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    (Original post by intelligent con)
    anyone have any idea why grade boundaries are so low for these papers? On some papers you only need like 70% of the raw marks to get full ums
    I think they need to be lower.
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    (Original post by CAPTAINSHAZAM)
    Someone said on here and i remember it like this

    Nominal data + indepedent groups= chi squared
    Ordinal data + independent groups= Man whintey u
    Ordinal data + matched pairs= wilcoxon
    Ordinal data + correlation= spearmans row

    Literally the way i remember it
    I don't know why I'm so complex with this stuff haha! literally when I need to learn stats of studies I don't remember them individually I remember 1 and then be like oh the second stat is -84 of the original stat. Idk haha but it works anyway.
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    (Original post by Anymorefor123)
    What's the likelihood of a classification and diagnosis q for schizophrenia coming up ? Xx


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    i really wish that come up or psychological explanations
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    (Original post by NHM)
    I don't know why I'm so complex with this stuff haha! literally when I need to learn stats of studies I don't remember them individually I remember 1 and then be like oh the second stat is -84 of the original stat. Idk haha but it works anyway.
    I dont think its complex at all and in fact really simple to remember! Which btw thanks, i think the main thing is learning the acronym which for me is
    Could
    Man U
    Win
    Sometimes
    If you know the order then your method is very easy
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    (Original post by Anymorefor123)
    What's the likelihood of a classification and diagnosis q for schizophrenia coming up ? Xx


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    I'd say its extremely likely- loads of people are saying psychological explanations and therapies but I'm thinking, AQA love to repeat things, they love to catch us out so I think It'll be:

    1. class/diagnosis of sz
    2.bio therapies/ explanations of sz could even be a split marker!
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    (Original post by Danny786)
    For media does anyone have any decent essays?
    For Media do you have to learn effect of computers on behaviour or just video games?
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    (Original post by Mesosleepy)
    i really wish that come up or psychological explanations
    Hate psych explanations although its simple.
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    (Original post by NHM)
    I don't know why I'm so complex with this stuff haha! literally when I need to learn stats of studies I don't remember them individually I remember 1 and then be like oh the second stat is -84 of the original stat. Idk haha but it works anyway.
    This is me lmao one of my acronyms for my essay is FMSBC squared and CSETRDLAWLPCR which is harder than remembering the actual essay ffs
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    (Original post by Amyjonesx)
    how do you improve internal and external validity and reliability?

    Also what would you include in a question to "design a study" and how many marks would it be?
    Design a study = 10 marks (typically)

    Improve internal validity by controlling for extraneous variables (EVs), conducting a pilot study...

    Improve external validity by triangulating the evidence (using different styles of research e.g. interview, questionnaire, field study etc.....)

    Improve reliability by:
    1) Repeating the experiment (Test retest for questionnaires)
    2) Having another observer watch your experiment and see if the conclusions are the same (Inter-rater reliability)
    3) Split-half reliability test (for questionnaires)
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    (Original post by yung7up)
    this is me lmao one of my acronyms for my essay is fmsbc squared and csetrdlawlpcr which is harder than remembering the actual essay ffs
    'csetrdlawlpcr' what the heck haha.
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    Can anyone tell me some debates for the biological, cognitive and learning models of addiction please? I'm so stuck D:
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    Any predictions for anomalistic psychology??
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    Can someone explain to me, I know why a type 1 error, is when you reject the null hypothesis when its actually true, because you was too lenient with your significance level, but can someone explain why?
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    did they do the normal paper or r paper last year?
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    when's results day?
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    Do they not give you a significance level in some of the questions? In june 2015 paper they havent gviem me one?
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    (Original post by NHM)
    Hate psych explanations although its simple.
    They probably do a 4+8 psychological explanation and therapies
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    Hi, will there be any essay questions for the addiction topic or are the questions just related to a scenario? thank you
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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    Do they not give you a significance level in some of the questions? In june 2015 paper they havent gviem me one?
    I just checked it and the calculated level is higher than all of the possible significance levels in the table so i suppose you are meant to just to say it is significant because of that?
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    (Original post by Mesosleepy)
    They probably do a 4+8 psychological explanation and therapies

    The thing is... If they did it would be so predictable (due to papers been taken last year)

    So I don't think it will be.
 
 
 
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