a level psychology: component 1

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Psychodynamic Approach - Intro
When was the psychodynamic approa...,
What did freud believe about pers...,
What are the 3 assumptions of the...
3  cards
Psychodynamic Approach - Assumption 1: Influence of childhood experiences
What do psychodynamic theories state,
What does the psychodynamic theor...,
Outline what psychosexual develop...
11  cards
Psychodynamic approach - Assumption 2: The unconscious mind
How did freud describe the mind,
Describe how the mind is like an ...,
Which part of the brain is logical
24  cards
Psychodynamic Approach - Assumption 3: Tripartite Personality
Describe our personalities accord...,
Describe the id,
What is the ego
9  cards
Psychodynamic Approach - Therapy: Dream analysis
What shapes our personalities,
What is psychoanalysis,
How does psychoanalytic therapies...
35  cards
Psychodynamic Approach - Classic Research: Bowlby, J. (1944)
What is a case study,
What is a control group,
What is opportunity sampling
29  cards
Psychodynamic Approach - Contemporary Debate: The mother as primary care-giver of an infant
1  cards
Psychodynamic Approach - Evaluating the Psychodynamic Approach
1  cards
Cognitive Approach - Intro
What is cognitive psychology the ...,
Where do cognitive processes go on,
What do cognitive processes include
7  cards
Cognitive Approach - assumption 1: computer analogy
Outline the computer analogy,
In terms of the computer analogy ...,
In terms of the computer analogy ...
8  cards
Cognitive Approach - assumption 2: Internal processes
What are the the main 4 mental pr...,
15  cards
Cognitive Approach - Assumption 3: Schemas
What is a schema,
What do we use schemas for,
Where are our schemas stored in
18  cards
Cognitive Approach - Therapy: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
What are the aims of cognitive th...,
What s the negative cognitive triad,
What is the aim of cbt
21  cards
Cognitive Approach - Classic Research: Loftus And Palmer (1974)
How many experiments did loftus a...,
Where was the location of researc...,
Outline the 1st experiment method
38  cards
Cognitive Approach - Contemporary Debate: The reliability of eye-witness testimony
What is the main focus of this de...,
What is the main example used in ...,
Outline what happened in the case...
11  cards
Cognitive Approach - Evaluating The Cognitive Approach
What are the weakness and strengt...,
Following the acronym drugs descr...,
Why is determinism a weakness pee...
7  cards
Positive Approach - Intro
What is the definition of positiv...,
What does positive psychology foc...,
What is the purpose of positive p...
5  cards
Positive approach - Assumption 1: Acknowledgment of free will
Does positive psychology take a d...,
What is the example from psychology,
How was the experiment conducted
5  cards
Positive approach - Assumption 2: Authenticity of goodness and excellence
What does positive psychology cri...,
What is the example from psychology,
What did the example from psychol...
12  cards
Positive approach - Assumption 3: Focus on 'The good life'
What are the 3 describable lives ...,
Describe the pleasant life,
Describe the
10  cards
Positive Approach - Therapy: Mindfulness
What are the 3 main components of...,
Outline what the first component ...,
Outline what the second component...
18  cards
Positive Approach - Classic Research: Myers, D.G. And Diener, E. (1995)
What was the methodology,
What was the procedures,
What was the findings
35  cards
Positive Approach - Contemporary Debate: Relevance of positive psychology in today’s society
What is the contemporary q,
What are the main points to talk ...,
Why is positive psychology releva...
12  cards
Positive Approach - Evaluating the Positive Approach
Following the drugs framework des...,
Why is the positive approach,
Why is the positive approach
14  cards
Behaviourist Approach - Intro
What does the behaviourist approa...,
How do behaviourists believe huma...,
What is the preferred method of r...
5  cards
Behaviourist Approach - Assumption 1: Humans Are Born Like A Blank Slate
Behaviours believe we are born a ...,
Where is behavioural learned from,
How do we respond to environmenta...
7  cards
Behaviourist Approach - Assumption 2: Behaviour Is Learned Through Conditioning
What are the 2 main mechanisms fo...,
What is classical conditioning,
When does classical conditioning ...
24  cards
Behaviourist Approach - Assumption 3: Humans And Animals Learn In Similar Ways
How is the relationship between h...,
What is one consequence of this a...,
Which 2 psychological researchers...
4  cards
Behaviourist Approach - Therapy: Aversion Therapy
What is addiction,
How would the behaviourist approa...,
What are the different steps in b...
30  cards
Behaviouist Approach - Classic Research: Watson And Rayner (1920)
What are the 3 assumptions,
What is a phobia,
Why were babies good test subjects
50  cards
Behaviourist Approach - Contemporary Debate: Using conditioning techniques to control the behaviour of children
What conditioning techniques are ...,
Why were techniques such as the n...,
Why might conditioning techniques...
7  cards
Behaviourist Approach - Evaluating The Behaviourist Approach
What does the acronym drugs stand...,
Where how can we use psychology i...,
What is the best way to investiga...
34  cards
Biological Approach - Intro
What does biological psychology a...,
What are the 3 assumptions
2  cards
Biological Approach - Assumption 1: Evolutionary Influences
What is evolution,
Who proposede,
What behaviours and traits would ...
11  cards
Biological Approach - Assumption 2: Localisation Of Brain Function
Localisation of function means,
What is lateralisation of functio...,
What are the for lobes of the cer...
17  cards
Biological Approach - Assumption 3: Neurotransmitters
What neurotransmitter and quantit...,
What neurotransmitter and quantit...,
What neurotransmitter and quantit...
17  cards
Biological Approach - Therapy: Drug Therapy
What are the 3 assumptions,
Which assumption links to being t...,
What are the 3 drugs we need to k...
30  cards
Biological Approach - Classic evidence: Raine, Buchsbaum and LaCasse (1997)
How does a pet scan work,
What is a quasi experiment,
When evaluating the methodology w...
31  cards
Biological Approach - Contemporary Debate: The ethics of neuroscience
What are all of the reasons why n...,
What are the reasons why neurosci...,
What s being assessed in these qs
16  cards
Biological Approach - Evaluating The Biological Approach
Is the biological approach determ...,
Is the biological approach reduct...,
Is the biological approach useful...
6  cards

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