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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    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)
    Thank you!
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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?
    I know the PDD model but not in relevance to John, but we were taught to use Bowlby's 44 thieves study
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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?
    Sounds like enough but to be safe you could talk about Robertson and Robertson's study on Laura. She was hospitalised for a week. At first she begs for her parents to stay with her when they visit. Then slowly she has to cope with the disappointment. I guess you could use the PDD model with this too?
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    (Original post by saraahaley)
    no, it can be a maximum of 6 marks
    ah ok, thank you
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    Guys, say in the exam, i cannot remember the names of the researchers... If i write random names or no names at all, how many marks do i lose?
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    Good luck everyone for this exam! Nobody panic, do the exam and move on, exams are not everything! All you can do is try your best! And remember life is full of second chances, there are loads of options if you feel you have messed up! Good luck
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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    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
    I literally just mention them in brackets, e.g.
    -The STM has a duration of roughly 18 seconds (Peterson + Peterson) + has a capacity of 7+/-2 chunks (Miller) + mainly encodes info acoustically.
    -The LTM has unlimited capacity + duration + encodes info semantically (Baddeley). Info can be recalled from the LTM back into the STM when it’s needed.

    But also explain the sensory memory (i.e. large capacity but very brief duration!) Hope that helps
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    (Original post by alevels2k15)
    Guys, say in the exam, i cannot remember the names of the researchers... If i write random names or no names at all, how many marks do i lose?
    You won't lose marks just put "research shows...."
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    (Original post by alevels2k15)
    Guys, say in the exam, i cannot remember the names of the researchers... If i write random names or no names at all, how many marks do i lose?
    try to remember but if u cant, write "research has shown"
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    (Original post by geeee11)
    You won't lose marks just put "research shows...."
    (Original post by xtenshiai)
    try to remember but if u cant, write "research has shown"
    Thankyou!
    Good luck!
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    (Original post by alevels2k15)
    Good luck everyone!
    Really Nervous
    How is everyone feeling about this exam?
    Personally I'm extremely nervous
    Can't stop using the toilet and trying to cram daycare -_-


    Good luck!
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    [QUOTE=alevels2k15;55649017]Guys, say in the exam, i cannot remember the names of the researchers... If i write random names or no names at all, how many marks do i lose?[/QUOTE

    You can still get full marks if the study is accurate and able to be indentified. Do not make up names! just say "A researcher"
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    (Original post by alevels2k15)
    Guys, say in the exam, i cannot remember the names of the researchers... If i write random names or no names at all, how many marks do i lose?
    For AS you don't need to write the researcher's name as long as the study's description is identifiable to the examiner. Don't make up random names.
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    (Original post by gwhite14)
    I literally just mention them in brackets, e.g.
    -The STM has a duration of roughly 18 seconds (Peterson + Peterson) + has a capacity of 7+/-2 chunks (Miller) + mainly encodes info acoustically.
    -The LTM has unlimited capacity + duration + encodes info semantically (Baddeley). Info can be recalled from the LTM back into the STM when it’s needed.

    But also explain the sensory memory (i.e. large capacity but very brief duration!) Hope that helps
    thank you, I didn't know it had a large capacity!
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    what is the difference between privation, deprivation, institutionalisation and disruption of attachment?
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    MSM
    AO1

    Sensory input
    brief duration
    v (attention)

    STM
    acoustic, limited cap., 7+-2 items (miller), 18s duration (peterson + peterson) (god i hate writing a name twice)

    v (rehearsal)

    LTM
    semantic (baddeley)
    unlimited cap., unlimited duration (?)

    AO2

    murdoch serial position effect, primary/recency effect -> evidence 2 stores

    lab studies

    important research/foundation

    PET scans evidence for diff stores

    ignores nature of info. (easy to recall funny/relevant info)

    now i reaaaally hope MSM is the 12 marker
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    difference between covert and single blind?
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    (Original post by Relish)
    what is the difference between privation, deprivation, institutionalisation and disruption of attachment?
    Privation - when a child has never formed an attachment with a caregiver.

    Deprivation - occurs when an attachment bond is formed but is broken later on a long-term basis

    Institution - Place where a children are placed when their parents are not able to care for them. Deprivation occurs here! (Child forms an attachment with caregiver. Care giver leaves.)

    Disruption of attachment - This is similar to deprivation. For example if a mother leaves a child for 5 straight weeks the attachment bond is distributed. It's short term.
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    What time is everyone's exam?


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    (Original post by Kloekayne)
    What time is everyone's exam?


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    same time 1:30
 
 
 
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