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    I know there are a couple of general threads about but I thought it would be helpful if we could have a separate one for each exam.

    I'll probably be typing my revision notes up so can probably upload them for anyone that wants help.

    How is everyone feeling about this? Are you enjoying it?

    Share your unit 3 notes & thoughts & exam predictions here!

    I'll make a list in this post of everyone that's doing it if you want?
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    (Original post by ohsnapitschels)
    I know there are a couple of general threads about but I thought it would be helpful if we could have a separate one for each exam.

    I'll probably be typing my revision notes up so can probably upload them for anyone that wants help.

    How is everyone feeling about this? Are you enjoying it?

    Share your unit 3 notes & thoughts & exam predictions here!

    I'll make a list in this post of everyone that's doing it if you want?
    woah!! that would be so great of you to upload revision notes! i need help in essay writing and structure, i dont know how to structure my essays and present a clear line of argument, i am absolutely dreading this exam lol and from now until january i wont have a psychology teacher ( :afraid: but what i have noticed is that for the relationship topics, the maintenance of relationships has never come up, i have a weird feeling it will come up this year, oh yeah btw the topics i am doing is relationships, eating behavior and aggression and also to secure over a b or a solid b in this exam you need to get 15 marks in each essay, which sounds good but for the amount of information we have to remember *yikes* how are you going to revise for this and what topics are you currently doing or will be doing? ssoooo sorry for the long message i just had a lot to say lol
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    I'm doing Relationships, Eating Behaviour and either Perception or Developmental or Sleep Cycles. One of the advantages of being self taught is that I can basically do my own thing.

    I'm going to revise by making essay plans I think. I don't want to actually memorise essays because that to me is a bit complicated but I do want to end up for an essay plan for every possible exam question. Just a few bullet point guidelines to follow you know?

    Haha that's okay long is good, to be honest it's nice that someone's actually replied. I thought I was going to be all alone in here.

    I need an A/A* which scares me a bit. But I'm hoping the rest of my exams will make up for it! Because I really don't feel like Unit 3 will be for me. To be honest I'd be thrilled with a high C in this one lol! I'm hoping to get as close to 100ums as possible in the AS exams so that I have a bit more flexibility with these exams! 90 in both of these exams and I only have to get 70 in both of the A2 exams. I'm thinking I could probably get 90 in Unit 1&2, 75 in Unit 4, and then 65 in Unit 3. That way I still get my A but with only a middle C in this paper.

    That's the hope anyway lol!
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    (Original post by ohsnapitschels)
    I'm doing Relationships, Eating Behaviour and either Perception or Developmental or Sleep Cycles. One of the advantages of being self taught is that I can basically do my own thing.

    I'm going to revise by making essay plans I think. I don't want to actually memorise essays because that to me is a bit complicated but I do want to end up for an essay plan for every possible exam question. Just a few bullet point guidelines to follow you know?

    Haha that's okay long is good, to be honest it's nice that someone's actually replied. I thought I was going to be all alone in here.

    I need an A/A* which scares me a bit. But I'm hoping the rest of my exams will make up for it! Because I really don't feel like Unit 3 will be for me. To be honest I'd be thrilled with a high C in this one lol! I'm hoping to get as close to 100ums as possible in the AS exams so that I have a bit more flexibility with these exams! 90 in both of these exams and I only have to get 70 in both of the A2 exams. I'm thinking I could probably get 90 in Unit 1&2, 75 in Unit 4, and then 65 in Unit 3. That way I still get my A but with only a middle C in this paper.

    That's the hope anyway lol!

    loooooooool i know what it feels like when no one answers your question... plus i dont see why other people havent replied to this thread i mean you even offered to help. hey i got a really good idea, you learn 90% of what you teach, so we can explain stuff to each other and share notes and stuff, tbh psychology iis my weakest subject i dont know hoow to structure essays, plus i have no teacher for psychology till January so i am self teaching myself as well, its so awesome that we are both doing eating behaviour and relationships. and thats a really good plan! its actually so easy to get an A in unit 3 in terms of marks so you can defo get an A but as for unit 4, i am just going to make sure i smash the research methods section xD
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    loooooooool i know what it feels like when no one answers your question... plus i dont see why other people havent replied to this thread i mean you even offered to help. hey i got a really good idea, you learn 90% of what you teach, so we can explain stuff to each other and share notes and stuff, tbh psychology iis my weakest subject i dont know hoow to structure essays, plus i have no teacher for psychology till January so i am self teaching myself as well, its so awesome that we are both doing eating behaviour and relationships. and thats a really good plan! its actually so easy to get an A in unit 3 in terms of marks so you can defo get an A but as for unit 4, i am just going to make sure i smash the research methods section xD
    Yep sounds like a plan. I'm not 100% about the structure of essays but I'm sure we can find some model answers and work it out.
    Yes research methods may be what saves me.
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    (Original post by ohsnapitschels)
    Yep sounds like a plan. I'm not 100% about the structure of essays but I'm sure we can find some model answers and work it out.
    Yes research methods may be what saves me.

