saffgabrielle
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Just wondering, are people learning both the SLT and deindividuation?
I am not sure if they can ask a question specific to either theory as the specification does not say -SLT 'and' deindividuation but - for example SLT, deindividuation
If a question does ask for one or more explanations, surely you can just write either one in a lot of detail? thanks
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Yes - learn both because you could get a 24 mark question discussing social psychological theories, and both SLT and deindividuation come under that. If they ask for one or more, I guess you could potentially just write about one in a lot of detail. I'd just say it's a safe bet to learn both. good luck
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Nah i'm not. The chances of them asking '2 or more theories' are extremely slim to none the way i see it. They are more likely to offer 4/8 mark questions to ask more of the syllabus.
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