How to remember evaluation points in psychology?

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Modaer22
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I don't understand how they expect me to remember like 3 different evaluation points per each theory, like there are an insane amount to remember. If i knew which topic the 16 mark question would be on then i could revise all the evaluation in that topic (which is still a lot) but instead we have a no clue which of the 4 topics on each paper it will be on.
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(Original post by Modaer22)
I don't understand how they expect me to remember like 3 different evaluation points per each theory, like there are an insane amount to remember. If i knew which topic the 16 mark question would be on then i could revise all the evaluation in that topic (which is still a lot) but instead we have a no clue which of the 4 topics on each paper it will be on.
If you just remember general evaluation points then you can tailor them to each theory e.g. credibility, sample size, generalisability. If you revise the general ones that will apply to most theories you'll be okay because then you can choose the ones most relevant to the question.
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Make sure to remember GRAVE which stands for:
Generalizability
Reliability
Applicability
Validity
Ethics
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