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    We don't need to know the cardovasicular section right? I mean the spec doesn't have it and I've never seen it on any past paper before
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    (Original post by 09kmervana)
    Who devised the hassles and uplifts scale?
    Delongis et al


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    For the multistore model I wrote about sensory memory,STM,LTM didn't refer to capacity etc is that okay???

    For limitation of EWT I said many were done in labs so it lacks ecological validity...is that okay?

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    You won't get full 6. maybe 4, maximum as we needed to have talked about specific components within the stores
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    (Original post by Midnight1811)
    You won't get full 6. maybe 4, maximum as we needed to have talked about specific components within the stores
    Ugh that's so annoying, I talked about environmental stimuli, sensory memory, how to get info into STM through rehearsal, then I talked about maintance rehearsal with LTM..then how info can fail to be retrieve through decay etc..still no 6marks??


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    could someone mark my 12 marker on bowlby i replicated from my exam please? i didn't add any new information. Thanks.
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    The marking for psychology isn't like say science where you hit certain points it's how well you have written it overall including detail... just hope for an easy marker!
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    (Original post by Prina_R)
    For the multistore model I wrote about sensory memory,STM,LTM didn't refer to capacity etc is that okay???

    For limitation of EWT I said many were done in labs so it lacks ecological validity...is that okay?

    PLEASE REPLY


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    Not sure about your MSM answer but I put the same as you for the limitation into EWT research, so hopefully we're right! 😬
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    Anyone else going to attempt to learn all unit 2 this weekend haha
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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    Anyone else going to attempt to learn all unit 2 this weekend haha
    Yes I am LOOOL!!
    Starting Friday
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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    Yes I am LOOOL!!
    Starting Friday
    Same haha xD


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    Would anyone be able say how many you think i would get out of 6 for outlining research into conformity?
    Thanks in advance"

    Asch (1956) carried out a study to see how lone participants would react to the behavior of confederates. He used 123 American Volunteers, with only one of these real participants in each trial, as the rest were confederates. They were asked to pick a line that seemed the odd one out from 3 comparison lines, named A, B and C. During the 12 critical trials, where confederates purposely gave incorrect answers, he found that 37% of the real participants also gave incorrect answers and complied every time, and that 75% complied at least once. When questioned as to why they gave incorrect answers, common reasons included; distorted perception, action and judgement. Asch then conducted an extra trial without the use of confederates and found that only 1% gave incorrect answers, so concluded that the lines were not ambiguous so that cannot explain the high levels of conformity. Asch then conducted further trials, using different variations, for example when adding another real participant, he found that conformity levels dropped 5.5% and when making the lines less ambiguous, conformity increasing as the difficulty increased.
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    (Original post by Shamzy25)
    Same haha xD


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    if you want some advice learn the model essays dont do notes from class or books its a waste of time imo i found that essays is the best way any question that comes in the test just stems off the essay so one you know how to write the essay rather than piecing together info and another is it covers most questions in the test apart from maybe definitions
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    (Original post by chloenew23)
    Would anyone be able say how many you think i would get out of 6 for outlining research into conformity?
    Thanks in advance"

    Asch (1956) carried out a study to see how lone participants would react to the behavior of confederates. He used 123 American Volunteers, with only one of these real participants in each trial, as the rest were confederates. They were asked to pick a line that seemed the odd one out from 3 comparison lines, named A, B and C. During the 12 critical trials, where confederates purposely gave incorrect answers, he found that 37% of the real participants also gave incorrect answers and complied every time, and that 75% complied at least once. When questioned as to why they gave incorrect answers, common reasons included; distorted perception, action and judgement. Asch then conducted an extra trial without the use of confederates and found that only 1% gave incorrect answers, so concluded that the lines were not ambiguous so that cannot explain the high levels of conformity. Asch then conducted further trials, using different variations, for example when adding another real participant, he found that conformity levels dropped 5.5% and when making the lines less ambiguous, conformity increasing as the difficulty increased.
    i would say to gain extra marks or just to cover yourself maybe explain the 3 points briefly what Asch concluded but that should be 6 marks
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    (Original post by S.H.A.Z.A.M)
    if you want some advice learn the model essays dont do notes from class or books its a waste of time imo i found that essays is the best way any question that comes in the test just stems off the essay so one you know how to write the essay rather than piecing together info and another is it covers most questions in the test apart from maybe definitions
    Best advice! That's what I've been doing!
    Can't find essays on how the body responds to stress?
    Do we need to know this in detail?
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    Hi guys,

    Loopa have been in touch regarding copyright infringement in this thread. I remind you that sharing copyrighted materials on TSR is against our rules, and is against the law. Now that this has been stated openly, any future infringement of copyright will be dealt with strictly. Good luck with your exams!
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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    Best advice! That's what I've been doing!
    Can't find essays on how the body responds to stress?
    Do we need to know this in detail?
    no it can not be an essay since its not enough to cover 12 marks however it can come up as a 6 marker, does anyone know in social influence can you get asked an essay on resisting obedience and locus of control and independent behaviour or is this something small?
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    (Original post by chloenew23)
    Would anyone be able say how many you think i would get out of 6 for outlining research into conformity?
    Thanks in advance"

    Asch (1956) carried out a study to see how lone participants would react to the behavior of confederates. He used 123 American Volunteers, with only one of these real participants in each trial, as the rest were confederates. They were asked to pick a line that seemed the odd one out from 3 comparison lines, named A, B and C. During the 12 critical trials, where confederates purposely gave incorrect answers, he found that 37% of the real participants also gave incorrect answers and complied every time, and that 75% complied at least once. When questioned as to why they gave incorrect answers, common reasons included; distorted perception, action and judgement. Asch then conducted an extra trial without the use of confederates and found that only 1% gave incorrect answers, so concluded that the lines were not ambiguous so that cannot explain the high levels of conformity. Asch then conducted further trials, using different variations, for example when adding another real participant, he found that conformity levels dropped 5.5% and when making the lines less ambiguous, conformity increasing as the difficulty increased.
    he made 'em more ambiguous; not less!
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    As a class we think the 12 markers on Psya2 could be either cognitive model of abnormality or outline and evaluate research into workplace stress, what do you guys think?


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