End of Term Summer Quiz

End of Term Summer Quiz

A nice little quiz for younger students at the end of a busy term. 10 questions with a summer theme. Each one presented on a separate slide with a visual. Answers included of course! We hope that you enjoy the holidays when they finally arrive!
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End of Term game. What is it Visual Quiz

End of Term game. What is it Visual Quiz

It’s nearly the end of another busy school year. Give students a treat with this fun visual quiz. All they have to do is guess what the object is from a zoomed in section. All the objects have a summer theme. All complete photos are included of course so that the mystery objects can be revealed. We hope you enjoy the holiday when it finally arrives!
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Fun summer homework challenge

Fun summer homework challenge

I made this fun summer challenge for the children to encourage they to spend as little time infornt of the TV/Ipad screen as possible over the summer. The challenge consists of a number of fun outdoor challenges for them to complete and collect evidence to shown me when school starts again. Easily adapted to fit any age group.
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How to be a brilliant private tutor  - Everything you need to know about setting up as a tutor

How to be a brilliant private tutor - Everything you need to know about setting up as a tutor

Have you ever considered working as a private tutor? Maybe you have specialist knowledge of a subject or skill, or prior teaching experience? If so, tutoring could be for you. the demand for private tutors across all subjects and age groups is growing. With the option of flexible working patterns and the opportunity to share enthusiasm for a subject you love, tutoring can be an appealing choice of career, or a source of extra income. This book offers a wealth of practical insights and strategies, including: How to set up as a private tutor Working for a tutoring agency Finding tutoring work Planning and preparing tutoring work Giving feedback Assessing students’ progress Working with students with additional learning needs Teaching study skills Teaching reading and writing skills across subjects Overcoming common difficulties This is the PDF format of the book. An e-book version for Kindle is also available on Amazon. Published by Crooked Steeple, 2018.
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Level 3 year 1 BTEC Unit 3 Play and learning. Assignment briefs: LO A,B &C

Level 3 year 1 BTEC Unit 3 Play and learning. Assignment briefs: LO A,B &C

This is for students studying childcare level 3. I chose this unit for year 1 of the programme but it can be used for year 2. I have written these briefs and they have been internally verified before using. These assignments cover the whole unit. They may stipulate ‘using the proforma’ if this is the case please email me and i can forward any extra paper work too. They are also useful for planning your lessons around. This is new too me and im not sure if they are worth selling so at the moment i am only putting one unit on here. I have all unit briefs for Level 2 and level 3 year 1 & 2. if required (60 briefs in total, generally 3 per unit). Please feel free to leave feedback if you feel people would benefit of the rest that i have which are of the same structure and i will upload them.
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If She Only Knew Me

If She Only Knew Me

If She Only Knew Me was written from an at-risk child’s perspective. The book has sold more than one hundred thousand copies. I hope you will take the time to read it too!
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PGCE / SCITT Resources - Essays, Lesson Plans, SOW's and Additional 177 Resources

PGCE / SCITT Resources - Essays, Lesson Plans, SOW's and Additional 177 Resources

177 Resources These came in handy when completing my PGCE (SCITT) year. I have put together a bunch of resources to help save you a lot of time in researching. The extra resources are a selection of PDFs and word docs that make the difference as a resource for creating your own work and writing your assignments. *I have additional, personal essays that were submitted and graded at Outstanding for sale in my shop. *
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End of term activities. Cool Colouring

End of term activities. Cool Colouring

Great fun at the end of term. Get kids colouring with these beautiful original designs. Also many children and adults suffer from stress and anxiety at times. An over busy brain makes it difficult to concentrate on tasks and the feelings associated with anxiety can cause distress and further anxiety. Recent research suggests that activities which focus the mind without being overly taxing can help break the cycle of worry and anxiety and can help calm the busy mind. One such activity is colouring. This resource provides 40 original hand drawn kaleidoscopic images. The repetitive nature of the patterns is intentional, encouraging the individual to settle into a calming routine. Drawings range in complexity, making it a suitable resource for all age groups, including adults. I hope that enjoyment and a sense of calm at the end of term can be found by using this resource.
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Compound nouns

Compound nouns

Compound nouns practice. First the students join the halves of compound nouns together and then they have to match them to the correct pictures. Hope it is useful!
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Stop Asking and Start Telling: How To Get Kids To Do What They Are Told To Do With a Good Attitude

Stop Asking and Start Telling: How To Get Kids To Do What They Are Told To Do With a Good Attitude

STOP asking and Start Telling. If you want students to comply you have to stop giving choices and tell students exactly what you want them to do. Choices are something we all want and should be offered at times, but when there is a specific behavior you that you want your students to exhibit allowing choice only promotes confusion on the part of the students and frustration for the teacher. Compliance before choice is something that all students should understand. Students can’t say and do what they want when they want to do it. This 13 page guide provides instructions on how to do it with illustrations from the authors life and provides the language that will empower the teacher and create a positive school climate.
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TOP Teacher TEMPLATES for SECONDARY CLASSroom MANAGEMENT *Bundled $avings!

TOP Teacher TEMPLATES for SECONDARY CLASSroom MANAGEMENT *Bundled $avings!

Stay on task with these Classroom Management Templates! AWESOME Teacher HELPERS Packed with Purpose! *Teacher-Student Targeted Templates NO Prep Printables Tasks for Student Organization Core Time Saving Templates EDITABLE Word Docs, PPTs & PDFs Made Especially for Teachers BY a Teacher! Check Out the Individual Products Included Below: ** Open House with 3 Customizable Templates in Word ** Daily Opening Class Planner -Editable + Generic for all Subjects
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Mental Health > 9 Steps to Your HAPPY SPOT > Nonfiction Self Improvement Guide

Mental Health > 9 Steps to Your HAPPY SPOT > Nonfiction Self Improvement Guide

You deserve to be happy. It’s your birthright! In just 9 steps—10 seconds at a time, find out how to change your thought patterns to become happy all the time. This very fun, fast-read guidebook is loaded with a wealth of self-help ideas for reaching and maintaining a happy mental state. Easy thought-filled lessons lend a helping hand towards understanding how your mind works. Discover simple techniques for living a happy, healthier life. So, take 10 seconds, 9 steps at a time, to find true happiness—because you deserve it!
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GOAL SETTING Template > 2-Steps for Achieving Student Assignment Objectives!

GOAL SETTING Template > 2-Steps for Achieving Student Assignment Objectives!

