AQA Psychology paper 3 14th June 2018 unofficial markscheme

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Issues and debates
Multiple choice (4)
Nomothetic approach and weakness (2)
Strength and weakness of reductionist approach (4)
Ethical implication (8)
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What I can remember:

Aggression
Discuss social psychology explanations for aggression, refer to the stem (16)
Evaluate desensitisation as an explanation of aggression (6)

Schizophrenia
With reference to SZ, explain what is co-morbidity(2)
Discuss one or more biological explanations of SZ (16)

Relationships
Reference to stem, how can the researcher perform stratified sampling (4)
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yooooooooo wtf i think i missed that ideographic question out
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there was an ideographic question?
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Discuss the role of stress in illness (16 marks)
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For the eth implications question on IDs can u put about socially sensitive as well?
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(Original post by MilenaKaterina)
For the eth implications question on IDs can u put about socially sensitive as well?
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If you mean the 8 marker, then yes! I also gave an example of that with Burt and the 11+ exams.
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I completely messed up the 8 marker on ethical implications and forgot all about it and wrote about protection from harm, debriefing 😡😡
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Do you guys think a strength of reductionist approach is you can operationalise variables easier?
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What did you write for evolutionary explanations (relationships)
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Issues and debates:
- Universality, ethnocentrism, cultural relativism and forgot the other: multiple choice question
- Nomothetic approach and weakness (2)
- Strength and weakness of reductionist approach (4)
- Ethical implication (8)

Aggression:
- evaluate desensitisation (6)
- social psychology explanations (16)
- multiple choice on MAOA: amygdala and MAOA influences serotonin (2)
- what are some non-biological ways to measure excitement (not sure if it's in this section?)

Schizophrenia:
- Co-morbity
- Symptom overlap
- what distribution was group A and Group B? negative skew and positive skew
- biological explanations (16)

Cognition and development:
- class inclusion Piaget
- stratified sample
- application question to scaffolding: discuss vygotsky's theory
- what else could be written in the debrief?
- Discuss ToM (8 marks)
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Do you guys think a strength of reductionist approach is you can operationalise variables easier?
Yes that’s what I put. And said how it helps to increase sci creditability
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If you mean the 8 marker, then yes! I also gave an example of that with Burt and the 11+ exams.
I put Bowlbys theory on att explained how it has both ethicsl implications and social sensitive and did 1 ao3
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What did people put for the multiple choice Qs in IDs. I was baffled😂
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yooooooooo wtf i think i missed that ideographic question out
Nomothetic question u mean?
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Relationships:
Discuss how attachment theory applies to parasocial relationships
Outline equity

Schizophrenia:
What is co-morbidity in the context of schizophrenia
Discuss one or more biological explanation

Addiction:
Evaluate Prochaska’s model
What is true about tolerance (multiple answer)
With reference to STEM, discuss one or more ways of reducing addiction

Idek anymore
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Is frustration agression hypothesis a social psychological explanation of aggression??
Yes, that deindividuation and Social Learn Theory
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For Comorbidity is it how it questions the validly (accuracy) when diagnosing?

For symptom overlap it was a 2M was it just to put how the symptoms of SCHZ and other conditions are the same, example with bipolar with hallucinations?

For the relationship partner preferences, I put intersexual selection for females and evaluated in how supporting evidence is criticied for methodology issues etc... is that right?
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What did you write for evolutionary explanations (relationships)
I wrote about females having an ova cell, which is large, static and ltd produced. So requires energy, have a preference to males who can provide resources and also sexy sons hypothesis of height etc. Then my limitation is how supp research is criticised for methodology issues being Demand characteristics etc like Clark and Hatfield?
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Cognition & Development: - Briefly explain what Piaget meant by class inclusion. (2)- Explain Theory of Mind as an explanation for autism. (6)- Evaluate Theory of Mind as an explanation of autism. (6)- Suggest two additional things to include in debrief. (2)- Discuss Vygotsky's cognitive development. Refer to likely outcome in answer. (8)
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