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  1. Apparently the poem was published on May 1st so that's why we're having trouble finding it. Also, I basically started out by discussing natural imagery and metaphors found in the poem and how those relate on the journey to revelation of mortality as well as elements of life and death... then I discussed how the diction further supports these underlying meanings etc and finally the structure (although I didn't have time) I'm interested in the fact that you talked about the writing style....what did you talk about? Honestly, no one's sure of their interpretations. It's really confusing. I got to
  2. OMgggggg I would've loved to have those questions! Especially errors in attribution! So simple...
  3. OK soooo...they asked about emotion and how it affects cognition...they asked about the formation of stereotypes andddd....how one hormone affects behavior. Frankly I was really surprised....it was way too straightforward...
  4. I also used flashbulb memory! A lot of questions caught me off guard too. Thankfully the topics are interesting and I could remember...
  5. Well what I did is I discussed Schema theory > Reconstructive Nature to memory > Freud and repression and the false cases of child abuse > The 2002 study of Loftus' eyewitness testimony thingy ma jiggy > Loftus and Palmer and whatever information surrounds... I could have mentioned Bartlett's serial reproduction but I really didn't have time...What do you think? Time management is really difficult to achieve in psychology. You mentioned a lot of research though so I think it's really good... However I have one objection about Freud's Repression Theory although we learnt it we were
  6. You just made me feel better! I wrote about something similar and how the fact that the snow is personified and then it melts (the hills turn to water and the windows crack or something like that) indicates mortality and the end of life and how the snow does also symbolize this revelation of mortality and in the beginning how snow is sort of compared to a graveyard through an underlying metaphor " you are the country of ghosts" as well as the thing with the magician with the handkerchief...another metaphor...the handkerchief is white = snow...and how when a magician pulls away his handkerchief
  7. Well what I did is I discussed Schema theory > Reconstructive Nature to memory > Freud and repression and the false cases of child abuse > The 2002 study of Loftus' eyewitness testimony thingy ma jiggy > Loftus and Palmer and whatever information surrounds... I could have mentioned Bartlett's serial reproduction but I really didn't have time...What do you think?
  8. The question on stereotypes was so annoying! I also did the reliability of memory... I discussed Loftus & Palmer as well as several other smaller examples but that being the main one...and the schema theory of course and reconstructive nature and all that jazz...It's enough to have mentioned one main study though with other supporting ones right?
  9. Wow that's scary. Um..haha. I don't know I considered that Snow = cold = winter = death and that it symbolizes this sense of mortality this realization of mortality...I don't remember but I found quite a few instances and then at the end I discussed how the snow melting is like this rapid realization and life melting away...and I discussed how when he says " Snow, you are a country of ghosts" etc...its like an indirect metaphor in which he compared the surrounding snow to a graveyard... thats why I got the idea of mortality..
  10. I did the poem too!! I basically talked about life and death/self-revelation/mortality ...I found a lot of interesting elements to the poem but I didn't have time to write as much as I'd have liked to even though I got around to using up 8 answer sheets...How did you interpret it? I got to the end though and I was like, wait a minute, my interpretation could be wrong. And then I just freaked out
  11. A1 HL! I'm TZ2 so we had the poem about Snow...what were your interpretations?
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