    looool yes!! two minds are definantly better than 1!! is it ok if i send you a friend request i am new to student room and your a really nice person xD it will save us aha
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    (Original post by ohsnapitschels)
    I know there are a couple of general threads about but I thought it would be helpful if we could have a separate one for each exam.

    I'll probably be typing my revision notes up so can probably upload them for anyone that wants help.

    How is everyone feeling about this? Are you enjoying it?

    Share your unit 3 notes & thoughts & exam predictions here!

    I'll make a list in this post of everyone that's doing it if you want?
    For those doing PSYA3:

    I have uploaded my relationships, aggression and eating behaviour essays, most of the essays are marked A grades with some marked A*: http://www.mediafire.com/download/yj...Behaviour.docx

    I've already done this exam last year and here are some tips from me:

    -Make sure your A01 is concise
    -Do not start your A02 points with a researcher's name, they will mark it as A01! make sure you start your A02 points with e.g. 'There is research to support..., for example .... found'
    -Always refer back to what you said in your A01
    -Make sure you have 1/3 A01 and about 2/3 A02.
    -Make sure you have IDA points!
    -SLT and deindividuation are not reductionist!

    • Reductionism only refers to reducing behaviour to a lower level of explanation i.e. reducing psychological explanations into biological ones. Examiner Report - June 2010 (bottom of page 3 / top of page 4)
      “The term ‘reductionism’ was regularly misused to refer to approaches that focused on a single model or explanation, e.g. cognitive, psychoanalytic, evolutionary or behavioural. Such approaches may be criticised as narrow or limited, but they are not necessarily reductionist. The term ‘reductionism’ came from biology, and refers to explanations at the lowest and most detailed level; e.g. studying the functions of the liver by studying individual liver cells, or the functions of the brain by examining individual neurons. In psychology, the term is most appropriately applied to biological explanations (e.g. genetics, neurotransmitters, hormones) of complex human behaviours such as schizophrenia, eating disorders and aggression. Such reductionist explanations can be legitimately criticised as ignoring psychological, social and cultural factors. However, the social learning theory of aggression or anorexia nervosa is not reductionist because it ignores genetic factors; it is narrow or limited.”

    -wherever the word 'including' is on the spec that means you could be asked two seperate 24 mark questions e.g. ‘Biological explanations of AN, including neural and evolutionary explanations’ you could be asked to:

    • Describe and evaluate biological explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate neural explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate evolutionary explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)

    If you are asked about biological explanations then you can used neural explanations and/or evolutionary explanations.
    -make sure you are ready for 4 mark, 8 mark, 12 mark and 24 mark question for each essay.

    and finally start revising early, don't leave it near the exam or you will regret it!

    Past papers and Mark schemes can be found here: http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/psych...d-mark-schemes


    past exam questions for Relationships, Aggression and Eating Behaviour:
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    Relationships:

    2010
    Jan: Sex differences, parent-offspring conflict (25)
    June: nature of relationships in different cultures (25)

    2011
    Jan: two or more theories of formation of romantic relationships (25)
    June: influence of childhood and/or adolescent experiences on adult relationships (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into breakdown of relationships (24)
    June: Sexual selection and human reproductive behaviour (24)

    2013
    Jan: One theory of formation of romantic relationships (12)
    Research into the influence of childhood on adult relationships (12)
    June: One theory of maintenance of relationships (12)
    Influence of culture on romantic relationships (12)


    Aggression:


    2010
    June: one social psychological theory of aggression (21)

    2011
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression (25)
    June: neural and/or hormonal mechanisms in aggression (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into institutional aggression (4)
    one or more evolutionary explanations of group display (20)
    June: one or more social psychological theories of aggression (24)

    2013
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression, including infidelity and/or jealousy (24)
    June: One evolutionary explanation of group display in human aggression (4)
    genetic factors of aggression (20)


    Eating behaviour:

