Compare and contrast approaches of the causes of anxiety disorders

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Hey sorry if this is the wrong place to post. I have a seen exam question “compare and contrast two approaches to understanding the aetiology of anxiety disorders”. I was planning on using biological and cognitive approach, however I’m unsure of the best way to structure it, as the approaches are quite different to each other.
Do I structure it one approach at a time and state the similarities and differences at the end separately, or do it throughout?
Could anyone help me?
Thanks so much!
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You could do either structure, although structures that weave the argument throughout are more likely to earn higher marks if done correctly.
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You could do either structure, although structures that weave the argument throughout are more likely to earn higher marks if done correctly.
Thanks for your reply!
When weaving the arguments, the main difference is nature vs nurture, but I don't know whether it is correct to write about things such as reductionist, deterministic, scientific etc do you know if these would be relevant to answering the question?
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