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really have no excuse. All of these questions are
real A-Level Psychology exam questions.
1. Complete the sentence:
“…there is a decrease in the release of
“…the process of digestion is
“…there is a reduction in the rate of
2. Which of the following is NOT a type
3. Which of these was a study of social
Asch’s 1951 line study that involved a
Loftus and Palmer’s 1974 study on
4. Information stored with reference to
time and place refers to which kind of
5. What is the commonly used name for
Phillip Zimbardo’s 1971 landmark
psychological study of the human response
the Stanford prison
the Stanford prison
6. Complete the sentence:
“away from the
“both to and from the
7. In van Ijzendoorn’s cross-cultural
investigations of attachment, which one
of the following statements is correct?
There was no difference in the variation
within cultures compared to the variation
The variation between cultures was
greater than the variation within
The variation within cultures was greater
than the variation between
8. Complete the following sentence:
“…comprises of two
“…connects the central nervous system and
“…consists of the brain and spinal
9. Which of the following is NOT an
example of Jahoda’s criteria for ‘ideal
10. Which of the following is the meaning
of the term “identification” in
Group pressure leading to a desire to fit
in with the group.
When a person lacks knowledge of how to
behave and looks to the group for
Conforming to the behaviour of a role
Could You Pass A-Level Psychology Now?
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