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1.1: Conformity (majority influence)
Conformity,
Compliance,
Identification
40  cards
1.2: Informational social influence (ISI)
Humans have a basic need to feel ...,
Humans have a basic need to feel ...,
Humans have a basic need to feel ...
31  cards
1.2: Normative social influence (NSI)
Normative social influence nsi is...,
Individuals want others to do wha...,
Individuals want others to like a...
20  cards
1.2: Arthur Jenness (1932)
Originally conducted as an invest...,
Originally conducted as an invest...,
Originally conducted as an invest...
31  cards
1.2: Solomon Asch (1955) + Mori and Arai (2010)
Solomon asch was a what,
Solomon asch a polish immigrant t...,
Solomon asch a polish immigrant t...
110  cards
1.3: Situational variables
Situational variables,
Research into majority influence ...,
Research into majority influence ...
35  cards
1.4: Conformity to social roles and Philip Zimbardo (1973)
Social roles,
Each social situation has its own...,
Each social situation has its own...
138  cards
1.5: Obedience
Obedience,
What is obedience a type of,
Obedience is a type of social inf...
40  cards
1.5: Stanley Milgram (1963)
What was the aims of milgrams obe...,
What was the method and procedure...,
The method and procedure of milgr...
82  cards
1.5: Ethical considerations
Milgrams study raised several eth...,
Milgrams study raised several eth...,
Milgrams study raised several eth...
35  cards
1.5: Methodological criticisms
Several methodological criticisms...,
Several methodological criticisms...,
Internal validity what does inter...
28  cards
1.5: Jerry Burger (2009)
What is one of the most famous ps...,
Milgrams study is one of the most...,
Milgrams study is one of the most...
36  cards
1.5: Charles Hofling et al. (1966)
A number of naturalistic obedienc...,
What was the aim of hoflings study,
What is the method and procedure ...
22  cards
1.6: The agentic state
Explanations of obedience attempt...,
Explanations of obedience attempt...,
Explanations of obedience attempt...
58  cards
1.7: The external explanation
What are the 3 situational factors,
Situational variables form a what...,
Situational variables form an ext...
16  cards
1.7: The internal explanation
Dispositional explanation,
The dispositional explanation is ...,
The dispositional explanation is ...
27  cards
1.8: Social support
Resistance to social influence,
Resistance to social influence in...,
Resistance to social influence in...
33  cards
1.8: Locus of control
Locus of control,
Locus of control was identified a...,
Locus of control was identified a...
28  cards
1.8: Other factors involved in the resistance of obedience
Systematic processing,
Systematic processing individuals...,
Systematic processing individuals...
13  cards
1.9: Consistency, commitment and flexibility
Minority influence,
Minority influence leads to what,
Minority influence leads to inter...
43  cards
1.9: Serge Moscovici et al. (1969)
Serge moscovici claimed that if m...,
Serge moscovici claimed that if m...,
Serge moscovici claimed that if m...
47  cards
1.10: Social change
Social change,
Social norms,
Social change involves the way in...
47  cards
2.1: The MSM and the sensory register (SR)
The multi store model msm,
The multi store model msm is an e...,
The multi store model msm is an e...
61  cards
2.1: Short-term memory (STM)
Short term memory stm,
Short term memory stm is what is ...,
What is the capacity of the short...
24  cards
2.1: Long-term memory (LTM)
Long term memory ltm,
Long term memory ltm is the poten...,
Ltms tend to be coded how
50  cards
2.2: The WMM and the central executive (CE)
A limitation of the multi store m...,
A limitation of the multi store m...,
A limitation of the multi store m...
48  cards
2.2: The phonological loop (PL)
Phonological loop pl,
The phonological loop pl is a com...,
The phonological loop pl deals wi...
29  cards
2.2: The visuo-spatial sketchpad (VSS)
The visuo spatial sketchpad vss o...,
The visuo spatial sketchpad vss o...,
The visuo spatial sketchpad vss o...
16  cards
2.2: The episodic buffer
Episodic buffer eb,
Who what year added a 3rd slave s...,
Baddeley 2000 added a 3rd slave s...
11  cards
2.3: Episodic LTM
As we have seen a major limitatio...,
As we have seen a major limitatio...,
The working memory model shows th...
44  cards
2.3: Semantic LTM
Semantic memory sm,
Memories from the semantic memory...,
Semantic ltm is another type of w...
22  cards
2.3: Procedural LTM
Procedural memory pm,
Procedural memory pm is a type of...,
Procedural memory pm is a type of...
22  cards
2.4: Interference theory (IT)
Forgetting,
Retrieval failure,
Interference or interference theo...
28  cards
2.4: Retrieval failure theory (cue-dependent forgetting)
Cue dependent forgetting cdf,
The reason we forget is due to what,
The reason we forget is due to in...
