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Hi sorry this might seem like a stupid question (my question)

But in the book it says

1) Outline 2 pieces of evidence from research studies that support the WMM (6 marks)

2) Give one criticism of each of the studies described in the previous question (4 marks)

So because it's one criticism for each study (and there 2 studies in the previous question) does this end up being 2 criticisms?
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Hi sorry this might seem like a stupid question (my question)

But in the book it says

1) Outline 2 pieces of evidence from research studies that support the WMM (6 marks)

2) Give one criticism of each of the studies described in the previous question (4 marks)

So because it's one criticism for each study (and there 2 studies in the previous question) does this end up being 2 criticisms?
I assume WMM is referring to the Working Memory Model?

And yes, one criticism for EACH study in the previous question.
So two criticisms in total, but only one for each study.

You can normally tell from how many marks the question provides.
4 marks; 2 for each criticism, simple stuff

I remember the olden days all those years ago when I was doing A-level psychology...
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I assume WMM is referring to the Working Memory Model?

And yes, one criticism for EACH study in the previous question.
So two criticisms in total, but only one for each study.

You can normally tell from how many marks the question provides.
4 marks; 2 for each criticism, simple stuff

I remember the olden days all those years ago when I was doing A-level psychology...
Thought so!
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