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PSYA1 User guide to answering
12 mark questions
W. Jones
Wendy Jones
• To feel confident about answering any
12 mark question.
Objective
W. Jones
Wendy Jones
When you arrive at a 12 mark
question...
JANUARY 2009
Psychologists have put forward different explanations of attachment,...
Do you...
A – Panic B – Keep calm
B – Keep calm (correct answer!)
In this lesson we will recap the 12 mark
questions which...
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 ...
-Read the question carefully.
-Underline any key words to help keep
you on track.
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Wendy Jones
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...
Think about your signposts
Alternatively,...
However,...
Research to support this theory
comes from...
This is supported
b...
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 cl...
Past 12 mark questions
JANUARY 2009
Psychologists have put forward different explanations of attachment, such as
learning ...
Past 12 mark questions
JANUARY 2011
Outline and evaluate the working memory model. (12 marks)
JUNE 2011
Outline and evalua...
Past 12 mark questions
JANUARY 2013
Outline and evaluate research into the effects of failure to form
attachment (privatio...
Psychologists have put forward different explanations of attachment,
such as learning theory and Bowlby’s theory.
Outline ...
Outline and evaluate research into the effects of anxiety on the accuracy
of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks)
JUNE 2009
W....
Failure to form attachments is known as privation.
Outline and evaluate research into privation. (12 marks)
JANUARY 2010
W...
Psychologists have studied children who have lived in institutions such as
orphanages.
Outline and evaluate research into ...
Outline and evaluate the working memory model. (12 marks)
JAN 2011
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Wendy Jones
Outline and evaluate research into the effects of age of witnesses on
accuracy of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks)
JUNE 20...
Describe and evaluate the multi-store model of memory. (12 marks)
JAN 2012
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Wendy Jones
Outline and evaluate research into the effects of day care on children’s
social development (eg aggression, peer relations...
Outline and evaluate research into the effects of failure to form
attachment (privation). (12 marks)
JAN 2013
W. Jones
Wen...
Outline and evaluate research into cultural variations in attachment. (12
marks)
JUNE 2013
W. Jones
Wendy Jones
Additional question
Outline and evaluate research into the effects of misleading information
on the accuracy of eyewitness...
W. Jones
Wendy Jones
• To feel confident about answering any
12 mark question.
Objective check
W. Jones
Wendy Jones
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  1. 1. PSYA1 User guide to answering 12 mark questions W. Jones Wendy Jones
  2. 2. • To feel confident about answering any 12 mark question. Objective W. Jones Wendy Jones
  3. 3. When you arrive at a 12 mark question... JANUARY 2009 Psychologists have put forward different explanations of attachment, such as learning theory and Bowlby’s theory. Outline and evaluate one or more explanations of attachment. (12 marks) JUNE 2009 Outline and evaluate research into the effects of anxiety on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks) JANUARY 2010 Failure to form attachments is known as privation. Outline and evaluate research into privation. (12 marks) JUNE 2010 Psychologists have studied children who have lived in institutions such as orphanages. Outline and evaluate research into the effects of institutionalisation. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  4. 4. Do you... A – Panic B – Keep calm B – Keep calm (correct answer!) 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. -Read the question carefully. -Underline any key words to help keep you on track. W. Jones Wendy Jones
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. Think about 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
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. Past 12 mark questions JANUARY 2009 Psychologists have put forward different explanations of attachment, such as learning theory and Bowlby’s theory. Outline and evaluate one or more explanations of attachment. (12 marks) JUNE 2009 Outline and evaluate research into the effects of anxiety on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks) JANUARY 2010 Failure to form attachments is known as privation. Outline and evaluate research into privation. (12 marks) JUNE 2010 Psychologists have studied children who have lived in institutions such as orphanages. Outline and evaluate research into the effects of institutionalisation. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  11. 11. Past 12 mark questions JANUARY 2011 Outline and evaluate the working memory model. (12 marks) JUNE 2011 Outline and evaluate research into the effects of age of witnesses on accuracy of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks) JANUARY 2012 Describe and evaluate the multi-store model of memory. (12 marks) JUNE 2012 Outline and evaluate research into the effects of day care on children’s social development (eg aggression, peer relations). (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  12. 12. Past 12 mark questions JANUARY 2013 Outline and evaluate research into the effects of failure to form attachment (privation). (12 marks) JUNE 2013 Outline and evaluate research into cultural variations in attachment. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  13. 13. Psychologists have put forward different explanations of attachment, such as learning theory and Bowlby’s theory. Outline and evaluate one or more explanations of attachment. JANUARY 2009 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  14. 14. Outline and evaluate research into the effects of anxiety on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks) JUNE 2009 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  15. 15. Failure to form attachments is known as privation. Outline and evaluate research into privation. (12 marks) JANUARY 2010 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  16. 16. Psychologists have studied children who have lived in institutions such as orphanages. Outline and evaluate research into the effects of institutionalisation. (12 marks) JUNE 2010 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  17. 17. Outline and evaluate the working memory model. (12 marks) JAN 2011 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  18. 18. Outline and evaluate research into the effects of age of witnesses on accuracy of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks) JUNE 2011 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  19. 19. Describe and evaluate the multi-store model of memory. (12 marks) JAN 2012 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  20. 20. Outline and evaluate research into the effects of day care on children’s social development (eg aggression, peer relations). (12 marks) JUNE 2012 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  21. 21. Outline and evaluate research into the effects of failure to form attachment (privation). (12 marks) JAN 2013 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  22. 22. Outline and evaluate research into cultural variations in attachment. (12 marks) JUNE 2013 W. Jones Wendy Jones
  23. 23. Additional question Outline and evaluate research into the effects of misleading information on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. (12 marks) W. Jones Wendy Jones
  24. 24. W. Jones Wendy Jones
  25. 25. • To feel confident about answering any 12 mark question. Objective check W. Jones Wendy Jones

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