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    Anyone know of any predicted essay questions for AQA Psychology A -PSYA3/4?
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    - Oh wow I'm interested to see if anyone comes up with anything for this -
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    Hi! For PSYA3, I'm doing relationships, aggression and intelligence. I don't know if you do any of those but apparently, neural+hormonal mechanisms in aggression is overdue and also evolutionary explanations of aggression (infidelity/jealousy + group displays). For relationships, breakdown is very overdue and evolutionary explanations of intelligence is apparently also thought to come up.
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    (Original post by Bowers717)
    Hi! For PSYA3, I'm doing relationships, aggression and intelligence. I don't know if you do any of those but apparently, neural+hormonal mechanisms in aggression is overdue and also evolutionary explanations of aggression (infidelity/jealousy + group displays). For relationships, breakdown is very overdue and evolutionary explanations of intelligence is apparently also thought to come up.
    I do relationships! Thanks😁😁!
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    (Original post by Bowers717)
    Hi! For PSYA3, I'm doing relationships, aggression and intelligence. I don't know if you do any of those but apparently, neural+hormonal mechanisms in aggression is overdue and also evolutionary explanations of aggression (infidelity/jealousy + group displays). For relationships, breakdown is very overdue and evolutionary explanations of intelligence is apparently also thought to come up.
    I do Relationships, aggression and Eating Behaviour.

    I heard the same things about Aggression and Relationships - I have no clue about Eating Behaviour tho
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    (Original post by MINUSroid)
    I do Relationships, aggression and Eating Behaviour.

    I heard the same things about Aggression and Relationships - I have no clue about Eating Behaviour tho
    Eating behaviour is an absolute nightmare, I do sleep/biological rhythms too and it's just as bad😭
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    (Original post by sevens994)
    Eating behaviour is an absolute nightmare, I do sleep/biological rhythms too and it's just as bad😭
    I don't remember anything from Eating Behaviour- unlike with Agg and Relationships which I know I can generally ace
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    (Original post by MINUSroid)
    I don't remember anything from Eating Behaviour- unlike with Agg and Relationships which I know I can generally ace
    I'm so much better off on PSYA4. Research methods is so easy!! Media psych and schizophrenia aren't too bad either
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    (Original post by sevens994)
    I'm so much better off on PSYA4. Research methods is so easy!! Media psych and schizophrenia aren't too bad either
    True True - I do Media and Depression which is also pretty easy
 
 
 
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