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Jan 2009: Discuss one or more explanations of attachments, such as learning theory and Bowlby’s theory
Jun 2009: Discuss effects of anxiety on EWT
Jan 2010: Outline and evaluate research into privation
Jun 2010: Outline and evaluate research into the effects of institutionalisation
Jan 2011: Outline and evaluate the WMM
Jun 2011: Discuss effects of age on EWT + 8 mark on learning theory
12 mark questions that have never appeared:
Outline and evaluate MSM
Effects of misleading information
Cognitive interview
Strategies for memory improvement. Unlikely as a 12 mark, but appears on every single paper as 4, 5 or 6 marks
Disruption of attachment
Cultural variations in attachment
Factors affecting types of attachment/anything to do with Ainsworth’s study, e.g., sensitivity, temperament
Effects of day care, e.g., aggression and peer relations
Implications of research for childcare practices
PSYA2 12 mark questions
Jan 2009: Biological approach to abnormality
June 2009: Explanations of why people obey + 10 mark on biological methods of stress management (BZ&BB)
Jan 2010: Definitions of abnormality
Jun 2010: Immune system and stress related illness + 8 mark on explanations of conformity
Jan 2011: Psychodynamic approach to abnormality + 8 mark on independent behaviour
Jun 2011: Independent behaviour + 8 mark on biological approach to abnormality (again)
Jan 12 Stess management 12
Jun 12 life changes 8 conformity 12
Jan 13 conformity 8 behavioural app 12
Workplace stress
Personality factors including Type A and hardiness
CBT for treating stress (Stress Inoculation therapy)
Discuss research on obedience
Implications for social change has appeared on all papers but never as 12 marks (4,6,8,10) so beware. They like social change because only students who can apply what they’ve learned through the unit will get the marks
Biological treatments for abnormality – ECT/drugs
Psychological treatments for abnormality – CBT/psychodynamic therapy/systematic desensitization
Behaviourist approach to abnormality
Cognitive approach to abnormality
DON’T LEAVE ANYTHING TO CHANCE BASED ON PAST QUESTIONS. REVISE THOROUGHLY AND GO INTO THE EXAM KNOWING YOU CAN FACE ANYTHING
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