    2010
    June: explanations of one eating disorder (25)

    2011
    Jan: role of one or more factors that influence attitudes to food (12)
    The role of neural mechanisms in controlling eating (13)
    June: one psychological explanation of one eating disorder (5)
    Evolutionary explanation of food preference (20)

    2012
    Jan: neural mechanisms involved in the control of eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline one explanation of an eating disorder (4)
    Explanations for the success and/or failure of dieting (20)

    2013
    Jan: factors influencing attitudes to food and/or eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline and evaluate one biological explanation of an eating disorder (24)


    All the best
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    hey I was wondering if anyone has any model essays for lifespan changes in sleep - I am so stuck on how to get 16 marks for evaluation on it!!! ( other than supporting studies) xx
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    (Original post by nm786)
    For those doing PSYA3:

    I have uploaded my relationships, aggression and eating behaviour essays, most of the essays are marked A grades with some marked A*: http://www.mediafire.com/download/2h...+Behaviour.pdf

    I've already done this exam last year and here are some tips from me:

    -Make sure your A01 is concise
    -Do not start your A02 points with a researcher's name, they will mark it as A01! make sure you start your A02 points with e.g. 'There is research to support..., for example .... found'
    -Always refer back to what you said in your A01
    -Make sure you have 1/3 A01 and about 2/3 A02.
    -Make sure you have IDA points!
    -SLT and deindividuation are not reductionist!

    • Reductionism only refers to reducing behaviour to a lower level of explanation i.e. reducing psychological explanations into biological ones. Examiner Report - June 2010 (bottom of page 3 / top of page 4)

    -wherever the word 'including' is on the spec that means you could be asked two seperate 24 mark questions e.g. ‘Biological explanations of AN, including neural and evolutionary explanations’ you could be asked to:

    • Describe and evaluate biological explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate neural explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate evolutionary explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)

    If you are asked about biological explanations then you can used neural explanations and/or evolutionary explanations.
    -make sure you are ready for 4 mark, 8 mark, 12 mark and 24 mark question for each essay.

    and finally start revising early, don't leave it near the exam or you will regret it!

    Past papers and Mark schemes can be found here: http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/psych...d-mark-schemes


    past exam questions for Relationships, Aggression and Eating Behaviour:
    Spoiler:
    Show
    Relationships:

    2010
    Jan: Sex differences, parent-offspring conflict (25)
    June: nature of relationships in different cultures (25)

    2011
    Jan: two or more theories of formation of romantic relationships (25)
    June: influence of childhood and/or adolescent experiences on adult relationships (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into breakdown of relationships (24)
    June: Sexual selection and human reproductive behaviour (24)

    2013
    Jan: One theory of formation of romantic relationships (12)
    Research into the influence of childhood on adult relationships (12)
    June: One theory of maintenance of relationships (12)
    Influence of culture on romantic relationships (12)


    Aggression:


    2010
    June: one social psychological theory of aggression (21)

    2011
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression (25)
    June: neural and/or hormonal mechanisms in aggression (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into institutional aggression (4)
    one or more evolutionary explanations of group display (20)
    June: one or more social psychological theories of aggression (24)

    2013
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression, including infidelity and/or jealousy (24)
    June: One evolutionary explanation of group display in human aggression (4)
    genetic factors of aggression (20)


    Eating behaviour:

    2010
    June: explanations of one eating disorder (25)

    2011
    Jan: role of one or more factors that influence attitudes to food (12)
    The role of neural mechanisms in controlling eating (13)
    June: one psychological explanation of one eating disorder (5)
    Evolutionary explanation of food preference (20)

    2012
    Jan: neural mechanisms involved in the control of eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline one explanation of an eating disorder (4)
    Explanations for the success and/or failure of dieting (20)

    2013
    Jan: factors influencing attitudes to food and/or eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline and evaluate one biological explanation of an eating disorder (24)


    All the best
    This is really helpful thanks . Would it be possible for you to tell me what the questions for relationships and eating behavior were in the June 2013 exam please?
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    (Original post by Sammy0302)
    This is really helpful thanks . Would it be possible for you to tell me what the questions for relationships and eating behavior were in the June 2013 exam please?
    no problem!
    sure for relationships: outline and evaluate one theory of maintenance of romantic relationships (12 marks)
    discuss research into influence of culture on romantic relationships (12 marks)
    and for eating behaviour: outline and evaluate one psyhcological explanation and one biological explanation of eating disorder (24 marks)
    Unit 3 mark scheme and paper uploaded here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...&postcount=322
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    Iv actually finally started creating my relationship model answer textbook after all the emails I've had so this will have my model A* answers that helped me get 100% for psya3.

