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Asked by Marvin

Psychology 🧠

Since psychology is presented as a heavy based context subject, what would be the ideal way for revi...

Revision is often a difficult one! Try different methods such as creating posters, flash cards etc. Psychology as a subject is an essay based one, s...

Asked by James

Biology 🌱

Are the effects of the parasympathetic and the sympathetic systems usually the same or are they the ...

The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) prepares the body for β€˜emergency’ situations. It’s for instant physical activity that requires max. energy the ...

Asked by Tahmin

Psychology 🧠

Can you explain determinism and reductionism in terms of behaviourism? And why they are limitations?

Reductionism is breaking down complex behaviour into several factors making it easy to test and creates a cause and effect relationship. E.g. behavi...

Asked by Lara

Maths πŸ’―

What is the difference between weight and mass in terms of vectors and scalars?

Mass is the amount of matter an object contains, whereas weight is the force acted on the object due to gravitational force. This equation may help ...

Asked by Tahmin

Psychology 🧠

Can you explain reductionism in terms of the cognitive approach?

Cognitive approach suggests all behaviour is due to faulty thinking. It emphasises the idea that impaired thought processes lead to any abnormalitie...

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Alexandra park school & sixth form

A Level - ABB

2015 - 2017

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Asked by Marvin

Psychology 🧠

Since psychology is presented as a heavy based context subject, what would be the ideal way for revi...

Revision is often a difficult one! Try different methods such as creating posters, flash cards etc. Psychology as a subject is an essay based one, s...

Asked by James

Biology 🌱

Are the effects of the parasympathetic and the sympathetic systems usually the same or are they the ...

The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) prepares the body for β€˜emergency’ situations. It’s for instant physical activity that requires max. energy the ...

Asked by Tahmin

Psychology 🧠

Can you explain determinism and reductionism in terms of behaviourism? And why they are limitations?

Reductionism is breaking down complex behaviour into several factors making it easy to test and creates a cause and effect relationship. E.g. behavi...

Asked by Lara

Maths πŸ’―

What is the difference between weight and mass in terms of vectors and scalars?

Mass is the amount of matter an object contains, whereas weight is the force acted on the object due to gravitational force. This equation may help ...

Asked by Tahmin

Psychology 🧠

Can you explain reductionism in terms of the cognitive approach?

Cognitive approach suggests all behaviour is due to faulty thinking. It emphasises the idea that impaired thought processes lead to any abnormalitie...

Asked by Micheal

Science πŸ”¬

During the fusion process, how is mass converted into energy?

Hydrogen atoms fuse into each helium atom. During the process some of the mass is converted into energy. The difference between the mass of 4 H atom...

Asked by Bridgitte

Maths πŸ’―

How do I plot 2y+3x=12 on a graph?

Rearrange the equation to get one of the y or x values alone to make everything simple for yourself. Making y the subject, Y=(12-3x)/2 , therefore y...

Asked by Maisam

Maths πŸ’―

What does y=mc^2 mean?

This equation is actually E=mc^2, where E stands for unit of energy, M stands for mass, c stands for speed of light (multiplied by itself). You can ...

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