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PREVIOUS RELATIONSHIPS QUESTIONS
Describe and evaluate two or more theories of the formation of romantic
relationships
Discuss the influence of childhood and/or adolescent experiences on adult
relationships.
Discuss research into the breakdown of romantic relationships.
Discuss the relationship between sexual selection and human reproductive
behaviour.
Outline and evaluate one theory of the formation of romantic
relationships.
(4 marks + 8 marks)
Discuss research into the influence of childhood on adult relationships.…read more

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Discuss evolutionary explanations of human aggression.
Discuss the role of neural and/or hormonal mechanisms in aggression.
Outline research into institutional aggression. (4 marks)
Discuss one or more evolutionary explanations of group display in
humans.
(4 marks + 16 marks)
Outline and evaluate one or more social psychological theories of
aggression.
Discuss evolutionary explanations of human aggression, including infidelity
and/or jealousy.
Outline an evolutionary explanation of one example of group display in
humans.
(4 marks)
Discuss genetic factors involved in aggressive behaviour.…read more

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PREVIOUS INTELLIGENCE QUESTIONS
Outline Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. (5 marks)
Outline and evaluate the role of genetic factors in intelligence test
performance.
(4 marks + 16 marks)
Discuss evolutionary factors involved in the development of human
intelligence.
Outline key features of classical conditioning. (8 marks)
Consider what research has shown about intelligence in non-human
animals.
(16 marks)
Discuss one psychometric theory of intelligence. (4 marks + 8 marks)
Discuss evolutionary factors in the development of human intelligence.…read more

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