I didn't directly study coasts so I can't directly help you with that.But, I would recommend you have a look at these example coursework pieces.It also looks like clutter, every other thread being another coursework thread.
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Disadvantages: a laboratory experiment is an artificial setting and significantly different to real-life situations, due to the high levels of control.
Demand characteristics can also occur, when participants try to act accordingly to the situation.
I was think about the effectiveness of different engineering methods along the Holderness Coast and wondered if anyone could help me out or had anything they could send me??
Thanks😁 Hi, I've just finished doing my coursework and based it on the management of sand dunes.
( like cat mat etc.) The third was to find words that fitted into a sentence.
Hypothesis if I recall was that subjects who were asked to perform task 3 ( semantic level of processing) would recall significantly more of the words in their set list than those who simply had to identify capitals from lower case ( condition 1) Any of those any use? So its come to that time of the year when my teacher is starting to ask about what Id like to study for my coursework.I live along the Holderness Coast and have just finished the topic of “Coasts” so want to base it around that.I want to do something on the subject of memory but I can't think of any ideas!Here are two possibles: a Loftus and Palmer - leading questions and memory. design a questionnaire whcih asks about 10 questions.One of them ( put it somewhere in the middle so your participants dont twig what its about) will be your critical question about the speed of the car - vary the word used......no need for a full L P just use three groups - control - what speed was the car travelling at condition one use bumbed and condition two use crashed Hypothesis - Participants will estimate higher speeds when the question asked is crashed rather than bumped ( thats one tailed).Any coursework separate threads created will be moved into the appropriate thread, the moderators encourage users to post report any threads that need moving. Is there any pre-existing research on this topic, and what are the relevant Psychologists research that I can put down in the intro? If I look through my work, i'll be able to answer your questions! [/QUOTE Whilst no expert, I would have thought that it would be better to get a video clip similar to that of Loftus and Palmer and do a similar study.This thread is for AQA A psychology coursework (AS or A2), the other threads are: AS/A level AQA B psychology coursework help AS/A level OCR psychology coursework help If I were doing a piece of coursework on leading questions, would it need to be something vaugley important or traumatic like Loftus did with the cars and smashed glass, or could I just show a clip of Mean Girls or something, and ask if they saw the/a hair clip? I'll have a look through my work tomorrow and get back to you. Hi, I'm planning to do my A2 AQA A Psychology coursework on the Lonely Hearts ads. One of the things that research shows is that memory is more influenced by extreme events ( such as a car crash). The car crash has more relevence to real life eye witness testemony than that of a hair clip so less issues with ecological validity in the study.Both of these have been done with us in class by my psych teacher so I know they work. There is also one from Craik and Lockheart ( another one of my teachers). One she asked us to pick out the words in capitals from a list.The second was to find words that rhymed with a stimulus word.