All PURPOSE > GOALS 4 OUTCOMES is a 2-Step Template for achieving student assignment objectives. Self Explained and Self Guided. Step-by-step directions allow successful student results! Help your students align their academic goals with outcomes using this easy template - with no instruction time given! Self Guided & Self Explanatory Includes an Example Template + an Empty Template Ready to Fill In Use as a Discussion Starter Printable Handouts for ANY Assignment Successful Student Results !
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Goal Setting Skills 4 Students ~Teacher's Guide w/Printable TEMPLATES & Handouts

Goal Setting Skills 4 Students ~Teacher's Guide w/Printable TEMPLATES & Handouts

This POPULAR Goal Setting Skills 4 Students is a 25-page comprehensive, printable booklet FILLED WITH TEMPLATES will help you teach your students about making and achieving classroom --or life goals. Printable Goal Setting Worksheets! Activities! Discussions! Examples! Topics covered include: Goal Setting Steps Measuring Outcomes Planning & Monitoring . . . all of which are incorporated into student work sheets. Plenty of teacher ideas include how to use this method during teacher-student conferences; thoughts for quarter reviews; as well as lots of methods shared for goal setting. This guide comes complete with teacher notes and student work sheets for long term class planning, weekly monitoring, and taking corrective actions to keep on target. Can be used in multiple environments. Printable worksheets come in color and for black/white printing.
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Communication Skills: Fun Care Cards = Affirmations! Daily Cards 2 Boost Morale!

Communication Skills: Fun Care Cards = Affirmations! Daily Cards 2 Boost Morale!

Very Fun - So Easy - Over 75 Morale Boosting Care Cards for: Personnel & Supervisors ~ one a day reminders for your crew. Schools & Workplaces ~ for moral pick me ups. Parents, Mentors & Guardians ~ to share & lead by example. Employers ~ seasonal ideas & to inspire workplace fun. Groups ~ use and share as great empathy reminders. ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ Communicate That YOU CARE Includes 4 Care Card Sections: Around School & in the Work Place Around the Community Inexpensive Seasonal Ideas & Just 4 Fun Templates to Write Your Own Daily Affirmations Use your imagination! Anytime & Anywhere the Occasion Fits! EVERYONE NEEDS A PICK-ME-UP EVERY DAY !!!
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Oral Communication: Learn to Paraphrase 2 Understand ~ Activity Game & Template

Oral Communication: Learn to Paraphrase 2 Understand ~ Activity Game & Template

This is an AWESOME ACTIVITY for learning how to PARAPHRASE! No more misunderstandings! No more confusing language barriers! Learn how to straight talk and clarify statements easily. Get results NOW using this simple game. Suitable for all environments: school, work, home- anywhere people talk. Teachers, students, employees, supervisors, peers > EVERYONE benefits! Implement and augment your work place or classroom. Award buttons acknowledge successful interactions. Includes instructions, poster, and copy/cut out award buttons.
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Communication Skills: Etiquette Cards 4 Good Manners > Copy, Cut Out Behavior Task Cards

Communication Skills: Etiquette Cards 4 Good Manners > Copy, Cut Out Behavior Task Cards

30 Etiquette Cards printed 6-up to copy, cut out, and share. There are extra templates to print your own cards as well! This is an excellent tool for teachers, parents, employers and peers to use in the workplace or at school. These simple care cards are an effective no fuss alternative for giving reminders. Or, use as training aids for help with understanding proper social conduct.
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Oral Communication Skills: Secrets 4 Successful Relationships ~POPULAR CURRICULA

Oral Communication Skills: Secrets 4 Successful Relationships ~POPULAR CURRICULA

Help your students learn how to effectively communicate early in life. Essential Communication Skills and participating in the Talking Points will pave their way to successful relationships. Communicating with others–even with those who are close to you can–at times, be challenging. However, this guidebook will teach your students many practical principles for connecting verbally with others. Help students to open their mind and heart to learning exciting skills that will make their life less complicated and their relationships more rewarding. This guidebook has many practical, how-to examples that will direct your class through understanding communication concepts and skills. Enrich your own knowledge and learn many different perspectives from the information offered in this book. Learn how to negotiate conflict in an easy non-confrontational way. Learn what good listening habits are and how it affects any interaction. Understand how body language influences communication climates. Learn about passive-aggressive behaviors and how to effectively handle this conduct. Also covered in this guide is a section on written communication. Take a look at the highlights in Essential Communication Skills: What is Communication? Why Communication Goes Astray Nonverbal Communication Perceptions in Communication Perception Checks Listening is Challenging Develop Good Listening Habits Creating Positive Communication Climates Types of Messages Passive-Aggressive Behavior Coping with Conflict Communication in Relationships Making Relationships Work Written Communication
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CiViCS 4 KiDS >You Are a CITIZEN-What is Your DUTY? Ethics Activity PowerPoint

CiViCS 4 KiDS >You Are a CITIZEN-What is Your DUTY? Ethics Activity PowerPoint

CiViCs for KiDs is suitable for Ages 5 -10. This introductory PDF PowerPoint presents the concept of what it means to be a citizen, and conveys the message of what good citizen conduct entails. Includes 8 Q&A points for discussion! Here is What’s Included: Explains WHO is a Citizen Who are Special Types of Citizens Citizens Who Do Government Jobs Instills Social Responsibility Guidance Embedded Morality for Citizen Ethics NO PREP- 8 Integrated Q&A Points Simple, Fun and Engaging Awareness!
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CiViCS ETHiCS: GiVE BACK! = Introductory Activity Guide for Community Service

CiViCS ETHiCS: GiVE BACK! = Introductory Activity Guide for Community Service

GIVE BACK is an introductory activity guide for students who are engaging is community projects oriented to service to others. The exercises offers understanding of the benefits for doing community service. Pragmatic activities aid students to assess and decide if student is capable to lend their helping hand. This Activity Guide Offers FOUR (4) NO Prep Individual Related Assignments. Topic Exercises Include: Who Does Community Service? An exercise for awareness of charitable organizations. Service Starts with YOU! Focus wheel targeted at the intrinsic benefits of serving others. The Things in Your Path… Assignment helps students assess common community concerns. Assessing Sticky Situations – More challenges to develop student decision making processes.
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End of The Year Word Search: 3 Difficulties

End of The Year Word Search: 3 Difficulties

A word search puzzle worksheet featuring vocabulary words based on the end of the school year. Use this as a special treat for early finishers or something fun. This resource includes 3 different levels of difficulty. Each includes an answer key.
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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Posters & Key Ring Tags

