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bethanyyyyy
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Since the first exam is tomorrow, I was thinking we could all take part in some lat-minute revision?

I was thinking that we could create a question for the person above to answer - for example, "Discuss Bowlby's Maternal Deprivation Hypothesis (8 marks)".

We don't have to post our answers, but ideally you should write your answer or at least create a rough plan of what you would discuss - use it as some last-minute recap to make sure we can answer all the questions.

We could give someone a 1 mark question...or a 16 mark question - it doesn't really matter - this should just be used as a tool of recap to make sure that we have enough knowledge to answer a similar question if it appears in the exam and who knows...maybe someone will predict one of the actual questions for tomorrow

First question for me please...
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Outline and evaluate one or more explanations of obedience ( 16 marks)
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Outline and evaluate one or more explanations of obedience ( 16 marks)

Explain, using an example, how a minority power can bring about social change. [6 marks]
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Evaluate interference as a theory of forgetting (6)
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Evaluate interference as a theory of forgetting (6)
Outline and evaluate two animal studies of attachment. (16 marks)
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Outline and evaluate two animal studies of attachment. (16 marks)
Please can this come up tomorrow!
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Please can this come up tomorrow!
i honestly have a feeling it will/something very similar...but i hate the animal studies so i hope it doesn't
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Discuss the effectivity of the cognitive approach as opposed to Drug therapies when treating depression
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