you can make 3 solid paragraphs on it

    Homeostasis and just introduce on and off

    Then lateral and rats study aphiga and neuropepitide y

    Then basically opposite for ventral and talk quickly mention pv.

    And evaluation well i need do that lol.

    Right now I've done them all just getting it into memory and then at like 7 I'll go over stuff that are less likely to come up kholbergs and a couple others. I feel sleepy though only had 5 hrs sleep in 72 hrs but oh well I can sleep after this. How about you.
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    I had sleep but my brain still hurts, don't know how ya'll doing all nighters

    Good luck everyone

    oh, and I hate psychology.
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    (Original post by Romanoff)
    I had sleep but my brain still hurts, don't know how ya'll doing all nighters

    Good luck everyone

    oh, and I hate psychology.
    Me too I hate it lol

    I'm practically done though did 4 o each topic based on predicttions. If wrong ****ing AQA

    When's the exam afternoon at whattime
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    Good luck everyone, hope nice questions come up 😄
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    I'm only learning 6 essays so if none of them come up...
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    (Original post by HemmingsHood)
    I'm only learning 6 essays so if none of them come up...
    Seriously only 2 of each. Make sure you msg me how it goes. I'm doing 4 each but I bet I'll mess up lol
 
 
 
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