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    nah i did cognitive-deveopmental theories
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    (Original post by James115)
    So many people I know wrote about social approaches to gender development instead of psychological approaches. Anyone else do this?

    Well I did add in the biosocial approach but mainly discussed the psychology explanations i.e. Kohlberg and the gender scheme theory and then the biology explanation, which was pretty vague.
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    did anyone do perception?
    what did you all think of the nature-nurture debate in perception development question?
    i thought it was alright



    one thing, what happens if names a research that was relevant to the question the name of the researcher was not that one they won't penalise me if i only did it once right?
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    I though the exam was alright it could have been better.......i did relationships, gender and eating.......for the gender section i wrote about the biosocial approach for the first part and gender constancy theory for the second part.......but a lot of people have been saying biosocial is not a psychological approach?? :
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    (Original post by hdin1)
    I though the exam was alright it could have been better.......i did relationships, gender and eating.......for the gender section i wrote about the biosocial approach for the first part and gender constancy theory for the second part.......but a lot of people have been saying biosocial is not a psychological approach?? :

    Gender constancy is a psychological approach, biosocial is erm, i can't remember, but it's fine you mentioned it but how comes you mentioned it in the first part when it asked for psychological approaches i.e. constancy/schemas and biological explanations?

    Biosocial is a combination of both biological and social, i think, but emphasis on social consequences on gender development, so yeah....
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    Gender constancy is a psychological approach, biosocial is erm, i can't remember, but it's fine you mentioned it but how comes you mentioned it in the first part when it asked for psychological approaches i.e. constancy/schemas and biological explanations?

    Biosocial is a combination of both biological and social, i think, but emphasis on social consequences on gender development, so yeah....
    yeah my mistake.....i think i just got confused.....i think i didnt read the question properly!
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    I dont know how this went.....

    i did gender eating behaviour and relationships. :/

    gender i thought was so large - jst spke about kohlberg gender constancy theory and schema. then for biological genes etc. tried to do as much synopticity as possible just dont know if i had enough ao2

    relationships i wasnt happy with question i just forgot the names of the studies.......so just spoke about them. managed to put loads of syno in but not enough ao2 yet again

    and then eating i think i did ok but i just had so much to write so hoping the essay didnt look muddled. im quite looking forward to seeing what i get on this .... and i want to get my paper back so i can see where i went wrong. definitely going to keep going over on revision for this paper though as i am more than likely retaking it in june. xxx
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    (Original post by lozza11)
    I dont know how this went.....

    i did gender eating behaviour and relationships. :/

    gender i thought was so large - jst spke about kohlberg gender constancy theory and schema. then for biological genes etc. tried to do as much synopticity as possible just dont know if i had enough ao2

    relationships i wasnt happy with question i just forgot the names of the studies.......so just spoke about them. managed to put loads of syno in but not enough ao2 yet again

    and then eating i think i did ok but i just had so much to write so hoping the essay didnt look muddled. im quite looking forward to seeing what i get on this .... and i want to get my paper back so i can see where i went wrong. definitely going to keep going over on revision for this paper though as i am more than likely retaking it in june. xxx

    What do you mean synoptic?
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    Gender constancy is a psychological approach, biosocial is erm, i can't remember, but it's fine you mentioned it but how comes you mentioned it in the first part when it asked for psychological approaches i.e. constancy/schemas and biological explanations?

    Biosocial is a combination of both biological and social, i think, but emphasis on social consequences on gender development, so yeah....

    You could of also spoke about Social contexts i.e. Behavioural (slt and Operant conditioning).
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    I thought SLT and operant conditioning came under social approaches.
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    (Original post by Orihime)
    You could of also spoke about Social contexts i.e. Behavioural (slt and Operant conditioning).

    Yes, but it asked for psychological and biological theories.
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    Yes, but it asked for psychological and biological theories.

    I am well aware of that, malsy, but what I wanted to emphasize is that the Social context bit in the Nelson Thornes book is also a psychological explanation (see, I can also make words bold) .
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    Hmmm, bizarre.
    OK then. ^
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    (Original post by lozza11)
    BROADWAY RACHAEL can u mail me that table please - [Mod edit: Please don't post email addresses on the forum]
    Sorry, it wasn't me who had it I was hoping to be sent it! Anyway, found the exam ok, not too much of a problem..
    Gender was FANTASTIC! I had so much to write and so much evaluation Really confident there..
    Sleep was odd.. the 4 marker really threw me off, but I liked the other questions
    Relationships was horrible. Just horrible.
    So no guesses how i've done!!
 
 
 
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