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  • 1. Dement & Kleitman (Phys Approach Booklet) Q Marking criteria Mark available Tick if Awarded a) Correct hypothesis given but not in detail (e.g. only 1 variable given) 1 Correct hypothesis given, detailed 1 Total /2 b) Brief detail of sample (9 participants) 1 As above but in more detail (7 male / 2 female or American) 1 As above with fine detail (i.e as above + 5 studied in detail) 1 Appropriate weakness given (P) (e.g. small / gender bias) 1 Explan. of weakness given (E) (i.e. NOT REPRESENTATIVE of population) 1 Appropriate example from study (E) (e.g. more male than female p’s) 1 Total/6 QM 1 QM 2 c) Correct quantitative measure given (e.g. number times dreams recalled) 1 Explanation of HOW this data was collected (e.g. woken in REM sleep) 1 As above but more detail (e.g. woken in REM and nREM sleep.....) 1 /3 Stren. Weak. d) Appropriate strength / weakness given (P) (e.g. data can be easily summarised / doesn’t explain cause of behaviour) 1 Appropriate strength EXPLAINED (E) (so that patterns in data can be seen / this reduces validity as can only infer reasons) 1 Appropriate example from study (E) (Clearly see more dreams in REM sleep (80% ) than nREM (7%) (Doesn’t explain why we dream, only when we dream) 1 /3 e) Results from hypothesis 1 but no detail (e.g. More dreams in REM than nREM) 1 Data from results (e.g. 80% in REM / 7% in nREM) 1 Results from hypothesis 2 but no detail 1 Data from results (e.g. 87% correct estimations of length of dream) 1 Results from hypothesis 3 but no detail 1 Data from results (e.g. description of a dream + eye movements) 1 Total /6 f) Appropriate change given but no detail 1-2 Appropriate change in detail (allows replication) 3-4 One effect explained and related to change 1-2 2nd effect explained and related to change 1-2 Total / 8 Total / Grade The way I could improve my mark for this question is Next time I will