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Biology Sample Assignment 4

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Name the 4 lobes of the brain and describe ONE function associated with each lobe (8 marks)

Question not answered. OR None of the 4 Lobes of the Brain, nor a function associated with each of them, have been identified correctly. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour 1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

ONE element of the answer - a Lobe of the Brain or a function associated with a Lobe have been correctly identified. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly - from the 4 lobes of the brain / functions associated with them. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour 1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly - from the 4 lobes of the brain / functions associated with them. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour 1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly - from the 4 lobes of the brain / functions associated with them. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour 1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly - from the 4 lobes of the brain / functions associated with them. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour 1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly - from the 4 lobes of the brain / functions associated with them. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour 1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly - from the 4 lobes of the brain / functions associated with them. See the Lecture Brain & Behaviour 1, slides 22 & 23, outlining these.

The FULL EIGHT required elements of the answer have been identified correctly - The FOUR lobes of the Brain, and ONE function associated with EACH of the FOUR - good.

Describe three differences between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. (6 marks)

Question not answered. OR none of the answer is correct. Please see the Brain & Behaviour 1 slides.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. Please see the Brain & Behaviour 1 slides.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. Please see the Brain & Behaviour 1 slides.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. Please see the Brain & Behaviour 1 slides.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. Please see the Brain & Behaviour 1 slides.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. Please see the Brain & Behaviour 1 slides.

The FULL SIX elements required of the answer have been identified correctly.

Describe two advantages and two limitations of using animals in psychological research.

(8 marks)

Question not answered. OR no specific and appropriate advantages or limitations were correctly identified.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each advantage/limitation. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR not enough advantages/limitations were given.

TWO elements of the answer have been addressed correctly. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR not enough advantages/limitations were given.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR not enough advantages/limitations were given.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR not enough advantages/limitations were given.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR not enough advantages/limitations were given.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR not enough advantages/limitations were given.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR not enough advantages/limitations were given.

The FULL EIGHT required elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each advantage/limitation. 1 mark for stating each advantage/limitation and 1 mark for explaining/describing each point. -

Describe and explain four different ways in which stress can influence the body.

(8 marks)

Question not answered. OR none of the specific and appropriate bodily effects of stress were identified.

ONE bodily effect of stress has been correctly identified only – without any qualification / explanation. There were 2 marks available for each influence on the body. 1 mark for stating each influence and 1 mark for explaining/qualifying each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR too few influences were identified.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each influence on the body. 1 mark for stating each influence and 1 mark for explaining/qualifying each point. Less than full marks means that either a point was made but not explained OR too few influences were identified.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each influence on the body. 1 mark for stating each influence and 1 mark for explaining/qualifying each point. Less than full marks means that either a point was made but not explained OR too few influences were identified.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each influence on the body. 1 mark for stating each influence and 1 mark for explaining/qualifying each point. Less than full marks means that either a point was made but not explained OR too few influences were identified.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each influence on the body. 1 mark for stating each influence and 1 mark for explaining/qualifying each point. Less than full marks means that either a point was made but not explained OR too few influences were identified.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each influence on the body. 1 mark for stating each influence and 1 mark for explaining/qualifying each point. Less than full marks mean that either a point was made but not explained OR too few influences were identified.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks available for each influence on the body. 1 mark for stating each influence and 1 mark for explaining/qualifying each point. Less than full marks means that either a point was made but not explained OR too few influences were identified.

The FULL EIGHT required elements of the answer have been identified correctly FOUR bodily effects of stress WITH FOUR explanations / qualifications

Two memory researchers give evidence in court. One testifies that an adult‘s recovered memory’ of a crime committed against them during their childhood is very unlikely to be true, while the other says that this testimony is likely to be accurate.

Describe and explain three findings from memory research that can help explain whether this long-term recall is likely to be reliable or not. (Try to include at least one that suggests why the memory might be unreliable, and at least one that suggests why it may be reliable).

(10 marks)

Question not answered OR no specific or appropriate points were made to answer the question.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

EIGHT elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

NINE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks. Less than full marks mean that either: not enough findings were presented e.g. 2 out of 3, AND/OR evidence was only briefly mentioned and not adequately described/explained AND/OR one or more references were missing.