46  cards
2.4: Repression
Repression,
Another important explanation of ...,
Another important explanation of ...
5  cards
2.4: Eyewitness testimony (EWT)
Eyewitness testimony ewt,
Schema,
The guilt or innocence of people ...
21  cards
2.5: Misleading information
Several factors have been identif...,
Several factors have been identif...,
Misleading information
19  cards
2.5: Elizabeth Loftus and John Palmer (1974)
What was the aim of loftus and pa...,
The method and procedure of loftu...,
The method and procedure of loftu...
37  cards
2.5: Anxiety
Anxiety,
Anxiety is an unpleasant state of...,
Anxiety is an unpleasant state of...
44  cards
2.6: The cognitive interview (CI)
Real life application what psycho...,
Real life application what psycho...,
Real life application what psycho...
42  cards
2.6: The enhanced cognitive interview (ECI)
Enhanced cognitive interview eci,
Who what year suggested an amende...,
Fisher and geiselman 1987 suggest...
30  cards
3.1: Caregiver-infant interactions in humans
Precocial animals,
Precocial animals are animals bor...,
Precocial animals are animals bor...
67  cards
3.1: Stages of attachment development
Who what year showed how the comm...,
Schaffer 1996 showed how the comm...,
Schaffer 1996 showed how the comm...
55  cards
3.1: Rudi Schaffer and Peggy Emerson (1964)
What were the aims of schaffer an...,
What was the method and procedure...,
The method and procedure of schaf...
31  cards
3.1: The role of the father
Traditionally fathers only played...,
Traditionally fathers only played...,
Traditionally fathers only played...
44  cards
3.2: Animal studies of attachment
Imprinting,
Much early research into attachme...,
Much early research into attachme...
15  cards
3.2: Konrad Lorenz (1935) - Imprinting
When did konrad lorenz first obse...,
What was the aim of lorenzs study...,
What was the method and procedure...
41  cards
3.2: Harry Harlow (1959) - Even baby monkeys need comfort more than food
What was the aim of harlows study...,
What was the method and procedure...,
The method and procedure of harlo...
49  cards
3.2: Other research
Who what year raised newborn monk...,
Harlow et al 1965 raised newborn ...,
Harlow et al 1965 raised newborn ...
24  cards
3.3: Learning theory
What are 2 explanations for attac...,
What is the learning theory also ...,
Learning theory
58  cards
3.3: Bowlby's monotropic theory (1951, 1969, 1973)
What did john bowlby 1907 1990 ha...,
John bowlby 1907 1990 had a lifet...,
What was bowlby heavily influence...
76  cards
3.4: Ainsworth et al's 1978 'Strange Situation'
What influenced mary ainsworth,
Bowlbys monotropic theory influen...,
Ainsworth identified how many imp...
57  cards
3.4: Cultural variations in attachment
Cultural variations,
If bowlbys belief that attachment...,
If bowlbys belief that attachment...
13  cards
3.4: Van Ijzendoorn and Kroonenberg (1988)
The strange situation was designe...,
What was the aim of van ijzendoor...,
Meta analysis
21  cards
3.5: Short-term separation
Bowlbys theory of monotropy belie...,
Bowlbys theory of monotropy belie...,
Bowlbys theory of monotropy belie...
37  cards
3.5: Long-term deprivation
Long term deprivation involves le...,
Long term deprivation involves le...,
Long term deprivation involves le...
3  cards
3.5: Privation
Privation concerns children who h...,
Privation concerns children who h...,
Privation concerns children who h...
3  cards
3.5: Institutionalisation
Institutional care,
Affectionless psychopathy,
Bowlbys maternal deprivation hypo...
7  cards
3.5: Romanian orphan studies
What do orphan studies concern,
Orphan studies concern children p...,
In the 1990s what was media atten...
17  cards
3.6: Childhood relationships
Psychologists have been intereste...,
Psychologists have been intereste...,
Psychologists have been intereste...
12  cards
3.6: Adult relationships
Research suggests that individual...,
Adult relationships,
Adult relationships are those rel...
8  cards
3.6: Cindy Hazan and Phillip Shaver (1987)
What was the aim of hazan and sha...
1  cards
4.1: The deviation from social norms definition
If sanity and insanity exist how ...,
Abnormality,
Abnormality is difficult to defin...
14  cards
4.1: The failure to function adequately definition
Failure to function adequately,
The failure to function adequatel...,
The failure to function adequatel...
18  cards
4.1: Deviation from the ideal mental health definition
The deviation from the ideal ment...,
The deviation from the ideal ment...,
The deviation from the ideal ment...
