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Which is most likely to come up as a 12 marker? (PSYA1) Watch

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    I know about the loopa predictions but I obviously have limited time (exams tomorrow ) and im writing some 12 mark question answers, so can anyone have an educated guess on which is more likely to come up tomorrow out of:
    Privation
    Working Memory Model
    EWT
    Cultural Variations in attachment
    Learning theory
    Bowlbys theory
    Cognative interview

    Thanks!
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    I would say the two models of memory, probably Multi-Store, maybe Working Memory Model...

    Oh man, am I the only one freaking out? I honestly feel pretty sick about this exam...
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    My tutor told us that the 12 marker is more likely to be in developmental psychology as it tends to go in a pattern. He said most likely bowlby or day care. He also said they test one model or the other and it's more likely to be msm this year!!
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    (Original post by Psychkatie)
    My tutor told us that the 12 marker is more likely to be in developmental psychology as it tends to go in a pattern. He said most likely bowlby or day care. He also said they test one model or the other and it's more likely to be msm this year!!
    really? i feel as if it's more likely to be on wmm as that hasn't come up in a while whereas msm has come up more frequently
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    They alternate between wmm and msm so it's likely to be msm this year. My tutors quite high up with aqa so I trust he's likely to be correct
 
 
 
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