Predictions For Psya3 Perception June 2015
Perception June 2015 predictions are up next. As always do not rely on these perception predictions alone – revise everything. This topic is fairly small but that doesn’t necessarily make it any easier. You can get my A* Perception model essay answers here. You can also get them by clicking on the image on the right for the ebook itself.
First things first we need to take a look at the perception spec itself so we can make our predictions. This is shown in the table below:
Possible Perception June 2015 QuestionsLooking at this we can see all the possible topics which we can get essay questions for. We then need to put this information into our predictions table below for the June 2015 exams.
Ok I have some bad news. This one is pretty hard to call as I can see that there is quite a few possibilities. Probability however highlights about 3 front-runners but then there are also others which are almost equally possible in my eyes.
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- The development of perceptual abilities including depth/distance, visual constancies: Hasn’t appeared as a full essay in a while since June 2012 which showed us it can be a full essay. 4 exam windows have passed and it’s now due in my eyes.
- Explanations For Visual Prosopagnosia: Hasn’t had a question focusing on this. This is overdue an appearance and must be revised.
- Gibsons bottom up/direct theory of perception: It came up as a 4 marker in June 2014 and I think its due a question with more focus on it just like how the June 2014 question focused more on Gregory’s theory.
- Perceptual development and cross-cultural research: is also possible – infant studies had a question that focused on it as a 4+8 marker so this one can get a similar question in my eyes too.
These are the 4 essays I would be focusing my attention on the most if your studying Psya3 Perception.
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