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Predictions for Gender, Aggression and desperately COGNITION AND DEVELOPMENT?!

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For Cognition & Development: Vygotsky's theory (most probably, hasn't been since 2010), Kohlberg's theory of moral understanding and Mirror Neuron System
For Gender: Hormones & Genes and Evolutionary Explanation hasn't been since 2010 and Kohlberg's theory might come up
These are guesses though but i hope it helps
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Any more predictions for gender, aggression and biological rhythms????
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for gender i think its going to be either evolution or genes/hormones
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If you want to know which questions might come up, you can check past paper questions and the ones that haven't come up for a long time they are most likely to come up
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(Original post by ColdHugs22)
for gender i think its going to be either evolution or genes/hormones
oh god i hope you're right because they are the only two i actually feel confident about :')
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any predictions for Relationships, aggression and Eating Behaviour?
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Any predictions for Biological Rhythms and Sleep?
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(Original post by Coolkat)
any predictions for Relationships, aggression and Eating Behaviour?

Eating behaviour:
-biological explanation for an eating disorder
-psychological explanation for an eating disorder
-evolutionary explanation for food preferences

Aggression:
-genetic factors
-group displays
-neural and hormonal mechanisms

Relationships:
-parental investment
-maintenance of relationships
-relationships in different cultures

(I think anyway...)
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any predictions for Relationships, aggression and Eating Behaviour?

Relationships:
Maintenance (never come up)
Culture
Dissolution
Sexual Selection

Aggression:
Institutional
Group Displays
Deindividual
Biological Explanations

Eating:
Neural mechanisms involved
Evolutionary explanations to food pref
Eating Disorders (not sure if bio/psych)
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(Original post by alicewxxx)
Eating behaviour:
-biological explanation for an eating disorder
-psychological explanation for an eating disorder
-evolutionary explanation for food preferences

Aggression:
-genetic factors
-group displays
-neural and hormonal mechanisms

Relationships:
-parental investment
-maintenance of relationships
-relationships in different cultures

(I think anyway...)
This was pretty accurate haha, how did everyone find it? I personally thought the questions were pretty good, could've been a lot worse


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Hi, is this the AQA psych June 11th Unit 3 paper? Could you pleaseeeee tell me what q, came up, for relationships, sleep and aggression...Thankyou
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