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Decks in this class (50)

Research methods P2
What does generalisability mean,
What does investigator effects mean,
What does ecological validity mean
72  cards
Approaches P2
What makes science a science,
What did psychology start of as,
Who do we credit the development ...
68  cards
Psychopathology P1
What approach is depression focus...,
What can depression be defined as,
What are some behavioural clinica...
63  cards
memory - explanations for forgetting P1
What are the two types of interfe...,
What is proactive interference,
What is retroactive interference
24  cards
memory - types of long term memory
What are the three types of memory,
What are episodic memories,
What parts of the brain does epis...
16  cards
memory - multi-store model of memory and the working model of memory
What are the 3 key features we us...,
What 3 assumptions does the multi...,
Can you describe the sensory regi...
40  cards
memory - eyewitness testimony
How can a reconstructive memory m...,
How can our schema make us have e...,
What are the factors affecting th...
37  cards
Social Influence - Conformity P1
What are the three types of confo...,
What is meant the type of conform...,
What is meant the type of conform...
34  cards
Social Influence - Obedience
Who did research into obedience,
Briefly what were the procedures ...,
What happened when the pps and mr...
30  cards
Social Influence - resistance to social influence
What are the two explanations for...,
Explain the explanation social su...,
What could happen to less people ...
15  cards
Social Influence - Minority influence
What is meant by minority influence,
How does a minority view become a...,
Who investigated into minority in...
14  cards
Social Influence - Social Change
What is meant by social change,
Give 3 examples of social change,
How does social change come about
11  cards
Attachment - 1 P1
What is meant by an attachment,
What 3 behaviours show when an at...,
What are the 2 caregiver infant i...
32  cards
Attachment - animal studies
Who investigated the critical per...,
What did lorenzs procedures consi...,
What were the iv and dv of lorenz...
16  cards
Attachment - learning theory and Bowlby's montrophic theory
What is meant by the learning the...,
How is attachments learn through ...,
How is attachments learnt through...
15  cards
Attachment - strange situation
What are the 3 types of attachments,
What is meant by a secure attachment,
What is meant by a insecure avoid...
20  cards
Attachment - Bowlby's theory of maternal deprivation
What is meant by maternal depriva...,
Who investigated into maternal de...,
What was bowlbys procedures into ...
18  cards
Attachment - Influences of early attachment on childhood and adulthood
What 3 studies investigate the in...,
Explain sroufes research,
Explain myron wilson and smiths r...
11  cards
Biopsychopatholgy Year 1 P2
What does the peripheral nervous ...,
What does the spinal cord do,
What does the somatic nervous sys...
48  cards
Psychopathology - definitions of abnormality P1
What are the 4 definitions of abn...,
What is meant by deviation from s...,
Give 2 examples of deviation from...
17  cards
Research Methods Year 2 P2
What is nominal data,
What is ordinal data,
What is interval data
52  cards
Approaches Year 2
What are 4 assumptions of the psy...,
What is the id in our personality,
What is the ego in our personality
25  cards
1/ Gender - sex role stereotypes & androgyny P3
What is the definition of sex,
What is the definition of gender,
What research has been done into sex
17  cards
2/ Gender - Biological explanation
What is the definition of a chrom...,
What is the definition of a hormone,
What part do chromosomes play in ...
17  cards
3/ Gender - Atypical sex and chromosomes patterns
What two syndromes have i studied,
How is klinefelters syndrome caused,
Which gender does the klinefleter...
14  cards
4/ Gender - cognitive explanations
What are the two different cognit...,
What is the brief theory behind k...,
How many stages did kohlberg beli...
25  cards
5/ Gender - Psychodynamic explanation
According to the psychodynamic ap...,
In what stage does gender develop...,
Where is the focus of pleasure in...
12  cards
6/ Gender - SLT explanation
How is our gender developed accor...,
How is bandura that gender develo...,
What role models are for example ...
11  cards
7/ Gender - The influence of culture on gender roles
What is the definition of gender ...,
What is the definition of culture,
If there are differences between ...
10  cards
8/ Gender- The influence of media on gender roles
What is the definition of gender ...,
What is the definition of media,
What research has been done into ...
12  cards
9/ Gender - Atypical gender development: Biological and Social explanations
What is atypical gender development,
What do people with gender identi...,
What is gid recognised as a psych...
8  cards
Biopsychology year 2 P2 // The Brain
What are 4 localisation functions...,
What is meant by localisation fun...,
What is meant by localisation fun...
33  cards
Biopsychology year 2 P2 // Ways of studying the brain
Explain what is meant by a fmri scan,
What are two strengths of using f...,
What are two weaknesses of using ...
12  cards
Biopsychology year 2 P2 //Biological rhythms
What is meant by a circadian rhythm,
What is meant by a infradian rhythm,
What is meant by a ultradian rhythm
18  cards
Biopsychology year 2 P2 // Endogenous pacemakers and exogenous zeitgebers
What is a endogenous pacemaker,
In mammals what is the most likel...,
What does the scn do in the day
11  cards
1/ Agression - Neural and hormonal mechanisms
What does the neural mechanism th...,
What is the amygdala part of the ...,
What is the hippocampus part of t...
22  cards
2/ Agression - Ethological and evolutionary explanations
Explain what is meant by the etho...,
What is meant by the ethological ...,
What is meant by the ethological ...
16  cards
3/ Agression - Social psychological explanations
What are the three social psychol...,
Who suggested that aggression was...,
What is the frustration aggressio...
21  cards
4/ Agression - Institutional aggression
What are the two main types of ex...,
What is the dispositional explana...,
Explain what is meant by the impo...
13  cards
5/ Agression - Media influences
What are 4 parts of how the media...,
What are the 4 different types of...,
What are two lab experiments of t...
18  cards
1/ Issues and Debates - issues: gender bias, cultural bias and ethical implications
What are the three issues in the ...,
What is meant by an issue,
What are two types of bias in the...
29  cards
2/ Issues and Debates - debates: free will-determinism, nature-nurture, holism-reductionism & ideographic-nomotheic
What are the 4 debates we need to...,
What is meant by determinism,
Give two examples of determinism ...
36  cards
1/ Eating behaviours - Explanations for food preferences
What are the 2 explanations for f...,
Why might we have a food preferen...,
What is a strength for the fact w...
27  cards
2/ Eating behaviours - Neural and hormonal mechanisms in the control of eating behaviour
What is the neural explanation,
What does the hypothalamus do in ...,
What is meant by the lateral hypo...
14  cards
3/ Eating Behaviours - Biological explanations for anorexia
What two things are included in t...,
Explain what is meant by the gene...,
What rate is anorexia heritability
16  cards
4/ Eating Behaviours - Psychological explanations for anorexia
What are the three different psyc...,
How is social learning theory rel...,
Give an example of a situation wi...
26  cards
5/ Eating Behaviours - Biological explanations for obesity
What are the two biological expla...,
Explain what is meant by the gene...,
What research is there to support...
10  cards
6/ Eating Behaviours - Psychological explanations for obesity
What is meant by the restraint th...,
What is meant by the boundary model,
What is meant by disinhibition
9  cards
7/ Eating behaviours - explanations for success and failure of dieting
What are the two explanations for...,
What is meant by the boundary model,
What is meant by the theory of he...
12  cards
Legislation, Powers And Policy
0  cards

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