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    (Original post by Zahra96)
    Silly me I didnt put the example of ROYGBIV thinking that it doesnt relate to the ten words. Regret this already :'(

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    It was only a 2 marker, right? They wouldn't be looking for lots of detail
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    (Original post by Jimmy_G123)
    ??
    I may be completely wrong, and this might not be the study that you're referring to, but Main did a study where he interviewed children at age 9 and found that their attachment type was influenced by their mother, which supports the idea of monotropy, doesn't criticise the idea of the critical period.

    It might be a completely different study though. D'you know the name of the researcher who did your study?
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    (Original post by Dhanihk)
    For the 6 mark question on the effect of anxiety on EWT, did Loftus' Weapon-Focus effect study count?
    I'm pretty sure it does. I wrote about that too :/
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    (Original post by emilialucy)
    Limitation of MSM:
    I put: 1) Lockhard et al proposed that ensuring memories are created by processing rather than maintenance rehearsal.
    2) Case study of KF suggests that STM + LTM is not unitary stores.

    Limitation of anxiety on EWT:
    I put something about individual differences

    Strength of the SS:
    I said it was a naturalistic observation and thus had high ecological validity as infants and children were in their home (real life environment) ... (kind of made that one up).
    But SS is a laboratory experiment?

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    (Original post by Dhanihk)
    For the 6 mark question on the effect of anxiety on EWT, did Loftus' Weapon-Focus effect study count?
    I did this one and my teacher seemed to think it was alright
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    (Original post by Dhanihk)
    It was only a 2 marker, right? They wouldn't be looking for lots of detail
    Okay thanks for reassurance ah im not scared of incorrect answers- im worried about losing marks on each question- thats like jumping grade boundaries :/

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    (Original post by Layleexx)
    I may be completely wrong, and this might not be the study that you're referring to, but Main did a study where he interviewed children at age 9 and found that their attachment type was influenced by their mother, which supports the idea of monotropy, doesn't criticise the idea of the critical period.

    It might be a completely different study though. D'you know the name of the researcher who did your study?
    Yes it was Hodges and Tizard who studied adopted children from institutional care ygm?
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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    Guys I reckon I got a B in this test now I reckon I can get a B overall however I still haven't learned conformity and abnormality, I've done stress almost. Is it possible to learn these two in under a week?
    Lol same! Finished stress a few days ago, if you learn two topics a day, one from each section you will finish just before..well this is what I'm going to do and I aim to finish on Sunday so I can try one past paper..but as I've finished stress, I've started practising questions on it


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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    Guys I reckon I got a B in this test now I reckon I can get a B overall however I still haven't learned conformity and abnormality, I've done stress almost. Is it possible to learn these two in under a week?
    Well I've only done a bit of Unit 2 revision so I'm going to attempt it all in one week. I'm thinking it will be fine... hopefully:')
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    (Original post by Layleexx)
    Omg I did the exact same thing!
    you won't loose marks, critical period is the same thing as sensitive period
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    (Original post by SEGHaynes)
    For some stupid reason, for the 6 mark question asking the effect of anxiety on EWT, i wrote about the Memon study (age on accuracy) do you think i still might be able to get a couple of marks?!?!
    I don't think so as it specifically stated anxiety but I could be wrong
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    For the ao2 points for the 12 marker.
    strengths were research support by tronick et al supporting bowbly that attachment and caregiving was universal.
    Schaffer and Emerson supported bowlbys monotropy concept as they found the PCG was the most important.
    then I wrote sroufe in a longitudinal study concluded that there was a link between secure attachment and social competence supporting bowlbys continuity hypothesis.

    Weaknesses was rutter suggested the multiple attachment model where all attachments infants form were integrated into one and equal going against bowlbys concept of monotropy.
    Kagen suggested the temperament hypothesis where attachment depends on temperament of child as well
    and I said the learning thenry contradicts bowlbys theory as it suggested attachment forms through learning and isn't a innate and biological process.

