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SAQ marking: Neurotransmission15 April 2021
Below you will find four sample SAQs for the question: Explain one effect of one neurotransmitter on human behaviour with reference to one study.For each of the samples, refer to the rubric to award marks... more
Sample 2: Effects of bilingualismfree14 April 2021
The following essay looks at the effects of bilingualism on cognitive executive functions. The essay is used with permission.Attached you will find a copy of the EE with annotations. Assessment of the... more
Computers in classrooms?free13 April 2021
The following critical thinking activity gets you to think about the research on the use of laptops in the classroom. Is note-taking on laptops negatively influencing student learning?Below are three... more
IA Rubric Quizfree8 April 2021
Once you have completed the first draft of your internal assessment it is important to check that the contents of your report meet the assessment requirements. Since supervisors are only allowed to give... more
SAQ marking: Cognitive biases5 April 2021
Below you will find seven sample SAQs for the question: Explain one bias in thinking and decision-making with reference to one study.For each of the samples, refer to the rubric to award marks 1 - 9.... more
SAQ sample: Cognitive biases5 April 2021
The following sample is for the question: Explain one cognitive bias, making use of one study.The sample below is an exemplary response.When making decisions, we often rely on past experience or the information... more
Focus groups: Media and eating disorders4 April 2021
The following Paper 3 looks at the role of the media in eating disorders. The research methodology was focus groups. You will find sample responses at the end of the text.In addition to a way to practice... more
Structured interview: Sun-bathing2 April 2021
The following Paper 3 looks at the optimism bias in health behaviour related to sunbathing among Swedes. Although the original study was a questionnaire, the study below is described as a structured interview.... more
Serial Position Effect1 April 2021
The study of primacy and recency effect is evidence to support the separate STM and LTM stores that are part of Atkinson and Shiffrin's Multi-store Model. Unfortunately, there are several studies that... more