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    Hello, I'm doing the generic EPQ about 'Psychopaths - a product of nature or nurture' however I don't actually know how to properly structure this. Has anybody done an EPQ on this who could maybe give me some help?
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    Hey I did mine in Year 11 and got a high B

    Break the title down into different subsections and these can form your paragraphs.

    Then all you need is an intro and conclusion.

    With EPQ, it is all independent so people will structure it however they wish. That's how I did mine as it seemed the most simplest but yeah.

    Make sure to reference everything as you do it and NOT right at the end bc that's a pain lmao
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    (Original post by planetjunior)
    Hello, I'm doing the generic EPQ about 'Psychopaths - a product of nature or nurture' however I don't actually know how to properly structure this. Has anybody done an EPQ on this who could maybe give me some help?
    Currently doing this for my EPQ, do you have any tips for me and what arguments did you find for nurture as I can't seem to find any and do you have any good sources I could use
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    Start by defining a psychopath. There may be more than one definition by different people or fields. Explore these criticise them.

    Nature - biology/genetic ideas and research. Explore it challenge it.

    Nurture - upbringing, attachment style, environment, social class etc explore the research, challenge it.

    Come to a conclusion. Use your evidence to support your reasoning.

    Reference everything.
 
 
 
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