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2018 AQA A Level Psychology Paper 1 - Unofficial Mark Scheme watch

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    Unofficial mark scheme
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    Q1) Define agentic state (2)
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    Q2) Jenny contextualised minority influence (6)

    Q) Explanations of conformity (16)
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    there were 3 sixteen markers for social influence, attachment and psychopathology...was there an 8 or 16 mark question for memory because Im freaking out that I missed a question?
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    (Original post by watercarrier14)
    there were 3 sixteen markers for social influence, attachment and psychopathology...was there an 8 or 16 mark question for memory because Im freaking out that I missed a question?
    No, neither in memory
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    No, I don’t believe there was any 8 markers
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    (Original post by Katieeh1999)
    Q2) Jenny contextualised minority influence (6)

    Q3) Explanations of conformity (16)

    Q2 = consistency, commitment, flexibility

    Q3 = normative and informational social influence
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    Q2 Answer: Consistency Commitment and Flexibility.
    Jenny had to be flexible in meeting so they aren't put off by her idea. Commitment Jenny could make personal sacrifice by giving up her work breaks to practise her idea on the other teachers students. Consistency by demonstrating the idea to other teachers constantly with her own student I believe will get all 6 Marks
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    I messed this exam up lol
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    The exam went so well!!!
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    What was the last 16 marker on?
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    (Original post by watercarrier14)
    there were 3 sixteen markers for social influence, attachment and psychopathology...was there an 8 or 16 mark question for memory because Im freaking out that I missed a question?
    there were plenty of short answered qs in the memory section. i just came home from the exam. it was hard man. but heres what i remember:
    4 marker on making improvements to a study testing WMM.
    4? or 6? marker for evaluating the WMM
    6 marker on describing the cognitive interview
    1 Explanation for forgetting linking it to the Aaron'n poor performance on a Spanish test (AO2+AO1) (2-4 marks?)
    that's all i remember im afraid...
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    Contextualised 16 marker in attachment; Dicuss learning theory and Bowbly's monotropic theory in attachment.

    Psychopathology; Evaluate cognitive theories of treating depression
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    Aaron Spanish exam question

    State-dependent forgetting because he was relaxed while learning/revising but nervous during the exam. State-dependent cues absent so forgetting more likely.

    Context-dependent forgetting because "unfamiliar room". Environmental cues from classroom not present in the exam cause him to forget Spanish words.

    Retroactive interference - he learned another language as well as Spanish so this interfered with his old memories of Spanish words, causing him to forget stuff
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    (Original post by watercarrier14)
    there were 3 sixteen markers for social influence, attachment and psychopathology...was there an 8 or 16 mark question for memory because Im freaking out that I missed a question?
    Not from what I remember!
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    Discuss the cognitive approach to treating depression
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    (Original post by GabeRigby98)
    What was the last 16 marker on?
    Cognitive treatments for depression I think.
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    (Original post by Katieeh1999)
    Aaron Spanish exam question

    State-dependent forgetting because he was relaxed while learning/revising but nervous during the exam. State-dependent cues absent so forgetting more likely.

    Context-dependent forgetting because "unfamiliar room". Environmental cues from classroom not present in the exam cause him to forget Spanish words.
    Do you think they'd allow Interference as an exp of forgetting. I completely forgot about state-dependent and context-dependent
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    We could have done interference for this one right?
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    (Original post by Katieeh1999)
    Q2 = consistency, commitment, flexibility

    Q3 = normative and informational social influence
    Wasn’t the question discuss research into why people conform ? I wrote 16 marks all on Zimbardo ..have I done this wrong 😧
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