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  • LEARNING
    • Methodology
      • Observation as research method
        • Naturalistic
          • Participant's natural setting
        • Non-participant
          • Observer is not part of situation
        • Participant
          • Observer is also participant
        • Overt
          • Participants know they are being observed
        • Covert
          • Observation is kept secret from participants
      • Laboratory experiments
      • Inferential testing
        • Nominal data
          • Categories are recorded
        • Ordinal data
          • Ranked
        • Interval/ratio data
          • Scores have equal intervals between them
          • Mathematical
    • Content
      • Classical conditioning
        • Unconditioned stimulus
        • Unconditioned response
        • Conditioned stimulus
        • Conditioned response
      • Pavlov's theory
        • Salivary response of dogs
          • Food + bell
      • Fear as a conditioned response
        • Learn to associate a neutral stimulus with the response of fear
      • Operant conditioning
        • Learning through consequence
        • Positive reinforcement
        • Negative reinforcement
        • Positive punishment
        • Negative punishment
        • Behaviour shaping
      • Social learning theory
        • Attention
        • Retention
        • Reproduction
        • Motivation
        • Explanation of gender development
      • Systematic Desensitisation
        • Treatment based on classical conditioning
        • Relax
        • Hierarchy of fears
    • Studies in detail
      • Bandura, Ross and Ross 1961 - transmission of aggression behaviour through imitation of aggressive role models
      • Watson and Raynor - Little Albert - 1920
    • Key issue
      • How can the learning approach explain anorexia?

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