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  • 1. Nearly there! One exam to go! PSYA2 User guide to answering 12 mark questions REVISION W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 2. • To feel confident about answering any 12 mark question. REVISIONObjective W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 3. Don’t forget your signposts Alternatively,... However,... Research to support this theory comes from... This is supported by... In addition,... On the other hand,... Further research was carried out by... This research has many weaknesses,...This research has many strengths,... W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 4. Answering 12 mark questions JANUARY 2009 Outline and evaluate the biological approach to psychopathology.(12 marks) JUNE 2009 Outline and evaluate one or more explanations of why people obey. (12 marks) JANUARY 2010 ‘Abnormality is very difficult to define. It can be hard to decide where normal behaviour ends and abnormal behaviour begins.’ Discuss 2 or more explanations of abnormality. (12 marks) JUNE 2010 Outline and evaluate research into the relationship between the immune system and stress-related illness. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 5. Past 12 mark questionsJANUARY 2011 ‘Freud’s views on the origins of abnormal behaviour and ways of treating it had a great impact on psychology.’ Outline and evaluate the psychodynamic approach to abnormality. (12 marks) JUNE 2011 “Not everyone conforms or obeys authority; some people resist these pressures and remain independent.” Outline and evaluate research relating to independent behaviour. (12 marks) JANUARY 2012 ‘There are several methods used to manage the negative effects of stress. These methods can be biological or psychological.’ Discuss two or more methods of stress management. (12 marks) JUNE 2012 Outline and evaluate research into conformity. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 6. Past 12 mark questions JANUARY 2013 ‘Behaviourists believe that all behaviour, both normal and abnormal, is learned through processes such as classical conditioning, operant conditioning and social learning.’ Discuss the behavioural approach to explaining psychological abnormality. (12 marks) JUNE 2013 Outline and evaluate research into life changes and/or daily hassles as sources of stress. (12 marks) EXTRA QUESTIONS Discuss the cognitive approach to explaining psychological abnormality. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 7. Past 12 mark questions EXTRA QUESTIONS Outline and evaluate research into personality and stress. (12 marks) Discuss research into obedience. (12 marks) Discuss research into workplace as a source of stress. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 8. Don’t panic!!! Keep calm, and breathe slowly. In this lesson we will recap the 12 mark questions which might come up in the exam. If you have completed all homework, revised and attended lessons, these questions should be an easy way to show the examiner your Psychology journey. W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 9. If you planned to go rambling for 12 miles you would use a map. So... writing a 12 mark question isn’t any different. You must always start with a plan. W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 10. -Read the question carefully. -Underline any key words to help keep you on track. Attachment Memory Discuss Outline Evaluate W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 11. It is not a race! There will be no prize for being the first to finish the exam. Spend 4-5 minutes planning your answer.W. Jones
  • 12. With a partner write a plan for the following questions. You can use any notes to help. We will go over your ideas as a class. Please ask if you need help. W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 13. Outline and evaluate the biological approach to psychopathology.(12 marks) JANUARY 2009 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 14. Outline and evaluate one or more explanations of why people obey. (12 marks) JUNE 2009 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 15. ‘Abnormality is very difficult to define. It can be hard to decide where normal behaviour ends and abnormal behaviour begins.’ Discuss 2 or more explanations of abnormality. (12 marks) JANUARY 2010 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 16. Outline and evaluate research into the relationship between the immune system and stress-related illness. (12 marks) JUNE 2010 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 17. ‘Freud’s views on the origins of abnormal behaviour and ways of treating it had a great impact on psychology.’ Outline and evaluate the psychodynamic approach to abnormality. (12 marks) JAN 2011 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 18. Not everyone conforms or obeys authority; some people resist these pressures and remain independent.” Outline and evaluate research relating to independent behaviour. (12 marks) JUNE 2011 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 19. ‘There are several methods used to manage the negative effects of stress. These methods can be biological or psychological.’ Discuss two or more methods of stress management. (12 marks) JAN 2012 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 20. Outline and evaluate research into conformity. (12 marks) JUNE 2012 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 21. Behaviourists believe that all behaviour, both normal and abnormal, is learned through processes such as classical conditioning, operant conditioning and social learning.’ Discuss the behavioural approach to explaining psychological abnormality. (12 marks) JAN 2013 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 22. Outline and evaluate research into life changes and/or daily hassles as sources of stress. (12 marks) JUNE 2013 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 23. Additional questions Discuss the cognitive approach to explaining psychological abnormality. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 24. Additional questions Outline and evaluate research into personality and stress. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 25. Additional questions Discuss research into obedience. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 26. Additional questions Discuss research into workplace as a source of stress. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 27. Class feedback W. Jones Wendy Jones
  • 28. • To feel confident about answering any 12 mark question. REVISIONObjective check W. Jones Wendy Jones