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Posters & Key Ring Tags

As teachers and as people, we ask questions everyday. Not all questions are on the same level. Some questions are easy to answer where other questions may require a great deal of thinking. Bloom has provided us with his taxonomy to help us to compose questions on different levels of thinking. This taxonomy ranges from lower to higher levels of cognitive thinking. This resource includes: Detailed charts, both colored and black & white (use as handouts or posters) 2 Styles of single page handouts Key rings, laminate, hole punch at the top and put on a key ring for fast and easy access to questions
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End of the Year Award Posters (Editable in Google Slides)

End of the Year Award Posters (Editable in Google Slides)

Award certificates your students will love. This resource includes 3 style: congratulations awards, most likely awards and academic awards. You can edit and add your students name digitally. Then print them out on standard paper size. Additionally, you can just print out the ones you want from the PDF and hand write the students name, your name and the date. This resource is all in color! There are 100 awards to choose from as well as blanks for your own ideas!
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End of the Year Portfolio (Editable in Google Slides)

End of the Year Portfolio (Editable in Google Slides)

This resource provides a cover page as well as writing pages where students reflect on their achieved goals and accomplishments. Allow your students to show off all their hard work from the school year! This resource includes the following pages: Goals My Work Writing Math Remember
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Rubrics Variety >5 Editable Word Docs Templates =Oral+Written+Career+Web+Generic

Rubrics Variety >5 Editable Word Docs Templates =Oral+Written+Career+Web+Generic

5 Assorted Rubrics Templates with adjoining explanations and matching criteria. In a a ZIP file the 19 page PDF is in color, plus black and white to conserve printing ink. The 9 page EDITABLE WORD DOC, only in black/white, is fully customizeable for your specific needs. 5 Rubrics Include: ~ Written Expression ~ Oral Presentations ~ Career Reports ~ Generic Grading Criteria ~ Website Performance (Checklist) Simple to use. Easy to understand. Effortless to fill out! Share the Rubrics with your class to set assignment expectations and goals upfront. Rubric grading is NOW made easy!
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Printable Template > List Making Simplified ! Think ~ Write ~ Prioritize = EASY

Printable Template > List Making Simplified ! Think ~ Write ~ Prioritize = EASY

Lists are handy reminders. They are great to organize and prioritize. Do your students make use of making lists for their school studies? Take 30-minutes to show students this handy skill! Lists are here to stay . . . Use this easy list lesson to help your students integrate the steps of Think-Write-Prioritize to do their list making as well as show them how to use this concept for managing their daily assignments–and life tasks! Included is a short intro on making effective lists, plus lots of list templates. Put this one on your wish list > then enjoy the outcomes!
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Ticket 2 Go > All Occasion Pass or Reward Cards! > EDITABLE Doc + Original PDF

Ticket 2 Go > All Occasion Pass or Reward Cards! > EDITABLE Doc + Original PDF

This product includes an EDITABLE Word Doc along with the ORIGINAL PDF. You may change this ticket to suit your classroom needs. Ticket 2 Go > Admit 1 are Generic Passes for all Occasions. Copy, cut out and fill out according to your class needs. Keep a stack handy in your desk! Great for: ~ Bathroom & Hall Passes ~ Any and ALL Purposes ~ Excused from Class or Assignments! Use as a: ~ Reward ~ Class Giveaway ~ For Good Behavior ~ For Class Participation Thank YOU & Enjoy!
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Google Slides - Jeopardy Game Template

Google Slides - Jeopardy Game Template

This is a Google Slides editable Jeopardy game template. Jeopardy is great for a fun and interactive way to review information. You can insert all your own information and all the slides are linked for you, ready to go. If you click the question the student wants to answer it will go directly to that slide. If you click “answer” you will go directly to the answer. Other Google Slide Games: Jeopardy Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Baseball Review Basketball Review Wheel of Fortune Tic Tac Toe Review Connect 4 Review -Review Racer
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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (Google Slides Game Template)

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (Google Slides Game Template)

This is a Google Slides editable Who Wants to Be a Millionaire game template. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is great for a fun and interactive way to review information. You can insert all your own information and all the slides are linked for you, ready to go. Other Google Slide Games: Jeopardy Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Baseball Review Basketball Review Wheel of Fortune Tic Tac Toe Review Connect 4 Review -Review Racer
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Review Racer (Google Slides Game Template)

Review Racer (Google Slides Game Template)

This is an easy to use Review Racer game template. This game is great to review before quizzes and tests! This game is generic and works with any subject area such as English, history, math, science, social studies, etc. Easy to follow. Other Google Slide Games: Jeopardy Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Baseball Review Basketball Review Wheel of Fortune Tic Tac Toe Review Connect 4 Review -Review Racer
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Quick IEP (Editable in Google Docs)

Quick IEP (Editable in Google Docs)

This one-page “Quick IEP” document. It is great for your students general education and resource teachers. It allows teachers to easily see what accommodations your IEP students have. Included is a printable PDF file as well as an editable Google Doc. You can easily change the accommodations to fit your student’s IEP.
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Four A* full mark whole paper examples of Paper 1 (two sets) and Paper 2 (two sets) AQA AS Psychology examinations. 5 Schizophrenia essays and examination tips. A*,full mark examples. Paper 1 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/1) Introductory Topics in Psychology full mark A* answers. Paper 2 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/2) Psychology in context full mark A* specimen example answers. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Three 'Schizophrenia' Section C essays. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Two 'Relationships' Section B essays. Two 16 mark, A star, 'Gender' Section B essays. (PDF)

Four A* full mark whole paper examples of Paper 1 (two sets) and Paper 2 (two sets) AQA AS Psychology examinations. 5 Schizophrenia essays and examination tips. A*,full mark examples. Paper 1 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/1) Introductory Topics in Psychology full mark A* answers. Paper 2 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/2) Psychology in context full mark A* specimen example answers. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Three 'Schizophrenia' Section C essays. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Two 'Relationships' Section B essays. Two 16 mark, A star, 'Gender' Section B essays. (PDF)