    It will be available on my website once done, probably in the next week or two here:

    Http://www.loopa.co.UK

    Just click the model A* essays tab and it will be there alongside my other ones.

    The relationships topic is actually easier now as it seems to have had a possible question removed as opposed to when I took it meaning theres less for you to revise now. Lucky!

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    (Original post by nm786)
    no problem!
    sure for relationships: outline and evaluate one theory of maintenance of romantic relationships (12 marks)
    discuss research into influence of culture on romantic relationships (12 marks)
    and for eating behaviour: outline and evaluate one psyhcological explanation and one biological explanation of eating disorder (24 marks)
    Unit 3 mark scheme and paper uploaded here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...&postcount=322
    Thank you so so much! That's so helpful
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    (Original post by nm786)
    For those doing PSYA3:

    I have uploaded my relationships, aggression and eating behaviour essays, most of the essays are marked A grades with some marked A*: http://www.mediafire.com/download/2h...+Behaviour.pdf

    I've already done this exam last year and here are some tips from me:

    -Make sure your A01 is concise
    -Do not start your A02 points with a researcher's name, they will mark it as A01! make sure you start your A02 points with e.g. 'There is research to support..., for example .... found'
    -Always refer back to what you said in your A01
    -Make sure you have 1/3 A01 and about 2/3 A02.
    -Make sure you have IDA points!
    -SLT and deindividuation are not reductionist!

    • Reductionism only refers to reducing behaviour to a lower level of explanation i.e. reducing psychological explanations into biological ones. Examiner Report - June 2010 (bottom of page 3 / top of page 4)

    -wherever the word 'including' is on the spec that means you could be asked two seperate 24 mark questions e.g. ‘Biological explanations of AN, including neural and evolutionary explanations’ you could be asked to:

    • Describe and evaluate biological explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate neural explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate evolutionary explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)

    If you are asked about biological explanations then you can used neural explanations and/or evolutionary explanations.
    -make sure you are ready for 4 mark, 8 mark, 12 mark and 24 mark question for each essay.

    and finally start revising early, don't leave it near the exam or you will regret it!

    Past papers and Mark schemes can be found here: http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/psych...d-mark-schemes


    past exam questions for Relationships, Aggression and Eating Behaviour:
    Spoiler:
    Show
    Relationships:

    2010
    Jan: Sex differences, parent-offspring conflict (25)
    June: nature of relationships in different cultures (25)

    2011
    Jan: two or more theories of formation of romantic relationships (25)
    June: influence of childhood and/or adolescent experiences on adult relationships (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into breakdown of relationships (24)
    June: Sexual selection and human reproductive behaviour (24)

    2013
    Jan: One theory of formation of romantic relationships (12)
    Research into the influence of childhood on adult relationships (12)
    June: One theory of maintenance of relationships (12)
    Influence of culture on romantic relationships (12)


    Aggression:


    2010
    June: one social psychological theory of aggression (21)

    2011
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression (25)
    June: neural and/or hormonal mechanisms in aggression (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into institutional aggression (4)
    one or more evolutionary explanations of group display (20)
    June: one or more social psychological theories of aggression (24)

    2013
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression, including infidelity and/or jealousy (24)
    June: One evolutionary explanation of group display in human aggression (4)
    genetic factors of aggression (20)


    Eating behaviour:

    2010
    June: explanations of one eating disorder (25)

    2011
    Jan: role of one or more factors that influence attitudes to food (12)
    The role of neural mechanisms in controlling eating (13)
    June: one psychological explanation of one eating disorder (5)
    Evolutionary explanation of food preference (20)

    2012
    Jan: neural mechanisms involved in the control of eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline one explanation of an eating disorder (4)
    Explanations for the success and/or failure of dieting (20)

    2013
    Jan: factors influencing attitudes to food and/or eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline and evaluate one biological explanation of an eating disorder (24)


    All the best
    Hey, I've just tried to access those essays on the mediafire website, but it won't let me. I was wondering whether you've deleted these files and if so if there is anyway to access them elsewhere?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by ohsnapitschels)
    I'm doing Relationships, Eating Behaviour and either Perception or Developmental or Sleep Cycles. One of the advantages of being self taught is that I can basically do my own thing.

