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117. Debate: Idiographic and Nomothetic Approaches

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This Psychology Factsheet summarises how to write about the idiographic and nomothetic approaches in psychology without losing marks. It reviews the information needed to answer exam questions on the idiographic and nomothetic approaches and explains how to ensure maximum marks are awarded for your answer.

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April 2011

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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