A*, full mark example of the AQA A-level Psychology (7182/1) PAPER 1 (first set) specimen paper. (New syllabus) Section A : Social Influence Section B : Memory Section C: Attachment. Section D: Psychopathology This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade you can in your AQA A-level exam. Featuring answers to the following questions: Section A Social influence 0 1 Which of the following terms best matches the statements below?[4 marks] 0 2 Briefly outline and evaluate the findings of any one study of social influence. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss two explanations of resistance to social influence. As part of your discussion, refer to the views expressed by Jack and Sarah in the conversation above. [16 marks] Section B Memory 0 4-0 1 What is the most appropriate measure of central tendency for calculating the average of the scores, from Table 1, in each of the two groups? Justify your answer. [2 marks] 0 4-0 2 Calculate the measure of central tendency you have identified in your answer to question 04.0 1 for Group A and Group B. Show your calculations for each group. [4 marks] 0 4-0 3 Use your knowledge of forgetting to explain why this may have occurred. [2 marks] 0 5 Describe and evaluate the working memory model of memory. [16 marks] Section C Attachment 06 Name three stages in the development of attachments identified by Schaffer. [3 marks] 0 7 Name the attachment type demonstrated by each of the children in the conversation above by writing the attachment type next to the name below. [3 marks] 0 8 Briefly evaluate learning theory as an explanation of attachment. [4 marks] 0 9 Explain what is meant by ‘event sampling’. [2 marks] 1 0 Briefly discuss how observational research might be improved by conducting observations in a controlled environment. [4 marks] 1 1 Discuss research into the influence of early attachment on adult relationships. [8 marks] Section D Psychopathology 1 2 Which two of the following are examples of Jahoda’s criteria for ‘ideal mental health’? [2 marks] 1 3 Apart from ‘deviation from ideal mental health’, outline three definitions of abnormality. Refer to the article above in your answer. [6 marks] 1 4 Suggest how the behavioural approach might be used to explain Kirsty’s phobia of balloons. [4 marks] 1 5-0 2 Outline one way in which the researchers should have dealt with ethical issues in this study. [2 marks] 1 5-0 3 Explain how this study could be modified by checking the sleep questionnaire for test-retest reliability. [4 marks] 1 6 Outline cognitive behaviour therapy as a treatment for depression. [4 marks] 3377 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF RESOURCE. A*, full mark example of the AQA A-level Psychology (7182/2) PAPER 2 (first set) specimen paper. Psychology in context (New syllabus) Section A : Approaches in Psychology Section B : Biopsychology Section C: Research methods This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade you can in your AQA A-level exam for Paper 2. Featuring answers to the following questions: Section A Approaches in Psychology 0 2 Explain what is meant by ‘inference’ in relation to this study. [2 marks] 0 3 Outline what is meant by ‘congruence’. Explain one way in which Dominic might achieve ‘congruence’. [4 marks] 0 4 Discuss the contribution of behaviourist psychologists such as Pavlov and Skinner to our understanding of human behaviour. [16 marks] Section B Biopsychology 0 6 Outline one difference between the EEG and ERPs. [2 marks] 0 7 Using your knowledge of endogenous pacemakers and exogenous zeitgebers, explain Sam’s experiences. [4 marks] 0 9 Outline the structures and processes involved in synaptic transmission. [6 marks] 1 0 Briefly explain how unusual behaviour in split brain patients could be tested in an experiment. [2 marks] 1 1 Briefly evaluate research using split brain patients to investigate hemispheric lateralisation of function. [4 marks] Section C Research methods 1 2 Identify the dependent variable in this study. [2 marks] 1 3 Write a suitable hypothesis for this study. [3 marks] 1 4 Identify one extraneous variable that the psychologist should have controlled in the study and explain why it should have been controlled. [3 marks] 1 5 Explain one advantage of using a stratified sample of participants in this study. [2 marks] 1 6 Explain how the psychologist would have obtained the male participants for her stratified sample. Show your calculations. [3 marks] 1 8 What conclusions might the psychologist draw from the data in Table 1? Refer to the means and standard deviations in your answer. [6 marks] 1 9 Explain how using the standard deviation rather than the range in this situation, would improve the study. [3 marks] 2 0 Explain why the test you have chosen would be a suitable test in this case. [4 marks] 2 1 What is meant by ‘the results were significant at p 2 2 Briefly explain one method the psychologist could use to check the validity of the data she collected in this study. [2 marks] 2 3 Briefly explain one reason why it is important for research to undergo a peer review process. [2 marks] 2 4 Design an observation study to investigate sex differences in non-verbal behaviour of males and females when they are giving a presentation to an audience. [12 marks] 3065 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF document. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology ‘Schizophrenia’ Section C. Full mark specimen paper 3 (both sets) essays. (PDF). A*, full mark examples. This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade for the AQA A2 exam for Section C, Topic : Schizophrenia, Paper 3. Featuring answers to the following questions: AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Section C Schizophrenia (first set specimen material) 0 1 Discuss biological explanations for schizophrenia. [16 marks] AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Section C Schizophrenia (second set specimen material) 0 1 Discuss reliability and/or validity in relation to the diagnosis and classification of schizophrenia. [8 marks] 0 2 Discuss token economies as a method used in the management of schizophrenia. [8 marks] 3 Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology Schizophrenia essays. 1269 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF document. AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 ‘Relationships’ Section B. Full mark specimen paper 3 (both sets) essays (PDF). A*,full mark examples. This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade for the AQA A2 exam for Section B, Topic : Relationships, Paper 3. Featuring answers to the following questions: AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (193.6 KB) Section B Relationships 0 1 Discuss evolutionary explanations for partner preferences. [16 marks] AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (second set) (72.7 KB) Section B Relationships Read the item and answer the question that follows. Teddy is discussing his girlfriend, Sasha. He says, ‘We were in the same year at university, both studying marketing. She was really good at the theoretical side and I was better when it came to practical work. We specialise in different areas now. I’m always proud to be seen out with Sasha. Other guys are really jealous when they see her. We tell each other everything though, no secrets in our relationship.’ Discuss factors affecting attraction in romantic relationships. Refer to Teddy’s comments in your answer. [16 marks] 1117 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF document. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology ‘Gender’ Section B. Full mark specimen paper 3 (both sets) essays. A*,full mark examples. This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade for the AQA A2 exam for Section B, Topic : Gender Paper 3. AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (193.6 KB) Section B Gender 0 1 Describe and evaluate Kohlberg’s explanation of gender development. [16 marks] Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (second set) (72.7 KB) Section B Gender 0 2 Read the item and answer the question that follows. Social psychologists are writing a report about their research into children’s toys. They write, ‘Parents still tend to buy pink for girls. In fact, it is hard to find any adverts aimed at girls that are not ‘pink and fluffy’. For boys, parents tend to buy more competitive or combat-type toys. Good against evil is a common theme in adverts aimed at boys. Even at school, playground activities are different. As children get older, boys and girls tend to have more shared interests like music’. Discuss the influence of culture and media on the development of gender roles. Refer to the report above in your answer. [16 marks] Words: 1424. Copyright: Joseph Campbell 2018. A*, full mark examples of the AQA AS PAPER 1 (first and second set) and AQA AS PAPER 2 (first and second set) specimen papers. For teaching AS Psychology. Featuring answers to the following questions: Paper 1 (First set) Section A Social influence 0 1 Briefly outline and evaluate the authoritarian personality as an explanation of obedience to authority. [4 marks] 0 2 With reference to the article above, explain how social influence leads to social change. [6 marks] 0 3 Describe and evaluate two studies of social influence. [12 marks] Section B Memory 0 1 The experiment used an independent groups design. Explain how this study could have been modified by using a matched pairs design. [4 marks] 02 Identify and outline two techniques that may be used in a cognitive interview. [4 marks] 0 3 Outline and evaluate research into the effects of leading questions on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. [8 marks] Section C Attachment 0 1 With reference to Abdul’s conversation with his friend, outline two features of caregiver-infant interaction. [4 marks] 0 2 Explain how such observational research might be refined through the use of behavioural categories. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss Bowlby’s maternal deprivation theory. Refer to the experience of Joe as part of your discussion. [12 marks] Paper 1 (Second set) Section A Social influence 0 1 Identify and briefly discuss two reasons why people have criticised Zimbardo’s prison study. [6 marks] 0 2 With reference to this example of social change, explain how psychology might affect the economy. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss two explanations for conformity. Refer to Polly and Jed in your discussion. [12 marks] Section B Memory 0 1 Use your knowledge of the multi-store model of memory to explain the purpose of this research and the likely outcome. [4 marks] 0 2 Suggest one 4-letter sequence and one 5-letter sequence that the researcher could use. In the case of each sequence, give a justification for your choice. Use a different justification for each sequence. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss two explanations for forgetting. Refer to Martin’s experiences in your answer. [12 marks] Section C Attachment 0 1 Using the data in Table 1, explain the procedure used for the time sampling technique in this study. [3 marks] 0 2 In what percentage of the total observations was the baby gazing at his mother? Show your calculations. [2 marks] 0 3 Explain what is meant by ‘overt observation’. [2 marks] 0 4 Outline the procedure used in one study of animal attachment. [4 marks] 0 5 Briefly discuss one limitation of using animals to study attachment in humans. [4 marks] 0 6 Outline and evaluate Bowlby’s monotropic theory of attachment. [8 marks] Approaches in Psychology 0 1 Briefly suggest how each of these responses might inform psychologists investigating models of human cognitive processing. [2 marks] 0 2 Explain which type of conditioning is being investigated in this experiment? [2 marks] 0 3 Outline what is meant by social learning theory and explain how social learning might have occurred in the procedure described above. [6 marks] 0 4 Discuss two limitations of social learning theory. [6 marks] Section B Psychopathology 0 1 Distinguish between obsessions and compulsions. [2 marks] 0 2 With reference to the study described above, what do the results seem to show about possible influences on the development of OCD? [4 marks] 0 3 Outline one cognitive characteristic of OCD and one behavioural characteristic of OCD that can be identified from the description provided by Steven. [2 marks] 0 4 Briefly outline one strength of the cognitive explanation of depression. [2 marks] 0 5 Outline and evaluate the behavioural approach to treating phobias. [12 marks] Section C Research methods Identify the experimental design used in this study and outline one advantage of this experimental design. [3 marks] 0 2 Describe one other experimental design that researchers use in psychology. [2 marks] 0 3 Apart from using random allocation, suggest one way in which the psychologist might have improved this study by controlling for the effects of extraneous variables. Justify your answer. [2 marks] 0 4 Write a suitable hypothesis for this study. [3 marks] 0 5 From the information given in the description, calculate the number of participants in each group in Condition B. [1 mark] 0 6 Name a measure of dispersion the psychologist could use. [1 mark] 0 7 The psychologist uses the measure of dispersion you have named in your answer to question 0 6. State how the result for each condition would differ. [1 mark] 0 8 Explain how the psychologist could have used random allocation to assign the 15 participants in Condition B into the 5 groups. [3 marks] 0 9 Using the information given, explain how the psychologist could further analyse the data using percentages. [2 marks] 1 0 At the end of the study the psychologist debriefed each participant. Write a debriefing that the psychologist could read out to the participants in Condition A. [6 marks] Section A Approaches in Psychology 0 1 Briefly explain one function of the endocrine system. [2 marks] 0 2 Why are the standard deviation values found in the study above useful descriptive statistics for the cognitive psychologist? [2 marks] 0 3 Outline one problem of studying internal mental processes like memory ability by conducting experiments such as that described in Question 03 above. [2 marks] 0 4 Use your knowledge of genotype and phenotype to explain this difference in their personalities. [4 marks] 0 5 Outline and evaluate the social learning theory approach. Refer to evidence in your answer. [12 marks] Section B Psychopathology 0 1 What is meant by ‘statistical infrequency’ as a definition of abnormality? [2 marks] Outline two characteristics of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Refer to Gavin in your answer. [4 marks] A psychologist has suggested treating Tommy’s fear of birds using systematic desensitisation. Explain how this procedure could be used to help Tommy overcome his phobia. [4 marks] 0 4 Explain why systematic desensitisation might be more ethical than using flooding to treat Tommy’s phobia. [2 marks] 0 5 Outline and evaluate at least one cognitive approach to explaining depression. [12 marks] Section C Research Methods 0 1 What does the table suggest about the relationship between age and attitude to social care issues? Explain your answer. [2 marks] 0 2 The researchers rated the active engagement of the participants in the discussion on social care. They used this rating as a measure of each participant’s attitude to social care issues. Briefly explain how investigator effects might have occurred in this study. [2 marks] 0 3 Outline how the researchers could have avoided investigator effects having an impact on the study. [2 marks] 0 4 Briefly discuss the benefits for the researchers of using both closed and open questions on their questionnaire about attitudes to social care. [4 marks] 0 5 Write one question that you think the researchers might have put on their questionnaire. Explain which type of question you have written and why you think this would be a suitable question for this study. [3 marks] 0 6 Identify the qualitative and quantitative data collected in this study. Explain your answer. [4 marks] 0 7 Explain how the researchers should have addressed two ethical issues in the investigation. [4 marks] Total words for this resource : 8624 words. This resource is entirely compatible with Paper 3 of the new A-Level Psychology: AQA Year 2, Section C’s 16 mark question on Schizophrenia for first teaching in September 2016. Five AQA ‘A’ star PSYA4 Schizophrenia 24 mark answers for £5. ‘A’ grade answers from January 2012, June 2012, January 2013, June 2013 and June 2014 exams on the ‘Schizophrenia’ section. AQA ‘A’ June 2014 – Schizophrenia. http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-PSYA4-QP-JUN14.PDF Section A - Psychopathology Each topic carries 24 marks. Where appropriate, refer to theories and/or studies. Topic: Schizophrenia 0 1 Discuss psychological explanations for schizophrenia. [8 marks + 16 marks] AQA ‘A’ June 2013 – Schizophrenia. http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-PSYA4-QP-JUN13.PDF Section A - Psychopathology Each topic carries 24 marks. Where appropriate, refer to theories and/or studies. Topic: Schizophrenia 0 1 Discuss biological explanations for schizophrenia. [8 marks + 16 marks] AQA ‘A’ January 2013 – Schizophrenia. http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-PSYA4-QP-JAN13.PDF Section A - Psychopathology Each topic carries 24 marks. Where appropriate, refer to theories and/or studies. Topic: Schizophrenia 0 1 Outline and evaluate one biological therapy for schizophrenia. (4 marks + 8 marks) 0 2 Outline and evaluate one psychological therapy for schizophrenia. (4 marks + 8 marks) AQA ‘A’ June 2012 – Schizophrenia. http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-PSYA4-QP-JUN12.PDF Section A - Psychopathology Each topic carries 24 marks. Where appropriate, refer to theories and/or studies. Topic: Schizophrenia 0 1 Outline and evaluate one biological therapy for schizophrenia and one psychological therapy for schizophrenia. [8 marks + 16 marks] AQA ‘A’ January 2012 – Schizophrenia. http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-PSYA4-QP-JAN12.PDF Section A - Psychopathology Each topic carries 24 marks. Where appropriate, refer to theories and/or studies. Topic: Schizophrenia Discuss issues associated with the classification and/or diagnosis of schizophrenia. [8 marks + 16 marks] The following are five ‘A’ grade answers. 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Four A* full mark whole paper examples of Paper 1 (two sets) and Paper 2 (two sets) AQA AS Psychology examinations. 5 Relationships essays and examination tips. A*,full mark examples. Paper 1 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/1) Introductory Topics in Psychology full mark A* answers. Paper 2 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/2) Psychology in context full mark A* specimen example answers. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Three 'Schizophrenia' Section C essays. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Two 'Relationships' Section B essays. Two 16 mark, A star, 'Gender' Section B essays. (PDF)

