Follow 6 Follow 7 Follow 8 Any practice questions help out. Ah, I'm so not prepared for this exam. Follow 9 Original post by sugarfairy02 psychology may paper. Follow 10 Superstar Follow 5 followers 2 badges Send a private message to Superstar Follow 11 Original post by fotcmel I second that.
Its pathetic that my school wont give it to me, i swear they have it. I sat the exam last jan so theres no point of looking thro that one. Apaz the 12 mark Q in the summer was anxiety of EWT? But i dont believe it. Follow 12 What are the grade boundaries this year?
As everyone else has says theres only two practice papers! Follow 13 Last edited by fotcmel; at Beckychops Follow 0 followers 0 badges Send a private message to Beckychops Follow 14 Hi - new to this site but i found on AQA wesbite there are the past papers for the Psych B from Jan 09, plus a specimen paper under the Key Materials tab.
Also if you go to the Legacy re-sits section there are past papers dating back to - granted they are not specifically for psych B but I have done them as practice papers and found some to be useful. Hope this helps x. Follow 15 Follow 16 Original post by Superstar What are the grade boundaries this year? Follow 17 Original post by sugarfairy02 sorrry! Follow 18 The other half in the environment they learnt in.
Report Sun 8th December, Report Sat 13th February, Report Fri 24th June, Encoding Encoding is the process of changing information so that it can be stored in the brain Storage and Retrieval Storage is where encoded information is stored in the memory and can be accessed at a later date.
Retrieval is where information is taken out of storage. The Multi-store model The multi store model is a model of memory which consists of three main section connected by arrows which indicate mental processes. Chunking Chunking is the process of grouping pieces of info together so as they are easier to remember For example if we try to memorise 8 8 6 9 5 4 3 5 6 7 8 9 it is twelve pieces of information seperated but if we chunk them To test the effects of chunking.
The Experimental group recalled many more letters than the control. To investigate free recall and its effect on a persons memory. To see if the processing level has an effect on a persons memory. Is the word in upper case letters? Does the word rhyme with? Does the word go in this sentence? They found these results Level of processing The results show that more PP's remembered words they had to think hard about. Reconstructive model of memory A: Reconstructive model of memory This model of memory is the idea that new information is processed by existing knowledge which we use to impose some sort of meaning on this new info.
To test the idea that people use schemas to learn new information P: We use schemas to help remember information. Interference Interference is the process where information can affect our ability to recall or remember new information.
Proactive - Old information stops new information being absorbed. To test the retroactive theory P: This suggest that information can interfere with the learning of other information. Amnesia Amnesia is when a person forgets everything or is unable to learn information. For example "is the word DOG in lower case? This study has practical application such as effective revision by understanding information as to memorizing how it looks.
Some might argue that deeper processed information means more time and effect, thus the reason why it is remembered. This study lacks ecological validity since people in real life don't answer these type of questions in everyday life. Report Sun 13th May, Report Sun 14th October, Report Sun 5th June, Report Sat 31st December, Report Mon 5th June, Report Sat 17th February, Reconstructive memory Reconstructive memory: Levels of processing Levels of processing:
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Below are links to AQA GCSE Psychology Question Papers and Mark Schemes available for download. Making Sense of Other People papers Understanding Other. Can’t find your papers? We only publish question papers and mark schemes for current specifications. Some question papers and mark schemes are no longer available after .
On the left we have all the topics we need to learn for AQA GCSE psychology. We have a total of 8 topics in total spread over 2 exam papers. Each exam paper is worth 50% of the overall GCSE and is 1hr 45 minutes long. GCSE Psychology provides a sound understanding of the methods and approaches through various topic areas representing the core areas of social, cognitive, developmental, biological and individual differences.