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What comprises of practical and methodological explanations in AS psychology?
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What comprises of practical and methodological explanations in AS psychology?
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In Cie AS level Psychology.
Practical and methodological explanations.
Syllabus.
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In Cie AS level Psychology.
Practical and methodological explanations.
Syllabus.
Hi!
This is often asked in paper 2 to evaluate your alternate study design.
Practical terms is pretty straightforward. It means how "doable" is your study? Is it ethical and easy to conduct? Will it approved by the authorities depending on where and when you plan to conduct it?

Methodological terms include:
1. type of experiment and its relevance to the aim of the study.
2. type of research method and its feasibility.
3. sample size and if it is representative of the general/target population.
4. the experimental design.
5. sampling technique

You can check the CIE psychology syllabus for your year to be more certain.

Hope this helps. Good luck!
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Hi!
This is often asked in paper 2 to evaluate your alternate study design.
Practical terms is pretty straightforward. It means how "doable" is your study? Is it ethical and easy to conduct? Will it approved by the authorities depending on where and when you plan to conduct it?

Methodological terms include:
1. type of experiment and its relevance to the aim of the study.
2. type of research method and its feasibility.
3. sample size and if it is representative of the general/target population.
4. the experimental design.
5. sampling technique

You can check the CIE psychology syllabus for your year to be more certain.

Hope this helps. Good luck!
Thanks for this! Out of curosity, did you and do you still take AS/A2 CIE Psychology?
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Thanks for this! Out of curosity, did you and do you still take AS/A2 CIE Psychology?
No problem

Yes, I sat my A2 Psych exam last November and scored an A-star. Anything I can help you with?
Feel free to PM me with any doubts
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