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noo lol thats for obediance. Factors for conformity could be situational like size of majority. It could be Individual such as gender, low self esteem and personality. It could also be cultural.
Was I right with the obedience factors beforehand? Mentioning mainly Milgram and his unethical study?
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Was I right with the obedience factors beforehand? Mentioning mainly Milgram and his unethical study?
Yeah you were spot on! Definitely write about Milgrams variations
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Awesome thanks! I have no idea how I'm going to memorise absolutely everything in a weekend...
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Awesome thanks! I have no idea how I'm going to memorise absolutely everything in a weekend...
urghh same i really need to concentrate on research methods aha not even revised it.....
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For attachment do we need to revise different kinds of attachment? like father attachment etc?
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I don't take it this year but I am taking it next year! What do you think of it?
Well I think you will be doing the new higher. I am doing new higher psychology and I think it's a subject you have to be fully committed to. You got to do a massive research investigation which is worth 40% of your overall mark. You learn different topics to the old higher such as Sleep and Dreand and Obedience/Conformity.
I actually really enjoyed learning psychology this year! It's so interesting and really does make sense of social situations! It's just a lot of work!
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For attachment do we need to revise different kinds of attachment? like father attachment etc?
I'd just revise everything. You never what may come up...
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I'd just revise everything. You never what may come up...
my lecturer never taught us that. Have you got any notes or anything that i can use?
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Does anyone have any example answers for the Atypical behaviour section? For the:
Describe and evaluate the ______ therapies used in thetreatment of eating disorders or depression. Refer to research evidence in youranswer.
type questions? because I am not sure how to structure my answer? Would be a great help thankyou!
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Does anyone have any example answers for the Atypical behaviour section? For the:
Describe and evaluate the ______ therapies used in thetreatment of eating disorders or depression. Refer to research evidence in youranswer.
type questions? because I am not sure how to structure my answer? Would be a great help thankyou!
I would start of defining the therapy you decide to choose, ie cognitive/somatic/behaviourists etc...
For example, somatic therapy includes chemotherapy, ECT and cbt which can be used to treat depression.
I personally would explain at least 2 treatments.
Also it's late so I apologise if this makes no sense at all!
For atypical behaviour, I am praying that difficulties defining abnormal/atypical behaviour comes up!

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That's so much help thank you!
And really? I wouldn't even know what to write for that???
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Statistical frequency/infrequency, concept of deviation, individual's point of view etc... All that jazz!

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OOhh of course yeah,need to revise that all though incase
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Whats everyones predications im doing conformity and Obedience, intelligence , memeory, early socialisation?
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actually can't believe the exam is tomorrow! Feel like i don't know anything
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Whats everyones predications im doing conformity and Obedience, intelligence , memeory, early socialisation?
For memory I think the models of memory and theory of forgetting, day care and a study on attachment for early socialisation and I'm hoping for factors of conformity!
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my lecturer never taught us that. Have you got any notes or anything that i can use?
Revising everything because you never know what comes up... Apologies for crappy English
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It's pretty much a cramming session tonight and I think I'm confident on the research unit apart from the evaluation of the methodology. Still I feel clueless as to what is going to in the paper tomorrow but GOOD LUCK to you guys especially if you've got conditionals to meet
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Good luck tomorrow everyone!! Sure you will all do great
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How did everyone find it? I thought it was a great paper as the questions where so easy!
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