Four A* full mark whole paper examples of Paper 1 (two sets) and Paper 2 (two sets) AQA AS Psychology examinations. 5 Relationships essays and examination tips. A*,full mark examples. Paper 1 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/1) Introductory Topics in Psychology full mark A* answers. Paper 2 AQA A-level Psychology (7182/2) Psychology in context full mark A* specimen example answers. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Three 'Schizophrenia' Section C essays. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology. Two 'Relationships' Section B essays. Two 16 mark, A star, 'Gender' Section B essays. (PDF)

A*, full mark example of the AQA A-level Psychology (7182/1) PAPER 1 (first set) specimen paper. (New syllabus) Section A : Social Influence Section B : Memory Section C: Attachment. Section D: Psychopathology This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade you can in your AQA A-level exam. Featuring answers to the following questions: Section A Social influence 0 1 Which of the following terms best matches the statements below?[4 marks] 0 2 Briefly outline and evaluate the findings of any one study of social influence. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss two explanations of resistance to social influence. As part of your discussion, refer to the views expressed by Jack and Sarah in the conversation above. [16 marks] Section B Memory 0 4-0 1 What is the most appropriate measure of central tendency for calculating the average of the scores, from Table 1, in each of the two groups? Justify your answer. [2 marks] 0 4-0 2 Calculate the measure of central tendency you have identified in your answer to question 04.0 1 for Group A and Group B. Show your calculations for each group. [4 marks] 0 4-0 3 Use your knowledge of forgetting to explain why this may have occurred. [2 marks] 0 5 Describe and evaluate the working memory model of memory. [16 marks] Section C Attachment 06 Name three stages in the development of attachments identified by Schaffer. [3 marks] 0 7 Name the attachment type demonstrated by each of the children in the conversation above by writing the attachment type next to the name below. [3 marks] 0 8 Briefly evaluate learning theory as an explanation of attachment. [4 marks] 0 9 Explain what is meant by ‘event sampling’. [2 marks] 1 0 Briefly discuss how observational research might be improved by conducting observations in a controlled environment. [4 marks] 1 1 Discuss research into the influence of early attachment on adult relationships. [8 marks] Section D Psychopathology 1 2 Which two of the following are examples of Jahoda’s criteria for ‘ideal mental health’? [2 marks] 1 3 Apart from ‘deviation from ideal mental health’, outline three definitions of abnormality. Refer to the article above in your answer. [6 marks] 1 4 Suggest how the behavioural approach might be used to explain Kirsty’s phobia of balloons. [4 marks] 1 5-0 2 Outline one way in which the researchers should have dealt with ethical issues in this study. [2 marks] 1 5-0 3 Explain how this study could be modified by checking the sleep questionnaire for test-retest reliability. [4 marks] 1 6 Outline cognitive behaviour therapy as a treatment for depression. [4 marks] 3377 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF RESOURCE. A*, full mark example of the AQA A-level Psychology (7182/2) PAPER 2 (first set) specimen paper. Psychology in context (New syllabus) Section A : Approaches in Psychology Section B : Biopsychology Section C: Research methods This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade you can in your AQA A-level exam for Paper 2. Featuring answers to the following questions: Section A Approaches in Psychology 0 2 Explain what is meant by ‘inference’ in relation to this study. [2 marks] 0 3 Outline what is meant by ‘congruence’. Explain one way in which Dominic might achieve ‘congruence’. [4 marks] 0 4 Discuss the contribution of behaviourist psychologists such as Pavlov and Skinner to our understanding of human behaviour. [16 marks] Section B Biopsychology 0 6 Outline one difference between the EEG and ERPs. [2 marks] 0 7 Using your knowledge of endogenous pacemakers and exogenous zeitgebers, explain Sam’s experiences. [4 marks] 0 9 Outline the structures and processes involved in synaptic transmission. [6 marks] 1 0 Briefly explain how unusual behaviour in split brain patients could be tested in an experiment. [2 marks] 1 1 Briefly evaluate research using split brain patients to investigate hemispheric lateralisation of function. [4 marks] Section C Research methods 1 2 Identify the dependent variable in this study. [2 marks] 1 3 Write a suitable hypothesis for this study. [3 marks] 1 4 Identify one extraneous variable that the psychologist should have controlled in the study and explain why it should have been controlled. [3 marks] 1 5 Explain one advantage of using a stratified sample of participants in this study. [2 marks] 1 6 Explain how the psychologist would have obtained the male participants for her stratified sample. Show your calculations. [3 marks] 1 8 What conclusions might the psychologist draw from the data in Table 1? Refer to the means and standard deviations in your answer. [6 marks] 1 9 Explain how using the standard deviation rather than the range in this situation, would improve the study. [3 marks] 2 0 Explain why the test you have chosen would be a suitable test in this case. [4 marks] 2 1 What is meant by ‘the results were significant at p 2 2 Briefly explain one method the psychologist could use to check the validity of the data she collected in this study. [2 marks] 2 3 Briefly explain one reason why it is important for research to undergo a peer review process. [2 marks] 2 4 Design an observation study to investigate sex differences in non-verbal behaviour of males and females when they are giving a presentation to an audience. [12 marks] 3065 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF document. