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Hey, I'm revising for my a level psychology exam and I am just wondering if there are any "universal" evaluation points that can be used for a03 in 16 marker questions?

What I mean by "universal" is that are there any evaluation points that can be used regardless of what the question is and then changed to fit the certain topic?
For example, one I could think of is "real life applications"

I hope that makes sense...

Thanks for your help
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(Original post by IKE123)
Hey, I'm revising for my a level psychology exam and I am just wondering if there are any "universal" evaluation points that can be used for a03 in 16 marker questions?

What I mean by "universal" is that are there any evaluation points that can be used regardless of what the question is and then changed to fit the certain topic?
For example, one I could think of is "real life applications"

I hope that makes sense...

Thanks for your help
I think I know what you mean. Are you referring to evaluation points for psychological studies?
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If you can remember a study for the topics, most will have some kind of validity issue - population ecological etc
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I think I know what you mean. Are you referring to evaluation points for psychological studies?
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(Original post by IKE123)
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Any bias involved (gender, culture), validity issues, reliability issues, sampling issues.
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Ethical issues can be used for a lot of the studies especially in social influence
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always refer to issues and debates e.g. is the theory determinist? reductionist? does the study have any gender bias? what are the ethic issues? implications for society? ect
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