Outline and evaluate research into conformity [16 marks] - A level psychology

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Hey, can someone tell me what sort of things I need to put in for this question, please?
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Give me more information
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Give me more information
That is all the info she gave us, which is why i am confused
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email then
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Give me more information
Lol its a 16marker what other info do u need?
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Lol its a 16marker what other info do u need?
I don't know what study to use or what to include
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Define conformity
-you can talk about Asch/Milgram/Zimbardo
-Evaluate the research you talk about
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Define conformity
-you can talk about Asch/Milgram/Zimbardo
-Evaluate the research you talk about
That's how I'd do it, maybe even bring in NSI and ISI linking with Asch and the Jenness jellybean study.
Make sure to mention specific stats for the 16 markers too
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The easiest one is milgrams electric shock study. Evaluations include ethical issues such as deception and harm to participants (obvs explain this further). You can talk about how it lacks ecological validity because it was conducted in the lab.
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This is a standard exam question btw. I know it seems very brief and like information is missing, but it’s not. I would recommend outlining one research study, eg the procedure and findings and sample, for 6 marks, and then doing 10 marks of evaluation points. This could be 2 really well developed paragraphs or 3 not so developed paragraphs
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Hey, can someone tell me what sort of things I need to put in for this question, please?
Have you studied this topic in class?
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That's how I'd do it, maybe even bring in NSI and ISI linking with Asch and the Jenness jellybean study.
Make sure to mention specific stats for the 16 markers too
Is outline and evaluate explanations of conformity the same as outline and evaluate research into conformity?
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Have you studied this topic in class?
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