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Hey, how would you get AO3 marks for a 16 mark question on an issue like gender bias?
I'm cool with evaluating most of the debates in this topic like Free will vs. Determinism because you can compare them and mention strengths/weaknesses, but with gender I have no clue what points to make.
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Maybe stuff like the effects of gender bias? Like creating social divide, making evidence ungeneralisable, referring to specific studies e.g asch

Idk really im gonma wing that exam
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^ me too I’m done for
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Ayy just figured out points you can make if anyone's interested
Gender bias:
+Evidence of Beta Bias in Biopsychology (fight or flight / tend and befriend)
+Evidence of Gender bias in psychology (Problem + emotion focused coping styles, suggests men deal with stress better)
+Evidence of gender bias in milgram's study (All male sample)
-Alpha bias can lead to negative perception of women (Freud, saw femininity as a failed masculinity)
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