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Can someone please tell me how you structure your evaluation questions and just some tips overall and what to NOT do and write during examinations . I’m a private student and any advice would be great . Let’s all discuss together .
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P = Point
E = Evidence/Example
E = Explanation

Firstly you have to make a point using an issue or debate:

One issue with Milgram's study is ecological validity
Second you have give an example or evidence from the study to support your point...
Milgram's study took place in a laboratory, which was an environment that the participants would not have been familiar with. The task was very unusual as we are not normally asked to give electric shocks to strangers in our daily lives, especially not under pressure from an experimenter.
Lastly give an explanation on your quote or point...
As a result, it is possible that the behaviour they produced would not have been representative of their normal behaviour in everyday life. We should therefore be cautious about generalising Milgram's findings to the real world.
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P = Point
E = Evidence/Example
E = Explanation

Firstly you have to make a point using an issue or debate:

One issue with Milgram's study is ecological validity
Second you have give an example or evidence from the study to support your point...
Milgram's study took place in a laboratory, which was an environment that the participants would not have been familiar with. The task was very unusual as we are not normally asked to give electric shocks to strangers in our daily lives, especially not under pressure from an experimenter.
Lastly give an explanation on your quote or point...
As a result, it is possible that the behaviour they produced would not have been representative of their normal behaviour in everyday life. We should therefore be cautious about generalising Milgram's findings to the real world.
Thank youuuu so much , that really helps , btw how many paragraph do u think is good
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P = Point
E = Evidence/Example
E = Explanation

Firstly you have to make a point using an issue or debate:

One issue with Milgram's study is ecological validity
Second you have give an example or evidence from the study to support your point...
Milgram's study took place in a laboratory, which was an environment that the participants would not have been familiar with. The task was very unusual as we are not normally asked to give electric shocks to strangers in our daily lives, especially not under pressure from an experimenter.
Lastly give an explanation on your quote or point...
As a result, it is possible that the behaviour they produced would not have been representative of their normal behaviour in everyday life. We should therefore be cautious about generalising Milgram's findings to the real world.
Is there a structure for the designing an experiment too ?
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Can someone please tell me how you structure your evaluation questions and just some tips overall and what to NOT do and write during examinations . I’m a private student and any advice would be great . Let’s all discuss together .
(Original post by k bro)
P = Point
E = Evidence/Example
E = Explanation
Firstly you have to make a point using an issue or debate:

One issue with Milgram's study is ecological validity
Second you have give an example or evidence from the study to support your point...
Milgram's study took place in a laboratory, which was an environment that the participants would not have been familiar with. The task was very unusual as we are not normally asked to give electric shocks to strangers in our daily lives, especially not under pressure from an experimenter.
Lastly give an explanation on your quote or point...
As a result, it is possible that the behaviour they produced would not have been representative of their normal behaviour in everyday life. We should therefore be cautious about generalising Milgram's findings to the real world.
CIE psychology looks very hard. what other subjects r u doing with CIE? and where are you from?
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Is there a structure for the designing an experiment too ?
I will be sitting for the exams of the old syllabus so I don't know the exact technique or what the examiner wants.

This is a model answer for alternative study question from paper 2(old syllabus), I hope this helps.


PILLIAVIN (lab)

Aim: The aim of the study will be to check helping behaviour in emergency situation.

Sample: The sample will consist of 50 participants out of which 25 will be females and 25 will be males. Voluntary sampling will be used to gather participants through a newspaper advertisement. They will include a varied age range including 20-50 year old individual. The race of the subjects will also be varied.

Procedure: The study will take place over a day and so will use a snapshot method. Participants will be deceived about the purpose of the study and will be told the study aims to understand if participants are empathizers or systemizers. The participant’s will be taken to a room where they will fill in these tests and will be told they can tell the experimenter once they’re done.

During the questionnaire, 10 minutes after the participant starts solving the questions, the stooge in the room gets up, staggers, falls down and stares at the ceiling. The model, who will be another experimenter in the room will act to be busy in something important and will help the victim 70 seconds after the stooge falls.

The participant’s behaviour will be recorded through a video camera and the dependent variables will include the time it takes for the participant to help , the number of helpers, the gender and the race of helpers. 25 participants will be in the room at one time so that the experimenters can check diffusion of responsibility. At the end of the study, subject’s will be debriefed about the true aim of the study.

Data: The data of the study will be collected through the videotape. The number of helpers and their race, gender and time of helping will all be gathered quantitatively while their comments and reactions will be observed and collected by the video qualitatively.
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Thank youuuu so much , that really helps , btw how many paragraph do u think is good
Keep in mind that this technique is for the old syllabus
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Thank youuuu so much , that really helps , btw how many paragraph do u think is good
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzW...fZamwrg/videos
These videos might help you

Also this site (9990): http://www.aicepsych.com/as-exam-review.html
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Thank youuuu very muchhhhh , really helpful
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