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    What's the difference between deprivation and privation?
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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    No one else thinks so but I think this will be the 12 marker!
    How would you evaluate it though for A02, I haven't learnt any evaluations for it!
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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    No one else thinks so but I think this will be the 12 marker!
    Don't say that!
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    (Original post by JuliusSeizure)
    The issue of imposed etic can be used to criticise the strange situation right?!

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    Yes, you can talk about it.
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    (Original post by xtenshiai)
    Hiiiiighly doubt that




    Czech twins - Koluchova
    Genie

    Anyone know if we can use Hodges & Tizard too?
    do not use Genie ans Czech twins they are privation! Neither Hodges & Tizard or Rutter they are all for privation.

    Use Robertsons studies on John & Thomas,Lucy,Jane, Kate
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    (Original post by JuliusSeizure)
    The issue of imposed etic can be used to criticise the strange situation right?!

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    Yes
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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    do not use Genie ans Czech twins they are privation! Neither Hodges & Tizard or Rutter they are all for privation.

    Use Robertsons studies on John & Thomas,Lucy,Jane, Kate
    oops i read privation instead of deprivation
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    (Original post by k.bryan4)
    How would you evaluate it though for A02, I haven't learnt any evaluations for it!
    I quickly learnt this last minute:

    1) Gruneberg who surveyed Paychology students taking their finals and found that 30% used mnemonics in revision particularly anacronyms and acrostic suggesting these aid memory improvement.

    2) O'Hara found that the method of Loci was successful in helping elderly people in the long term especially those who continued this method after training.

    3) Bower et al found that organisation plays a key role in memory improvement. He had two groups and gave both groups a list of 112 words to remember. One group had no method whilst the other group used a "hierachy" method. Found that the group with using a hierachy remembered 2/3x more than those who didnt.
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    (Original post by Fleming1928)
    What's the difference between deprivation and privation?
    privation - bond never formed in the first place
    deprivation - an existing bond being lost

    found some studies/info here
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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    I quickly learnt this last minute:

    1) Gruneberg who surveyed Paychology students taking their finals and found that 30% used mnemonics in revision particularly anacronyms and acrostic suggesting these aid memory improvement.

    2) O'Hara found that the method of Loci was successful in helping elderly people in the long term especially those who continued this method after training.

    3) Bower et al found that organisation plays a key role in memory improvement. He had two groups and gave both groups a list of 112 words to remember. One group had no method whilst the other group used a "hierachy" method. Found that the group with using a hierachy remembered 2/3x more than those who didnt.
    Omg i cannot learn that like hours before the exam! I'm just going to pray it doesn't come up! If it does I'll just have to wing it
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    (Original post by k.bryan4)
    How would you evaluate it though for A02, I haven't learnt any evaluations for it!
    I quickly learnt this last minute:

    1) Gruneberg who surveyed Psychology students taking their finals and found that 30% used mnemonics in revision particularly acronyms and acrostic suggesting these aid memory improvement.

    2) O'Hara found that the method of Loci was successful in helping elderly people in the long term especially those who continued this method after training.

    3) Bower et al found that organisation plays a key role in memory improvement. He had two groups and gave both groups a list of 112 words to remember. One group had no method whilst the other group used a "hierachy" method. Found that the group with using a hierachy remembered 2/3x more than those who didnt.
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    What research can be used for a 12 maker on disruption of attachment, would it be enough to just talk about Robertson and Robertson and their study of John and explain the 3 stages, what other research is there?
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    For encoding, duration and capacity in relation to the msm do you just say certain studies like Miller, Peterson + Peterson etc? I never knew these were for the multistore memory model...I thought they were just in general
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    Those studies are about privation for disruption its the PDD model and case study on John

    (Original post by xtenshiai)
    Hiiiiighly doubt that




    Czech twins - Koluchova
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    (Original post by jaynamodi)
    Those studies are about privation for disruption its the PDD model and case study on John
    Damn I gotta learn that then
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    (Original post by geeee11)
    Can memory strategies come up as a 12 marker?

    no, it can be a maximum of 6 marks
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    (Original post by rswk)
    What research can be used for a 12 maker on disruption of attachment, would it be enough to just talk about Robertson and Robertson and their study of John and explain the 3 stages, what other research is there?
    Say John is a case study therefore lacks generalisability etc. Can say that british children living in urban area's are generally used to being left as parents work therefore are used to seperation which opposes johns study.

    However can say the positives of a case study such as it has rich qualitative uniqhe data etc

    Can say that the studies have mundane realism etc.

    Also can say that other factors may have contributed to effects such as quality, type of attachment, gender, age and previous experiences with seperation! (QTGAP)
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    Someone pls tell me the John study ao1
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    Good luck everyone!
    Really Nervous
    How is everyone feeling about this exam?
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    (Original post by rswk)
    What research can be used for a 12 maker on disruption of attachment, would it be enough to just talk about Robertson and Robertson and their study of John and explain the 3 stages, what other research is there?
    For disruption of attachment, could we use the study of Bowlby's 44 Juvenile Thieves?
 
 
 
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