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology ‘Schizophrenia’ Section C. Full mark specimen paper 3 (both sets) essays. (PDF). A*, full mark examples. This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade for the AQA A2 exam for Section C, Topic : Schizophrenia, Paper 3. Featuring answers to the following questions: AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Section C Schizophrenia (first set specimen material) 0 1 Discuss biological explanations for schizophrenia. [16 marks] AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Section C Schizophrenia (second set specimen material) 0 1 Discuss reliability and/or validity in relation to the diagnosis and classification of schizophrenia. [8 marks] 0 2 Discuss token economies as a method used in the management of schizophrenia. [8 marks] 3 Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology Schizophrenia essays. 1269 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF document. AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 ‘Relationships’ Section B. Full mark specimen paper 3 (both sets) essays (PDF). A*,full mark examples. This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade for the AQA A2 exam for Section B, Topic : Relationships, Paper 3. Featuring answers to the following questions: AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (193.6 KB) Section B Relationships 0 1 Discuss evolutionary explanations for partner preferences. [16 marks] AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (second set) (72.7 KB) Section B Relationships Read the item and answer the question that follows. Teddy is discussing his girlfriend, Sasha. He says, ‘We were in the same year at university, both studying marketing. She was really good at the theoretical side and I was better when it came to practical work. We specialise in different areas now. I’m always proud to be seen out with Sasha. Other guys are really jealous when they see her. We tell each other everything though, no secrets in our relationship.’ Discuss factors affecting attraction in romantic relationships. Refer to Teddy’s comments in your answer. [16 marks] 1117 words total for all questions and answers in this PDF document. Paper 3 AQA Issues and Options in Psychology ‘Gender’ Section B. Full mark specimen paper 3 (both sets) essays. A*,full mark examples. This resource demonstrates in a practical way how to get the best grade for the AQA A2 exam for Section B, Topic : Gender Paper 3. AQA A-level PSYCHOLOGY (7182/3) Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (193.6 KB) Section B Gender 0 1 Describe and evaluate Kohlberg’s explanation of gender development. [16 marks] Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology 2017 Paper 3 (A-level): Specimen question paper (second set) (72.7 KB) Section B Gender 0 2 Read the item and answer the question that follows. Social psychologists are writing a report about their research into children’s toys. They write, ‘Parents still tend to buy pink for girls. In fact, it is hard to find any adverts aimed at girls that are not ‘pink and fluffy’. For boys, parents tend to buy more competitive or combat-type toys. Good against evil is a common theme in adverts aimed at boys. Even at school, playground activities are different. As children get older, boys and girls tend to have more shared interests like music’. Discuss the influence of culture and media on the development of gender roles. Refer to the report above in your answer. [16 marks] Words: 1424. Copyright: Joseph Campbell 2018. A*, full mark examples of the AQA AS PAPER 1 (first and second set) and AQA AS PAPER 2 (first and second set) specimen papers. For teaching AS Psychology. Featuring answers to the following questions: Paper 1 (First set) Section A Social influence 0 1 Briefly outline and evaluate the authoritarian personality as an explanation of obedience to authority. [4 marks] 0 2 With reference to the article above, explain how social influence leads to social change. [6 marks] 0 3 Describe and evaluate two studies of social influence. [12 marks] Section B Memory 0 1 The experiment used an independent groups design. Explain how this study could have been modified by using a matched pairs design. [4 marks] 02 Identify and outline two techniques that may be used in a cognitive interview. [4 marks] 0 3 Outline and evaluate research into the effects of leading questions on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. [8 marks] Section C Attachment 0 1 With reference to Abdul’s conversation with his friend, outline two features of caregiver-infant interaction. [4 marks] 0 2 Explain how such observational research might be refined through the use of behavioural categories. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss Bowlby’s maternal deprivation theory. Refer to the experience of Joe as part of your discussion. [12 marks] Paper 1 (Second set) Section A Social influence 0 1 Identify and briefly discuss two reasons why people have criticised Zimbardo’s prison study. [6 marks] 0 2 With reference to this example of social change, explain how psychology might affect the economy. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss two explanations for conformity. Refer to Polly and Jed in your discussion. [12 marks] Section B Memory 0 1 Use your knowledge of the multi-store model of memory to explain the purpose of this research and the likely outcome. [4 marks] 0 2 Suggest one 4-letter sequence and one 5-letter sequence that the researcher could use. In the case of each sequence, give a justification for your choice. Use a different justification for each sequence. [4 marks] 0 3 Discuss two explanations for forgetting. Refer to Martin’s experiences in your answer. [12 marks] Section C Attachment 0 1 Using the data in Table 1, explain the procedure used for the time sampling technique in this study. [3 marks] 0 2 In what percentage of the total observations was the baby gazing at his mother? Show your calculations. [2 marks] 0 3 Explain what is meant by ‘overt observation’. [2 marks] 0 4 Outline the procedure used in one study of animal attachment. [4 marks] 0 5 Briefly discuss one limitation of using animals to study attachment in humans. [4 marks] 0 6 Outline and evaluate Bowlby’s monotropic theory of attachment. [8 marks] Approaches in Psychology 0 1 Briefly suggest how each of these responses might inform psychologists investigating models of human cognitive processing. [2 marks] 0 2 Explain which type of conditioning is being investigated in this experiment? [2 marks] 0 3 Outline what is meant by social learning theory and explain how social learning might have occurred in the procedure described above. [6 marks] 0 4 Discuss two limitations of social learning theory. [6 marks] Section B Psychopathology 0 1 Distinguish