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are there any predictions for psychology paper 3? I am doing gender, forensics, schizophrenia and issues and debates
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are there any predictions for psychology paper 3? I am doing gender, forensics, schizophrenia and issues and debates
Based on 2017 paper it is unlikely the topics which were 16 markers will come up with any significant weight marks wise! (Although only guessing)

Issues and debates: determinism was the 16 marker... unlikely to be anything on this therefore.

Gender: psychological research into atypical gender development was the 16 marker.

Schizophrenia: NO 16 marker...

Forensic: cognitive explanation for offending was the 16 marker.
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Based on 2017 paper it is unlikely the topics which were 16 markers will come up with any significant weight marks wise! (Although only guessing)

Issues and debates: determinism was the 16 marker... unlikely to be anything on this therefore.

Gender: psychological research into atypical gender development was the 16 marker.

Schizophrenia: NO 16 marker...

Forensic: cognitive explanation for offending was the 16 marker.
I think the RM side will maybe include a significance of critical values?
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I think the RM side will maybe include a significance of critical values?
I agree, although there was a justification of which stats test to use in paper 1, I would be surprised if there wasn't one like you say about using a critical value table.
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I agree, although there was a justification of which stats test to use in paper 1, I would be surprised if there wasn't one like you say about using a critical value table.
I made really stupid mistakes on paper 1 which made me anoyyed like:

1. Didn't get Phonological Loop for that one marker, put Central Executive for some some stupid reason.
2. lost 4 marks due to the scattergram as I drew it wrong.
3. And for the question on improvement on study which was 4 marks, I got 2 marks only cus I said matched pairs but my other point wasn't good enough.

Also, did u put 0.3 or 0.7 for that multiple choice on correlation coefficient?

But paper 2 went better.
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I made really stupid mistakes on paper 1 which made me anoyyed like:

1. Didn't get Phonological Loop for that one marker, put Central Executive for some some stupid reason.
2. lost 4 marks due to the scattergram as I drew it wrong.
3. And for the question on improvement on study which was 4 marks, I got 2 marks only cus I said matched pairs but my other point wasn't good enough.

Also, did u put 0.3 or 0.7 for that multiple choice on correlation coefficient?

But paper 2 went better.
I put 0.3 but lots of people seem to have put 0.7
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