UNIT 1 kEYWORDS PSYCHOLOGY GCSE

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  • KEY WORDS UNIT 1
    • NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION
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    • PERSONALITY
      • NEUROTICISM: Describes people who are highly emotional.
      • INTRAVERSION: Describes people who are content with their own company/own thoughts and ideas.
      • PSYCHOTICISM: 3RD dimension identified by Eysenck,  Hostile people
      • EXTRAVERSION: Describes people who look to the outside world for entertainment
      • ANTI SOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER: Condition which an individual does not use socially acceptable rights or consider rights of others.
      • BIOLOGICAL CAUSE: Genetic in the body so not inherited
      • TYPE THEORY: Personality types that are thought to be inherited there associated traits.
      • AMYGLDALA: Part of the brain involved in emotion
      • SITUATIONAL CAUSE: May be caused by the environment your brought up in.
      • PRE FRONTAL CORTEX: Very front of the brain involved in social and moral behaviour and controls aggression.
      • TEMPERAMENT: Inbuilt natural mood and personality. Traits that you are born with with(inherited)
      • MRI: Magnetic Resonance Imaging
      • PERSONALITY: Thought/ feelings/behaviours that makes a person unique
    • STEREOTYPING
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    • MEMORY
      • RETROGRADE AMNESIA: Cant remember information from before the brain surgery
      • RECONSTRUCTIVE: Filling in the details because we cant remember.
      • ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA: Cannot remember information from after the brain surgery
      • SCHEMA: Organised pattern/thought/ behaviour
      • CONTEXT: Refer to the situation in which an event occurs.
      • DURATION: How long it holds the information for
      • EYE-WITNESS TESTIMONY: Something seen from first hand.
      • CAPACITY: The amount of information it can hold
      • FACE RECOGNITION: Describe what someone looks like but gets it inaccurate
      • RETRIEVAL: Accesing the information from the memory.
      • PRACTICAL IMPLICATION: Act of bringing something to bear; using it for a particular purpose
      • STORAGE: Holding information in the memory
      • ENCODING: How  information is taken in e.g. 5senses
      • INTERFERENCE: new information we try and remember but old information gets in the way of us recalling the new information

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Taniya

have you done the keywords for non-verbal communication and stereotyping? if you have it says untitled

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