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    (Original post by farahfarouk)
    AO2 because it's research support for the short term memory duration.
    Thank youuu
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    Wait you can use sperling which tested Sensory memory for supporting research of MSM right?
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    Yeah if it's for the existence for then short term sensory store then you definitely can.
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    (Original post by wabbit998)
    are conclusions classed as A01 or A02
    AO1. When writing about an AO1 study, you should state the aims, findings, procedure and the conclusion.
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    (Original post by wabbit998)
    What questions could we use Zimbardosprison study for ???
    Conformity questions - be careful with this because they conformed to social roles so make sure you point that out if you write about it.

    (Original post by QueenSI)
    Hi, I'm a little confused. You know studies that support, for example the duration for short term memory. Do they support the MSM or is it supporting the Short-term memory capacity. So would the study of Peterson & Peterson 1959 be A01 or A02?
    For A01 in a question regarding the MSM I'd obviously describe Atkinson and Shiffrin's research model. For A02 you need to be critical of the model, simply stating Peterson and Peterson's study will not gain any A02 marks - however you can state that the supporting evidence (Peterson and Peterson and other studies) lack validity as they have involved college students studying psychology/they were conducted in a lab etcetc
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    How do you guys answer the 4 mark questions on memory improvement strategies?
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    Oh yeah and what studies are you guys doing for disruption of attachment?
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    Also what studies are you guys gonna use for disruption of attachment, I was gonna use John (by Robertson) and Bowlbys 44 theives as well as the other Robertson+Roberston study with 4 adopted childreb but I dunno if thats ao1 or ao2 im confused
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    (Original post by Alpopcuino)
    Oh yeah and what studies are you guys doing for disruption of attachment?
    I'm not sure if this is right for disruption of attachment as it's more on privation, but because I haven't done much revision I would just use the case study of Genie and Kolochuva's study of the Czech Twins?

    If that's wrong, please correct me lol
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    (Original post by evekay)
    I'm not sure if this is right for disruption of attachment as it's more on privation, but because I haven't done much revision I would just use the case study of Genie and Kolochuva's study of the Czech Twins?

    If that's wrong, please correct me lol
    Those case studies should only be used for privation questions

    For disruption I'd use Robertson and Robertson's study (lil' John)

    (pls don't say lil' in the exam)
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    (Original post by Alpopcuino)
    Also what studies are you guys gonna use for disruption of attachment, I was gonna use John (by Robertson) and Bowlbys 44 theives as well as the other Robertson+Roberston study with 4 adopted childreb but I dunno if thats ao1 or ao2 im confused
    Those would be your AO1. Evaluating the research would be your AO2 e.g. Robertson using the case study of John... Cannot generalise his behaviour to the wider population... 44 thieves study = correlational etc
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    Can someone please explain what the difference between Bowlbys evolutionary theory and his MDH? And explain the 44 thieves study? I wasnt thought this, does this mean it's not on the spec?
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    Any predictions for PSYA1 questions? I've read the loopa ones. I was wondering if any of your teachers or you guys had any predictions?
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    They seems to be a bit of confusion over disruption of attachment, my teacher told me if I get asked a 12 mark question about disruption of attachment I'd outline the PDD model? Then I'd use the study of john as a02? Is this right
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    Is it possible to retake AS psychology next year when there is a new specification?
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    Hi, quick question:

    Jacobs' study found a capacity for STM of 5-9 items and Miller found a capacity for STM of 7 ±2 chunks.

    Is items the same as chunks? I'm confused how these studies support each other.
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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    They seems to be a bit of confusion over disruption of attachment, my teacher told me if I get asked a 12 mark question about disruption of attachment I'd outline the PDD model? Then I'd use the study of john as a02? Is this right
    This is what I am confused about to hopefully this does not come up as a 12 marker most likely bowlby theory or daycare peer relations or institutionalization will appear but who knows, when it comes to disruption of attachment for a01 i would talk about john in nursery as a01 because it shows the effects of disruption of attacment and to evaluate you can write that the amount of care he got was less(attention) u see what i mean so i would follow it like that
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    (Original post by K3lvin)
    This is what I am confused about to hopefully this does not come up as a 12 marker most likely bowlby theory or daycare peer relations or institutionalization will appear but who knows, when it comes to disruption of attachment for a01 i would talk about john in nursery as a01 because it shows the effects of disruption of attacment and to evaluate you can write that the amount of care he got was less(attention) u see what i mean so i would follow it like that
    In an answer booklet my teacher gave us she told us to do PDD model? Or god
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    (Original post by Zahra96)
    Yeah the ideas of one person acts as a catalyst.. slowly slowly through snowball effect the views are accepted by majority forming social change. Eg recycling, Rosa parks etc.

    The minority must remain flexible consistent and relevant (expand with examples on these points)

    I got 12/12 this in my mock but cant even remember it too well now

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    What is the snowball effect?! It's not in my text book and my teacher has not taught it??
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    (Original post by Toy Soldiers)
    Hi, quick question:

    Jacobs' study found a capacity for STM of 5-9 items and Miller found a capacity for STM of 7 ±2 chunks.

    Is items the same as chunks? I'm confused how these studies support each other.
    Jacob found the capacity of STM to be between 5 and 9 items. A few years after, Miller studied different research's into the capacity of STM and he concluded that it was 7 plus or minus two items calling it the "magic number 7".

    So yeah just write items for both, I haven't heard chunks being user
 
 
 
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