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Biological and behavioural a 2000 word essay and I have no clue I've handed in draft of 1000 words and it's all wrong. What do I do
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Cheat!! Look online for past paper answers and use them as a frame to write your own essay from x
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Cheat!! Look online for past paper answers and use them as a frame to write your own essay from x
Wish I could but they got plagiarism when I send it in x
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Wish I could but they got plagiarism when I send it in x
Hey there! I am selling the AQA A-Level Psychology 2019 Paper 1 Question paper if you are interested! Useful as teachers may give this for any mocks/tests you have as the paper is unreleased, and seeing as exams are cancelled, doing good on this paper will influence your final grade! If interested, give me a message.
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I'm not doing a paper it's an essay
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Biological and behavioural a 2000 word essay and I have no clue I've handed in draft of 1000 words and it's all wrong. What do I do
What’s the exact question? And what exam board are you on?
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You haven't provided much detail but..
You need to start from the start and do some reading on the topic.

For example:
When it comes to biology you are looking at the brain functions; central nervous system, the different neurons reacting. The body functions; how the cells are working, the organs, how do all of the systems work together? For example, when we feel something hot the body sensors in our body let the brain know, which activates the autonomic nervous system this then activates the sympathomedullary pathway (SAM) which is the flight or flight response - causing us to move our hand away really quickly, increasing our heart rate ect. (I'm a psychology student though so it might be too psychological).

For the behavioural, you would probably need to look at the cognitive functions in the brain and link them together with the behaviours.

But the main point is Do some reading on the topic! Look at the learning objective and the material in the lectures.
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To meet the criteria you must include:
An introduction

Biological approach
2 assumptions (your choice - neurotransmitters, localisation, evolutionary influences)
A theory - Buss and Barnes - mating preferences
An evaluation (or compare and contrast after both approaches have been covered)

Behaviourist approach
2 assumptions (classical conditioning, operant conditioning
A theory - Bandura's Social Learning Theory
An evaluation or a compare and contrast of the approaches

A conclusion.
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Thanks I have read and read but it's not sticking in my brain
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Biological and behavioural a 2000 word essay and I have no clue I've handed in draft of 1000 words and it's all wrong. What do I do
Hi. Okay, writing essays in psychology require not only deep research but mastery of the content. Some might advise you to cheat online while others might just hint on how to go about the writing process. As for me, I think you need help and guidance with how you'll meritoriously handle the paper. I can do that honestly, and help you out in this. Just share the topic with me through private inbox and ill guide you out. I truly will help you. Thank you
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I can help you
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