14  cards
4.1: The statistical infrequency definition
What is the idea of the statistic...,
The idea of the statistical infre...,
The idea of the statistical infre...
9  cards
4.2: Phobias
What are 3 of the most common dis...,
Phobias depression and ocd are 3 ...,
Phobias depression and ocd are 3 ...
76  cards
4.2: Depression
Depression,
Unipolar depression,
Bipolar depression
119  cards
4.2: Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Ocd,
Ocd is an anxiety disorder charac...,
Ocd is an anxiety disorder charac...
87  cards
4.2: The explanation and treatment of mental disorders
Behavioural approach,
Cognitive approach,
Biological approach
3  cards
4.3: Explaining phobias
Two process model,
According to behaviourists phobia...,
According to behaviourists phobia...
44  cards
4.3: Treating phobias
When did behavioural therapies ma...,
What is the main assumption of th...,
The main assumption of the behavi...
48  cards
4.4: Explaining depression
According to sane what is estimated,
How can individuals overcome ment...,
Individuals can overcome mental d...
66  cards
4.4: Treating depression
What is the main psychological tr...,
Cognitive behavioural therapy cbt...,
Cognitive behavioural therapy cbt...
60  cards
4.5: Genetic explanations
Biological approach,
What is the biological approach a...,
The biological approach is also k...
41  cards
4.5: Neural explanations
Neural explanation,
What have some forms of ocd been ...,
Some forms of ocd have been linke...
35  cards
4.5: The biological approach to treating OCD
Biological treatments are based o...,
Drug therapy,
Drug therapy is treatment involvi...
45  cards
4.5: Other treatments
What does psychosurgery involve d...,
Psychosurgery involves destroying...,
Psychosurgery involves destroying...
13  cards
Wundt
Objectivity objective,
Subjectivity subjective,
What does the scientific method r...
53  cards
The emergence of psychology as a science
Psychology,
How many goals does psychology have,
Psychology today is seen as a sci...
23  cards
The approaches
Approaches sometimes called persp...,
Approaches sometimes called persp...,
Approaches sometimes called persp...
7  cards
The biological approach
The biological approach sees beha...,
The biological approach sees beha...,
The biological approach sees beha...
104  cards
The behaviourist approach
Behaviourism what are we born as,
Behaviourism we are born as a tab...,
Behaviourism we are born as a tab...
82  cards
Social learning theory
What are the basic assumptions of...,
Why is social learning theory slt...,
Why is social learning theory slt...
57  cards
Bandura, Ross and Ross (1961)
What was the aim of bandura ross ...,
What is the method and procedure ...,
The method and procedure of bandu...
31  cards
The cognitive approach
Cognitive psychology revolves aro...,
Cognitive psychology revolves aro...,
Cognitive psychology revolves aro...
105  cards
Simons and Chabris
Where is an example of lack of aw...,
Simons and chabris experiment was...
2  cards
The psychodynamic approach
Psychodynamic approach,
The unconscious,
Id
106  cards
Psychosexual stages
Psychosexual stages,
The psychosexual stages are five ...,
The psychosexual stages are five ...
107  cards
Humanistic psychology
Humanistic psychology approach,
Free will,
Self actualisation
146  cards
Comparison of approaches
Views on development in terms of ...,
Views on development in terms of ...,
Views on development in terms of ...
101  cards
6.1: The central nervous system (CNS)
What is the nervous system of hum...,
The nervous system of humans is d...,
The nervous system of humans is d...
51  cards
6.1: The peripheral nervous system (PNS)
The pns extends beyond the cns an...,
The pns extends beyond the cns an...,
The pns extends beyond the cns an...
16  cards
6.2: The process of synaptic transmission
Synaptic transmission,
Electron transmission the firing ...,
Electron transmission the firing ...
48  cards
6.3: The influence of neurochemistry on behaviour: The function of the endocrine system
Endocrine system,
The endocrine system is one of th...,
The endocrine system is one of th...
37  cards
6.4: The fight-or-flight response, including the role of adrenaline
Fight or flight response,
The fight or flight response is t...,
Adrenaline
48  cards
6.5: Localisation of function in the brain
Localisation of function,
During the 19th century what did ...,
During the 19th century scientist...
75  cards
6.5: Split-brain research into hemispheric lateralisation
Hemispheric lateralisation,
The ability to produce and unders...,
Hemispheric lateralisation is the...
64  cards
6.5: Plasticity and functional recovery of the brain after trauma
What is plasticity also referred to,
Plasticity,
During infancy what does the brai...
43  cards
6.6: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)
Fmri functional magnetic resonanc...,
Fmri functional magnetic resonanc...,
Fmri functional magnetic resonanc...