ALL TEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for naming and describing each of the findings, plus 1 mark for each reference (i.e. 3 marks per finding) and 1 bonus mark for clarity of explanation was given for full marks.

A neuropsychologist has assessed two patients after having brain injuries. Her first patient, A.B., can comprehend speech but is having difficulty with forming complete sentences when speaking. Patient K.H. is able to talk fairly fluently but is having trouble understanding speech.

For each patient, identify the specific area of the brain which may have been injured and suggest and explain an appropriate diagnosis. Briefly describe ONE suitable test or method that the neuropsychologist could have used in the assessments. (10 marks)

Question not answered. OR no specific or appropriate points were made to answer the question.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

EIGHT elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

NINE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method. Less than full marks mean that either: one or more parts of the question was not answered or was incorrect e.g. method not mentioned or incorrect diagnosis, AND/OR the answer was lacking in adequate explanation of the diagnosis or method.

ALL TEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 4 marks for each patient (brain area correctly identified = 1 mark, correct diagnosis = 1 mark, adequate explanation for the diagnosis = 2 marks), 2 marks for the method.

Developmental psychologists have devised a number of methods to investigate babies’ brain function and understanding of the world that do not rely on verbal or motor responses. Briefly outline 2 such methods and describe a study which has used each of these methods to investigate development. (10 marks)

Question not answered. OR no specific or appropriate points were made to answer the question.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

EIGHT elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

NINE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable. Less than full marks mean that either: part of the question was unanswered e.g. a study or method not mentioned AND/OR the reference for one or both studies was missing AND/OR not enough detail was given to adequately describe the methods and/or studies.

ALL TEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks available for each study: 2 marks for each method description, 1 mark for the reference for each study and 2 marks for each study description. One study described in detail which used 2 different methods was also acceptable.

Describe the trait theory and the psychodynamic theory of personality, giving one limitation of each theory (10 marks)

Question not answered. OR no specific or appropriate points were made to answer the question.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

EIGHT elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

NINE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory. Less than full marks mean either: there was a missing or incorrect part e.g. a missing theory, reference or limitation AND/OR insufficient description/explanation was given e.g. one word answers

ALL TEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 5 marks for each theory: 2 marks for each theory description, 1 mark for each reference &

2 marks per limitation for each theory.

Describe the 4 different stages of sleep in terms of changes in brain activity .

(10 marks)

Question not answered. OR no specific or appropriate points were made to answer the question.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

TWO elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

THREE elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

FOUR elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

FIVE elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

SIX elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

EIGHT elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

NINE elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4. Less than full marks mean that either one or more stages was not described AND/OR the brain activity change description was missing or not correct. Please see sleep lecture notes.

ALL TEN elements of the answer have been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for each stage: 1 mark for naming each stage, 1 mark for describing the brain activity that characterises each one. With one mark for identifying the additional Brain activity that is a feature of stages 2 and 4.

Describe social identity and four types of group dynamics, which are a consequence of it.

(10 marks)

Question not answered. OR no specific or appropriate points were made to answer the question.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

EIGHT elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail/explanation was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

NINE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic. Less than full marks mean either: one or more parts of the question was missing or incorrect e.g. only 2 out of 4 group dynamics described, AND/OR not enough detail was given in the description of each element e.g. one word answers given without explanation.

ALL TEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There were 2 marks for describing social identity & 2 marks for each type of group dynamic.

Name the 3 components of love in Sternberg’s (1986) triangular theory of love and explain how these components can be used to describe 7 different types of relationship.

(10 marks)

Question not answered. OR no specific or appropriate points were made to answer the question.

ONE element of the answer has been correctly identified. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

TWO elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

THREE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

FOUR elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

FIVE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

SIX elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

SEVEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

EIGHT elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

NINE elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship. Less than full marks mean a component or type of relationship was missing or incorrect OR insufficient description was given e.g. one word answers.

ALL TEN elements of the answer have been identified correctly. There was 1 mark for each component and 1 mark for each of the 7 different types of relationship.

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