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    If anyone has good notes on research methods I could really appreciate it! I could send you any of my notes and essays for gender, aggression, eating behaviour, schizophrenia and media! Thank you!
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    (Original post by PhoenixBlaze123)
    http://www.loopa.co.uk/psya3/

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    It's locked until you like his page on facebook but i dont have facebook
    will you be able to send me them?
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    (Original post by brown_eyes)
    Can anyone tell me what the loopa predictions are for relationships and gender? I can't seem to access them ? x


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    Gender- bio approach/ Evo approach/ biosocial theory/ culture

    Relationships- breakdown/ formation/ culture/ sexual selection
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    The examiners don't like IDAs in psya4 so I would avoid them. Stick to supportive research/contradictory/methodology
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    (Original post by NHM)
    Gender- bio approach/ Evo approach/ biosocial theory/ culture

    Relationships- breakdown/ formation/ culture/ sexual selection
    thankyouu
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    (Original post by CAPTAINSHAZAM)
    Does anyone know for culture in relationships how studies can be used for A02? For each study how can you open it with if it supports or refutes since there isnt really a model or theory its just differences between culture. Would you just say this study supports there being major differences amongst cultures??? Would this be credited as A02?
    I'm also struggling with this! Anyonee??
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    feel completely lost with this revision, I've attempted memorising essays but literally couldn't tell you one thing i've learnt as it's just not going in feels like revising for this exam is just a huge waste of time!
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    (Original post by Jhbragg1998)
    The examiners don't like IDAs in psya4 so I would avoid them. Stick to supportive research/contradictory/methodology
    How do you know this? I swear the main thing they dislike is methodology because it never gets contextualised?
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    (Original post by CAPTAINSHAZAM)
    Does anyone know for culture in relationships how studies can be used for A02? For each study how can you open it with if it supports or refutes since there isnt really a model or theory its just differences between culture. Would you just say this study supports there being major differences amongst cultures??? Would this be credited as A02?
    I normally say that the studies support the ideas I have mentioned um for example the idea that Western emphasis on love leads to loneliness is supported by a study by Seepersad et al...

    But this is just what I've been doing and come to think of it I'm not entirely sure it's correct
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    (Original post by Bekah22)
    How do you know this? I swear the main thing they dislike is methodology because it never gets contextualised?
    This is true. IDA is far easier to get marks on, stick with it
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    (Original post by bmarek)
    I'm also struggling with this! Anyonee??
    with like collectivist having arranged marriages and such you can just word it like this, go into more detail though.
    AO2
    Goodwin et al findings challenge this as they found that only 8% of Hindu Gujarati couples living in Leicester had completely 'arranged marriages'. 73% of these couples were introduced by third parties and had considerable choice about when they wanted to get married
    -> This highlights the importance of cultural differences that researches need to consider
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    (Original post by bmarek)
    I'm also struggling with this! Anyonee??
    You need to say how each research supports whether there is a culture difference or if there isn't a difference. For example, Levine et al supports that there is a difference in attitudes towards love across cultures while evidence by Moore and Leung opposes the idea that romantic love is different across cultures with the example of Chinese Australian students vs Anglo Australian students. Can't believe I remembered all that!

    So yes it's like how the original question states, either argue that there is a difference or there isn't a difference. I have a paragraph about urbanisation in India leading to th differences disappearing due to westernisation/urbanisation. Hope this helps
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    (Original post by A-LJLB)
    This is true. IDA is far easier to get marks on, stick with it
    I thought you don't use ida in psya4?
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    (Original post by Jhbragg1998)
    You need to say how each research supports whether there is a culture difference or if there isn't a difference. For example, Levine et al supports that there is a difference in attitudes towards love across cultures while evidence by Moore and Leung opposes the idea that romantic love is different across cultures with the example of Chinese Australian students vs Anglo Australian students. Can't believe I remembered all that!

    So yes it's like how the original question states, either argue that there is a difference or there isn't a difference. I have a paragraph about urbanisation in India leading to th differences disappearing due to westernisation/urbanisation. Hope this helps
    Can I pm you a bit of my cultural essay i'm a bit iffy with?
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    If anyone has good notes on research methods I could really appreciate it! I could send you any of my notes and essays for gender, aggression, eating behaviour, schizophrenia and media! Thank you!
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    (Original post by Hihihi123)
    I thought you don't use ida in psya4?
    You don't have to, but you can do. Although I prefer not to as it just appears as weak AO2
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    (Original post by Jhbragg1998)
    You need to say how each research supports whether there is a culture difference or if there isn't a difference. For example, Levine et al supports that there is a difference in attitudes towards love across cultures while evidence by Moore and Leung opposes the idea that romantic love is different across cultures with the example of Chinese Australian students vs Anglo Australian students. Can't believe I remembered all that!

    So yes it's like how the original question states, either argue that there is a difference or there isn't a difference. I have a paragraph about urbanisation in India leading to th differences disappearing due to westernisation/urbanisation. Hope this helps
    Oh I see. Thanks so much that really helped!
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    Anyone got any good evaluation for taste aversion, for evolutionary attitudes of eating behaviour, i have the study from Sandell and Bresell and thats it.
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    If anyone has a good cultural influences on gender essay could you please send it me :-)

    Thanks
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    (Original post by Hihihi123)
    Can I pm you a bit of my cultural essay i'm a bit iffy with?
    Yeah!
 
 
 
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