    I'm going to revise by making essay plans I think. I don't want to actually memorise essays because that to me is a bit complicated but I do want to end up for an essay plan for every possible exam question. Just a few bullet point guidelines to follow you know?

    Haha that's okay long is good, to be honest it's nice that someone's actually replied. I thought I was going to be all alone in here.

    I need an A/A* which scares me a bit. But I'm hoping the rest of my exams will make up for it! Because I really don't feel like Unit 3 will be for me. To be honest I'd be thrilled with a high C in this one lol! I'm hoping to get as close to 100ums as possible in the AS exams so that I have a bit more flexibility with these exams! 90 in both of these exams and I only have to get 70 in both of the A2 exams. I'm thinking I could probably get 90 in Unit 1&2, 75 in Unit 4, and then 65 in Unit 3. That way I still get my A but with only a middle C in this paper.

    That's the hope anyway lol!
    heyy do you have any essays on eating behaviour and relationships now??? im doing psychology this year and it would be really helpful x
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    (Original post by nm786)
    For those doing PSYA3:

    I have uploaded my relationships, aggression and eating behaviour essays, most of the essays are marked A grades with some marked A*: http://www.mediafire.com/download/yj...Behaviour.docx

    I've already done this exam last year and here are some tips from me:

    -Make sure your A01 is concise
    -Do not start your A02 points with a researcher's name, they will mark it as A01! make sure you start your A02 points with e.g. 'There is research to support..., for example .... found'
    -Always refer back to what you said in your A01
    -Make sure you have 1/3 A01 and about 2/3 A02.
    -Make sure you have IDA points!
    -SLT and deindividuation are not reductionist!
    • Reductionism only refers to reducing behaviour to a lower level of explanation i.e. reducing psychological explanations into biological ones. Examiner Report - June 2010 (bottom of page 3 / top of page 4)
    -wherever the word 'including' is on the spec that means you could be asked two seperate 24 mark questions e.g. ‘Biological explanations of AN, including neural and evolutionary explanations’ you could be asked to:
    • Describe and evaluate biological explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate neural explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    • Describe and evaluate evolutionary explanations of one eating disorder. (8 marks + 16 marks)
    If you are asked about biological explanations then you can used neural explanations and/or evolutionary explanations.
    -make sure you are ready for 4 mark, 8 mark, 12 mark and 24 mark question for each essay.

    and finally start revising early, don't leave it near the exam or you will regret it!

    Past papers and Mark schemes can be found here: http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/psych...d-mark-schemes


    past exam questions for Relationships, Aggression and Eating Behaviour:
    Spoiler:
    Show
    Relationships:

    2010
    Jan: Sex differences, parent-offspring conflict (25)
    June: nature of relationships in different cultures (25)

    2011
    Jan: two or more theories of formation of romantic relationships (25)
    June: influence of childhood and/or adolescent experiences on adult relationships (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into breakdown of relationships (24)
    June: Sexual selection and human reproductive behaviour (24)

    2013
    Jan: One theory of formation of romantic relationships (12)
    Research into the influence of childhood on adult relationships (12)
    June: One theory of maintenance of relationships (12)
    Influence of culture on romantic relationships (12)


    Aggression:

    2010
    June: one social psychological theory of aggression (21)

    2011
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression (25)
    June: neural and/or hormonal mechanisms in aggression (25)

    2012
    Jan: Research into institutional aggression (4)
    one or more evolutionary explanations of group display (20)
    June: one or more social psychological theories of aggression (24)

    2013
    Jan: evolutionary explanations of aggression, including infidelity and/or jealousy (24)
    June: One evolutionary explanation of group display in human aggression (4)
    genetic factors of aggression (20)


    Eating behaviour:

    2010
    June: explanations of one eating disorder (25)

    2011
    Jan: role of one or more factors that influence attitudes to food (12)
    The role of neural mechanisms in controlling eating (13)
    June: one psychological explanation of one eating disorder (5)
    Evolutionary explanation of food preference (20)

    2012
    Jan: neural mechanisms involved in the control of eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline one explanation of an eating disorder (4)
    Explanations for the success and/or failure of dieting (20)

    2013
    Jan: factors influencing attitudes to food and/or eating behaviour (24)
    June: outline and evaluate one biological explanation of an eating disorder (24)

    All the best
    hey im doing psychology this year, and tried to access your files seeing as your doing the same topic as me. is it possible for you to send them to me please!! it would be really helpful thank you x
 
 
 
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