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Hey- the days of exams are nearly upon us!

here are my last minute notes i typed up on:
Social Influence,
Memory,
Attachment,

don't know if they will be useful to anyone, and yes i know there are a few mistakes. Please feel free to ask me any questions about them! x Also i have a few biology notes typed up in this style, if anyone wants me to post them then inbox moi.

GOOD LUCK
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Do you have any predictions???
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Do you have any predictions???
i actually want a few predictions too
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These notes are very helpful!
Thanks for sharing!!
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i actually want a few predictions too
Apparently bowlby's monotropic theory may come up as a 12 marker but because it's a new spec it's hard to predict.
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Apparently bowlby's monotropic theory may come up as a 12 marker but because it's a new spec it's hard to predict.
Do wee need to know research methods? Because my teachers were saying that they were likely to as some on the sign test.
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Do wee need to know research methods? Because my teachers were saying that they were likely to as some on the sign test.
Yes!!!
Research methods will come on paper 1 but not extensively.
There will be a whole section is research methods on paper 2.
The sine test is new for this spec so yeah it may come up

As is the role of the father in attatchments so that may come up too.

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Ok thanks that makes sense now!
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Apparently bowlby's monotropic theory may come up as a 12 marker but because it's a new spec it's hard to predict.
Also attachment influence on adult relationships is likely to come up (according to my teacher).
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Ok thanks that makes sense now!
Do you think they'll be harsh with us this year?
Last year the grade boundaries were really high!
I hoping they're nice this year lool
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Also attachment influence on adult relationships is likely to come up (according to my teacher).
I need to write this down lmao
Thanks for sharing!
I'm pretty sure that's the hazan and shaver study?
Is it shaver? Or schaeffer?

Also ainsworth might come up
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Do you think they'll be harsh with us this year?
Last year the grade boundaries were really high!
I hoping they're nice this year lool
As its a new spec it should be quite low as we have less resources than last year. Although best to assume 80% A 70% B etc
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I need to write this down lmao
Thanks for sharing!
I'm pretty sure that's the hazan and shaver study?
Is it shaver? Or schaeffer?

Also ainsworth might come up
Hazan and Schafer haha he love quiz one also its worth having a look at Myron-Wilson and Smith 1998, they looked into bullying and whether its affected by attachment types.
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Hazan and Schafer haha he love quiz one also its worth having a look at Myron-Wilson and Smith 1998, they looked into bullying and whether its affected by attachment types.
My textbook says shaver
And says nothing about Myron

I searched their study and it says shaver

I'm so confused right now
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As its a new spec it should be quite low as we have less resources than last year. Although best to assume 80% A 70% B etc
That's what my teacher said too lmao
I attached an image of the 'mark scheme' our teachers gave us so yeah about 80% to get an A-
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Yes!!!
Research methods will come on paper 1 but not extensively.
There will be a whole section is research methods on paper 2.
The sine test is new for this spec so yeah it may come up

As is the role of the father in attatchments so that may come up too.


Yeah, my teacher said the role of the father is very likely to come up, strange situation and the duration, capacity and coding of the wmm and msm
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Yeah, my teacher said the role of the father is very likely to come up, strange situation and the duration, capacity and coding of the wmm and msm
Omg! Thank you so much lool
I think effects of anxiety may come up too but not too sure
Any more predictions? For memory and social influence by any chance?
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Yeah, my teacher said the role of the father is very likely to come up, strange situation and the duration, capacity and coding of the wmm and msm
Thanks do you think there will be a 12 marker on social change?
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My textbook says shaver
And says nothing about Myron

I searched their study and it says shaver

I'm so confused right now
Sorry my teacher gave us the APFC for this study she previously used as she found it applicable, it wont be in the books.

They tested 196 children from a South Each London primary school by assessing attachment types, childs perception of parenting style and then examined the child for involement in bullying using a participants role scale. (children identify peers as a bully, involved in bullying or victim). Securely atached children were unlikely to be involved at all, insecure- avoident were most likely to be victims and insecure- resistent were most likely to be bullies. They concluded that insecurely attached children were more likely to be apart of negative peer interactions.

It's unlikely to be a question but works for an evaluation or supporting evidense, sorry to confuse you by randomly springing in a random study haha.
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Sorry my teacher gave us the APFC for this study she previously used as she found it applicable, it wont be in the books.

They tested 196 children from a South Each London primary school by assessing attachment types, childs perception of parenting style and then examined the child for involement in bullying using a participants role scale. (children identify peers as a bully, involved in bullying or victim). Securely atached children were unlikely to be involved at all, insecure- avoident were most likely to be victims and insecure- resistent were most likely to be bullies. They concluded that insecurely attached children were more likely to be apart of negative peer interactions.

It's unlikely to be a question but works for an evaluation or supporting evidense, sorry to confuse you by randomly springing in a random study haha.
Just took a screenshot of your post
Thank you so so much!! Xx


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