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Ocr G544 Psychology Model Answers For Essays

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  1. Hey there!

    this thread is for anyone who is currently studying for the OCR 'Options in Applied Psychology' exam, otherwise known as G543. anyone who has done this exam and would like to give advice then feel welcome!

    I don't know about others, but i'm struggling with this exam at the moment, so I thought a thread where we could all talk about the exam would be beneficial.

    If anyone has any resources or tips then feel welcome to post them here. Also, post here just for general stuff about this exam
  2. Keeping my eyes on this thread lol!
    (Original post by jodie.irwin27)
    Hey there!

    this thread is for anyone who is currently studying for the OCR 'Options in Applied Psychology' exam, otherwise known as G543. anyone who has done this exam and would like to give advice then feel welcome!

    I don't know about others, but i'm struggling with this exam at the moment, so I thought a thread where we could all talk about the exam would be beneficial.

    If anyone has any resources or tips then feel welcome to post them here. Also, post here just for general stuff about this exam
  3. Hey

    (Original post by jodie.irwin27)
    Hey there!

    this thread is for anyone who is currently studying for the OCR 'Options in Applied Psychology' exam, otherwise known as G543. anyone who has done this exam and would like to give advice then feel welcome!

    I don't know about others, but i'm struggling with this exam at the moment, so I thought a thread where we could all talk about the exam would be beneficial.

    If anyone has any resources or tips then feel welcome to post them here. Also, post here just for general stuff about this exam

Evaluation is quite easy, I'm an A2 student about to re-take G542 and take G544 this June.
For the 10 markers, choose AT LEAST 3 evaluative points you could make:
-Ecological Validity (Natural (Quazi), lab setting, mundane realism (How "realistic" the tasks are) etc)
-Participants (generalisability, sample bias etc)
-Ethics (Consent, psychological/physiological harm, right to withdrawal, deceit, etc)
-There are others which I can't remember right now, but these are the basics.

Remember to PEE; no not urinate - Point, Evidence, Explain.. such as:
Milgram's study on Obedience is highly unethical. They deceived the participants by telling them they were taking part in a learning task, however they were
actually induced to deliver potentially fatal electric shocks onto the "learner", and were tested on their obedience. This is unethical as the participants became highly stressed
from this as they believed they were causing severe harm to another being.

Furthermore, remember the difference between Validity and Reliability;
-Validity: The measure that measures how well the measure is measuring, basically how effectively the study measures what they are finding out.
-Reliability: The measure of how replicable, how easily can the study be performed again?

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