An excellent resource which really supports my teaching. I particular have used the Paper 3 stimulus material - they have been a great resource especially the model answers.

Hilary Rowark, St. Christopher’s School, Bahrain

I am very grateful to have an "online collegue" to get new input from, and very importantly, a very organized and structured such.

Viktoria Bergö, Aranäsgymnasiet, Sweden

Gracias por toda la informacón provista.

Mario Giraldo, American British Academy, Oman

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  • 19 Apr Isabel McGann
    ALP 1.2 Classification systems
    Dear John, sorry I didn't make myself that clear. was wondering what research you use to support the discussion of the CCMD? Parker can be used in the essay but was wondering what else?
  • I will fix it on Monday when I return home. Thanks.
  • 19 Apr John Crane
    FAQs for Internal Assessment
    Dear Shiloa I have no idea. You need to provide a link to the original study. But it sounds like it is correct.
  • 19 Apr John Crane
    Forming the research question
    Dear Puja That is a bit too broad. Which personality disorder do they want to look at?
  • Dear Dorie This question is only from the content column.
  • 19 Apr John Crane
    SAQ sample: Synaptic pruning
    Dear Dabalina The sample above is a model answer. I am not sure what you mean by “the feedback is not good.” You may of course teach students other research
  • 18 Apr Jessica Bradford
    Presentation: Writing a contrast essay
    I think you may be missing a last slide here, but it is a great opportunity to leave students to answer that question on their own for practice!
    FAQs for Internal Assessment
    Dear John, For an IA, my students are replicating the experiment done by Eric Eich in 1984 on memory of unattended events. The collection of data is done by asking for confidence ratings (definitely old and definitely new) and a spelling test...
  • 18 Apr Puja Guhathakurta
    Forming the research question
    Hi John, One of my students wants to write an EE on - "To what extent are people with personality disorders likely to develop addictive behaviour?" Is this fine?
  • 18 Apr Dorie MacCormack
    ERQ sample: Ending relationships
    I thought questions from the guidance were not allowed from the content column?
  • 18 Apr Dabalina Chatterjee
    SAQ sample: Synaptic pruning
    Dear John, synaptic pruning is very common in schizophrenia and also in autism. one of the important biological etiologies as there is progressive brain changes among schizophrenic patients. Can the student explain a relevant study for synaptic...
  • 17 Apr Sarah Asselborn
    Biological approach to depression
    Sorry I see it now under the Neurogenesis Theory.