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Core Paper 2 choice
neilbijlaney posted a topic in PsychologyHey guys, My question is related to Paper 2 of the course. I'm In Psychology SL thus I have a choice and the options given to me are either Abnormal Psychology or Human Relationships. I'm a little confused and need help deciding. Thank you for your insight
Cognitive/social origins of attraction
Marco Lee Solano posted a file in Notes
11 downloadsDetailing social and cognitive origins of attraction (1200 words). Introduction and conclusion were omitted due to the fact that command term may change. Factors investigated were proximity, familiarity, reciprocity, and social comparison. Research usable in general framework questions as well as learning outcomes specifically directed at attraction.
Biological Origins of Attratcion
Marco Lee Solano posted a file in Sample Essays
16 downloadsEssay detailing the biological origins of attraction. Extensive evaluation for each piece of research used, which was retrieved from scientific journals and medical databases. Factors investigated are explicit evolutionary advantages of "attractive" traits, koinophilia, and subconscious factors such as pheromones. (1300 words)
Examine two levels of analysis with regard to the origins of attraction.
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Psychological origins of attraction
Gaby posted a topic in PsychologyHello I am currently revising Human Relationships option. While doing so, I realised that I do not really understand one thing. According to Psychology Study Guide, there is a similarity-attraction hypothesis (Byrne, 1971) and attraction-similarity theory (Morry, 2007). Could someone explain what the difference between the two is? It seems extremely vague to me. Thank you!