43  cards
6.6: Electroencephalogram (EEG) and event-related potentials (ERPs)
An electroencephalogram eeg,
An electroencephalogram eeg is a ...,
What do eegs measure
83  cards
6.6: Post-mortem examinations
Post mortem examination,
A post mortem examination is a te...,
A post mortem examination is a te...
35  cards
6.7: Circadian rhythms
Biological rhythms,
Biological rhythms are distinct p...,
Circadian rhythm
28  cards
6.7: Infradian rhythms
Infradian rhythm,
What is the female menstrual cycl...,
The female menstrual cycle is gov...
28  cards
6.7: Ultradian rhythms
Ultradian rhythm,
One of the most intensively resea...,
One of the most intensively resea...
56  cards
6.7: Endogenous pacemakers and the sleep/wake cycle
The sleep wake cycle,
Suprachiasmatic nucleus scn,
Endogenous pacemakers
29  cards
6.7: Exogenous zeitgebers and the sleep/wake cycle
Evaluation strengths 1 the influe...,
There are unpleasant and potentia...,
There are unpleasant and potentia...
44  cards
Types of experiment
A strength of laboratory experime...,
A weakness of laboratory experime...,
A weakness of field experiments i...
4  cards
Observational techniques
Evaluation in all observations it...
1  cards
Case studies
Strengths of case studies 1 case ...
1  cards
Pilot studies and peer review
Evaluation of peer review 1 there...
1  cards
Content analysis
Strengths of content analysis 1 e...
1  cards
Thematic analysis
Evaluation strengths 1 a strength...
1  cards
3.1: Sexual selection
What did charles darwin notice,
Charles darwin noticed that evolu...,
Charles darwin noticed that evolu...
88  cards
3.2: The factors affecting attraction - Physical attractiveness
Physical attractiveness is probab...,
Physical attractiveness is probab...,
Physical attractiveness is an imp...
31  cards
3.3: The factors affecting attraction - Self-disclosure
The course of true love shakespea...,
The course of true love never did...,
Self disclosure
55  cards
3.3: The factors affecting attraction - Filter theory
Filter theory,
Filter theory is an explanation o...,
Alan kerckhoff and keith davis 1962
34  cards
3.4: Theories of romantic relationships - Social exchange theory (SET)
Social exchange theory set is one...,
Social exchange theory set is one...,
Social exchange theory set is one...
49  cards
3.4: Theories of romantic relationships - Equity theory
Do we really think about our clos...,
Equity theory,
Equity theory is another economic...
40  cards
3.4: Theories of romantic relationships - Rusbult's investment model
Perhaps there is more to romantic...,
Perhaps there is more to romantic...,
According to rusbult et al 2011 what
49  cards
3.4: Theories of romantic relationships - Duck's phase model of relationship breakdown
It is a fact of life that even on...,
It is a fact of life that even on...,
A phase model of relationship bre...
59  cards
3.5: Virtual relationships in social media
As internet use has increased psy...,
As internet use has increased psy...,
How does self disclosure operate ...
60  cards
3.6: Parasocial relationships
How were parasocial relationships...,
It is not just celebrities that c...,
It is not just celebrities that c...
58  cards
6.1: Diagnosis and classification of schizophrenia
Schizophrenia,
Schizophrenia is a serious mental...,
Schizophrenia is a serious mental...
110  cards
6.2: Biological explanations for schizophrenia
Most modern mental health profess...,
Most modern mental health profess...,
It has been noted for many years ...
29  cards
6.4: Drug therapies
What is the most commonly used tr...,
The most common treatment for sch...,
The most common treatment for sch...
66  cards
6.3: Psychological explanations for schizophrenia
Although there is little doubt th...,
Psychologists have attempted to l...,
Family dysfunction
59  cards
6.5: Psychological therapies
Which psychological therapies are...,
Cognitive behaviour therapy and t...,
Cognitive behaviour therapy cbt
48  cards
6.6: The interactionist approach
The interactionist approach,
What is the interactionist approa...,
The interactionist approach is a ...
55  cards
10.1: Offender profiling - The top-down approach
0  cards
10.2: Offender profiling - The bottom-up approach
0  cards
10.3: Biological explanations - Atavistic form
0  cards
10.3: Biological explanations - Genetic and neural explanations
0  cards
10.4: Psychological explanations - Eysenck's theory of the criminal personality
0  cards
10.4: Psychological explanations - Cognitive explanations
0  cards
10.4: Psychological explanations - Differential association theory
0  cards
10.4: Psychological explanations - Psychodynamic explanations of offending
0  cards
10.5: Dealing with offending behaviour - Custodial sentencing
0  cards
10.5: Dealing with offending behaviour - Behaviour modification in custody
0  cards
10.5: Dealing with offending behaviour - Anger management
0  cards
10.5: Dealing with offending behaviour - Restorative justice programmes
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