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    What are you predictions for the old spec from last year? The paper from last year for section A was on EWT-anxiety and working memory model, with Section B being all on the strange situation and attachment. I looked at the examiner's report and it said students were confident with section B although there were exceptions. Looking at the paper from last yea, idk how i messed up so bad lol. So back to the question which is what do you think will come up?
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    (Original post by Tan1234)
    What are you predictions for the old spec from last year? The paper from last year for section A was on EWT-anxiety and working memory model, with Section B being all on the strange situation and attachment. I looked at the examiner's report and it said students were confident with section B although there were exceptions. Looking at the paper from last yea, idk how i messed up so bad lol. So back to the question which is what do you think will come up?
    I feel privation and deprivation will come up and evaluate a model of memory for 12 marker !
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    Lol I really have no clue how I messed up last year either! And I'm thinking disruption of attachment, effects of institutionalisation, cognitive interview and working memory model may come up.

    Do you have any model essays for "influence of attachment and daycare research on childcare practices"? I have a feeling it might come up too but I'm not sure how to answer it as an essay


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    Lol I really have no clue how I messed up last year either! And I'm thinking disruption of attachment, effects of institutionalisation, cognitive interview and working memory model may come up.

    Do you have any model essays for "influence of attachment and daycare research on childcare practices"? I have a feeling it might come up too but I'm not sure how to answer it as an essay


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    HERE YA GO http://www.psychteacher.co.uk/attach...ttachment.html good luck and remember to stay calm !
 
 
 
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