between obsessions and compulsions. [2 marks] 0 2 With reference to the study described above, what do the results seem to show about possible influences on the development of OCD? [4 marks] 0 3 Outline one cognitive characteristic of OCD and one behavioural characteristic of OCD that can be identified from the description provided by Steven. [2 marks] 0 4 Briefly outline one strength of the cognitive explanation of depression. [2 marks] 0 5 Outline and evaluate the behavioural approach to treating phobias. [12 marks] Section C Research methods Identify the experimental design used in this study and outline one advantage of this experimental design. [3 marks] 0 2 Describe one other experimental design that researchers use in psychology. [2 marks] 0 3 Apart from using random allocation, suggest one way in which the psychologist might have improved this study by controlling for the effects of extraneous variables. Justify your answer. [2 marks] 0 4 Write a suitable hypothesis for this study. [3 marks] 0 5 From the information given in the description, calculate the number of participants in each group in Condition B. [1 mark] 0 6 Name a measure of dispersion the psychologist could use. [1 mark] 0 7 The psychologist uses the measure of dispersion you have named in your answer to question 0 6. State how the result for each condition would differ. [1 mark] 0 8 Explain how the psychologist could have used random allocation to assign the 15 participants in Condition B into the 5 groups. [3 marks] 0 9 Using the information given, explain how the psychologist could further analyse the data using percentages. [2 marks] 1 0 At the end of the study the psychologist debriefed each participant. Write a debriefing that the psychologist could read out to the participants in Condition A. [6 marks] Section A Approaches in Psychology 0 1 Briefly explain one function of the endocrine system. [2 marks] 0 2 Why are the standard deviation values found in the study above useful descriptive statistics for the cognitive psychologist? [2 marks] 0 3 Outline one problem of studying internal mental processes like memory ability by conducting experiments such as that described in Question 03 above. [2 marks] 0 4 Use your knowledge of genotype and phenotype to explain this difference in their personalities. [4 marks] 0 5 Outline and evaluate the social learning theory approach. Refer to evidence in your answer. [12 marks] Section B Psychopathology 0 1 What is meant by ‘statistical infrequency’ as a definition of abnormality? [2 marks] Outline two characteristics of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Refer to Gavin in your answer. [4 marks] A psychologist has suggested treating Tommy’s fear of birds using systematic desensitisation. Explain how this procedure could be used to help Tommy overcome his phobia. [4 marks] 0 4 Explain why systematic desensitisation might be more ethical than using flooding to treat Tommy’s phobia. [2 marks] 0 5 Outline and evaluate at least one cognitive approach to explaining depression. [12 marks] Section C Research Methods 0 1 What does the table suggest about the relationship between age and attitude to social care issues? Explain your answer. [2 marks] 0 2 The researchers rated the active engagement of the participants in the discussion on social care. They used this rating as a measure of each participant’s attitude to social care issues. Briefly explain how investigator effects might have occurred in this study. [2 marks] 0 3 Outline how the researchers could have avoided investigator effects having an impact on the study. [2 marks] 0 4 Briefly discuss the benefits for the researchers of using both closed and open questions on their questionnaire about attitudes to social care. [4 marks] 0 5 Write one question that you think the researchers might have put on their questionnaire. Explain which type of question you have written and why you think this would be a suitable question for this study. [3 marks] 0 6 Identify the qualitative and quantitative data collected in this study. Explain your answer. [4 marks] 0 7 Explain how the researchers should have addressed two ethical issues in the investigation. [4 marks] Total words for this resource : 8624 words This resource is entirely compatible with Paper 3 of the new A-Level Psychology: AQA Year 2, Section B’s 16 mark essay question on Relationships for first teaching in September 2016. This is a PDF file available now for download. Five AQA ‘A’ PSYA3 Relationships 24 mark answers for £5. ‘A’ grade answers from January 2012, June 2012, January 2013, June 2013 and January 2014 exams on the ‘Relationships’ section. AQA PSYCHOLOGY (SPECIFICATION A) PSYA3 (January 2012) Unit 03 - Topics in Psychology: Question paper (86.8 KB) Topic: Relationships Discuss research into the breakdown of romantic relationships. (24 marks) AO1 =8; AO2 =16. AQA PSYCHOLOGY (SPECIFICATION A) PSYA3 (June 2012) Unit 03 - Topics in Psychology: Question paper Topic: Relationships Discuss the relationship between sexual selection and human reproductive behaviour. (24 marks) AO1 =8; AO2 =16. AQA PSYCHOLOGY (SPECIFICATION A) PSYA3 (January 2013) Unit 03 - Topics in Psychology: Question paper Topic: Relationships 0 4 Outline and evaluate one theory of the formation of romantic relationships. (12 marks) AO1 =4; AO2 =8. 0 5 Discuss research into the influence of childhood on adult relationships. (12 marks) AO1 =4; AO2 =8. Total for this question: 24 marks. AQA PSYCHOLOGY (SPECIFICATION A) PSYA3 (June 2013) Unit 03 - Topics in Psychology: Question paper Topic: Relationships 0 4 Outline and evaluate one theory of the maintenance of romantic relationships. (12 marks) AO1 =4; AO2 =8 0 5 Discuss research into the influence of culture on romantic relationships. (12 marks) AO1 =4; AO2 =8 Total for this question: 24 marks. AQA PSYCHOLOGY (SPECIFICATION A) PSYA3 (June 2014) Unit 03 - Topics in Psychology: Question paper Topic: Relationships Discuss sex differences in parental investment. (24 marks) AO1 =8; AO2 =16. The following are five ‘A’ grade answers. You will have 30 minutes roughly to answer each question in an exam. The answers presented here are from January 2012, June 2012, January 2013, June 2013 and June 2014’s past papers and would get you the top bands for these questions. 3044 words total for all five answers in this PDF document. 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