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    (Original post by Im130)
    I'm so confused.....can someone let me know if their teachers taught them the cultural influence on gender roles the same way as my teacher did?

    Basically, my teacher taught us Mead's study of Papua New Guinea in more depth than there is in the textbooks. And she told us to do it as A01, and then use other studies as A02 to support/refute Mead's conclusion of cultural influence.

    But, in textbooks, I'm reading these other things about A01 being "cultural similarities: division of labour" and "cultural variation: magnitude of sex differences"......wasn't taught these things in class at all....

    So yeah, can someone tell me if they also learned cultural influences on gender the way my teacher taught it?
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    Okay guys it's all cool.

    I've found a sildeshare document with the same way of talking about cultural influence, as my teacher taught, so my teacher probably wasn't crazy and taught correct material

    but then again......apparently in previous years kids used to write about lynch mobs as a group display (presumably because their teacher taught them that) and AQA gave them no marks, saying it isn't a group display........some textbooks had it too though.......humans in general are unreliable i guess
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    (Original post by wabbit998)
    I would probably give it 5 or 6 good detail about the SCN, but I would probably include stuff about hormones in the menstrual cycle as well, so there is more breadth to the essay.
    ok, ill make some improvements, thanks!
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    (Original post by wabbit998)
    I would probably give it 5 or 6 good detail about the SCN, but I would probably include stuff about hormones in the menstrual cycle as well, so there is more breadth to the essay.
    Actually, I believe the spec changed since it was last asked, it's now explicitly EP &EZs for circadian rhythms
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    (Original post by TMC113)
    Actually, I believe the spec changed since it was last asked, it's now explicitly EP &EZs for circadian rhythms
    Yep. Menstrual cycle or anything is not needed
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    For these 24 markers does anyone think that the examiner markings are consistent? I'm worried about this because my teacher is an examiner and for a few of my essays he gave me C grades and I got worried and then gave the exact essays back to him a few months later to mark and he gave me A* grades and said no improvement was needed... Could this be due to examiners not getting much guidance or perhaps it is my teacher in particular as I need an a* for university and am very worried about this
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    Sociobiological explanation for the Formation of Relationships? Kill two birds with one stone.


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    (Original post by A-LJLB)
    Yep. Menstrual cycle or anything is not needed
    As its so specific about circadian rhythms, it will probably ask about the role of both EP&EZ


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    (Original post by TMC113)
    As its so specific about circadian rhythms, it will probably ask about the role of both EP&EZ


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    It'll be and/or, and I'm probably just gonna focus on EP because I'm so much more confident with it
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    (Original post by A-LJLB)
    It'll be and/or, and I'm probably just gonna focus on EP because I'm so much more confident with it
    The thing is they work together, so it's difficult to discuss EP without mentioning how light influences the SCN
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    Has anyone seen the loopa predictions for this year, can they be trusted??
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    (Original post by TMC113)
    The thing is they work together, so it's difficult to discuss EP without mentioning how light influences the SCN
    I have an entire essay on the EP?
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    (Original post by A-LJLB)
    I have an entire essay on the EP?
    Yeah I know, but you surely have mentioned light somewhere?
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    (Original post by TMC113)
    Yeah I know, but you surely have mentioned light somewhere?
    Only in a sentence "EPs also interact with environmental cues, EZs, such as light" Somethinng like that so not really... They're separate essays
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    Quick food for thought guys!

    So I was thinking last year institutional aggression came up on the replacement paper but before that It hadnt come up for a long time .... So I'm thinking what are the possibilities of us getting a question on institutional aggression considering it hadn't come up for a long time even though it was on the replacement paper... Also how many years in advance are the papers written? Don't know if I've just said makes sense I'll post this anyway ....
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    (Original post by bestustar135)
    Has anyone seen the loopa predictions for this year, can they be trusted??
    the problem with psychology predictions is that AQA have an awful habit of repeating questions they have already set, and ignoring questions we haven't seen for years! thus its almost impossible to predict whats going to come up on a logical basis. sorry!
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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    Quick food for thought guys!

    So I was thinking last year institutional aggression came up on the replacement paper but before that It hadnt come up for a long time .... So I'm thinking what are the possibilities of us getting a question on institutional aggression considering it hadn't come up for a long time even though it was on the replacement paper... Also how many years in advance are the papers written? Don't know if I've just said makes sense I'll post this anyway ....
    as far as i am aware, the papers are only written one year in advance.
    i sure hope the question is on institutional aggression!
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    (Original post by miajohnsonhall)
    as far as i am aware, the papers are only written one year in advance.
    i sure hope the question is on institutional aggression!
    Lasts year's unit 3 wasn't replaced though, only unit 4, as it was stolen! I strongly doubt that it will be, that will be 3 years of social questions


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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    Quick food for thought guys!

    So I was thinking last year institutional aggression came up on the replacement paper but before that It hadnt come up for a long time .... So I'm thinking what are the possibilities of us getting a question on institutional aggression considering it hadn't come up for a long time even though it was on the replacement paper... Also how many years in advance are the papers written? Don't know if I've just said makes sense I'll post this anyway ....
    Institutional wasn't on the replacement paper, it WAs on the original paper, only psya4 had a replacement so I doubt it will come up really..
    Also the papers are written 2/3 years in advance, well that's what my teacher said at least
 
 
 
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