    My ao1 was good I think. I mean I think I've done enough for the ao2 but what u guys think.
    Thanks
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    Guys I put the Minnesota case study and McCarthy case study in ao2 to support Bowlby's theory? Do you think this will gain credit?
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    Grade boundary predictions? Higher or lower than last years?
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    (Original post by Rik21)
    Grade boundary predictions? Higher or lower than last years?
    I think higher as the majority of people I've spoke to found it easier but you never know


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    What was the operationalised directional hypothesis?
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    (Original post by izzi23)
    Here's your list of exam questions I believe... if anyone wants to elaborate/knows the exact wording then feel free to contribute!

    MEMORY

    Identify IV and DV [2]
    Outline multi-store model [6]
    Two limitations of multi store model [4]
    Outline research into anxiety on EWT (including what participants did and findings) [6]
    Limitation of anxiety on EWT [2]
    Cognitive interview (knife attack) [4]
    Directional hypothesis [2]
    Outline memory improvement strategy [2]
    Strengths/limitations for case studies [4]
    Pilot study [4]

    ATTACHMENT

    Define secure attachment [2]
    Strength of the strange situation [2]
    Difference between insecure-avoidant and insecure-resistant in SS [4]
    Findings into cultural variations of attachment [4]
    How to conduct a random sample [2]
    Why random sample is better than volunteer sample [2]
    Explain how mother would show demand characteristics in SS [2]
    BPS guidelines - ethical issues of strange situation [6]
    Outline and evaluate Bowlby's theory of attachment [12]



    dentify IV and DV [2] D,A


    Outline multi-store model [6] Duration, capacity, encoding of STM +LTM


    Two limitations of multi store model [4] patient K.F verbal stm impaired, visual stm ok


    Baddley dual task proves msm is not unitary


    Outline research into anxiety on EWT (including what participants did and findings) [6] weapon focus effect loftus >> man with blood vs man with grease on his hands


    Limitation of anxiety on EWT [2] ethical>> causes distress


    Cognitive interview (knife attack) [4] context reinstatement, recall everything, reverse order, alternative view


    Directional hypothesis [2] the group which is taught the memory improvement strategy will recall more correct items from the list of 10 than the group which is not taught the memory improvement strategy


    Outline memory improvement strategy [2] method of loci


    Strengths/limitations for case studies [4] non reoresentative>> cant generalise


    Influentialich qualitative data


    Pilot study [4]


    Standaridisenstrctuins, timing, if photos are suitabke, if memory strategy is approproate


    ATTACHMENT




    Define secure attachment [2]parent ia used as safe base to explore, high seperation protest, stranger anxiety and happy at reuinon


    Strength of the strange situation [2] lab study >controlled> replicate


    Difference between insecure-avoidant and insecure-resistant in SS [4] avoidant doesnt care no stranger anxiety no sepration protest resistant =ambivalent high stranger anxiety and seoeration protest


    Findings into cultural variations of attachment [4] van ijzendoorn kroonwnberg more variation within than between, japan=high resiatnce moatky secure all over the world, etc


    How to conduct a random sample [2] names>paper>hat>pick 10 or random number generator


    Why random sample is better than volunteer sample [2] is kess biased/subjective as volunteers may have motive for wanting to participate


    Explain how mother would show demand characteristics in SS [2] social desirabikity bias, more care


    BPS guidelines - ethical issues of strange situation [6]debrief= tell them resukts,aims od study and what it all means


    Condidentitality keep ppts private deception, dont dexieve, withdrawal ket them withdraw if its too distressing


    Outline and evaluate Bowlby's theory of attachment [12. SoMAGIC Ao2 lorenz, hazan shaver love quiz, schaffer and emmerson, hodges and tixard, lamb, ][/QUOTE
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    For the 6 mark EWT question could you have written about Christianson & Hubinette?
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    (Original post by Jimmy_G123)
    Yes it was Hodges and Tizard who studied adopted children from institutional care ygm?
    Ohh right yeah that should be completely fine.
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    (Original post by SEGHaynes)
    you won't loose marks, critical period is the same thing as sensitive period
    Thanks!
 
 
 
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