AQA Psychology - Media

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    • Media influences on anti-social behaviour
      • Situational Effects
        • Cognitive Priming
          • Bushman (1995)
        • Arousal
        • Sponsor Effects
          • Joy et al
      • Socialisation Effects
        • Social Learning Theory
          • Bandura et al
        • Cultivation Effect
        • Desensitisation
    • Media influences on pro-social behaviour
      • Situational Effects
        • Cognitive Priming
          • Holloway et al
        • Arousal
        • Sponsor Effects
      • Socialisation Effects
        • Social Learning Theory
        • SCOLT
          • Noble (1983)
    • Positive and Negative effects of video games
      • Positive
        • Gee (2003)
          • problem solving, creativity, control, learning from mistakes, encourages independant thinking, perseverance
            • Kestenbaum & Weinstein
      • Negative
        • Impulsiveness, aggression, physical and verbal aggression, addiction
          • Matthews (2006)
          • Silvern and Williamson (1987)
    • Hovland-Yale Model of Persuastion
      • The communicator
        • Baron and Byrne
      • The Message
        • McGuire
      • The Channel
      • Audience
        • Wood and Stagner
    • Elaboration Likelihood Model
      • Central Route
      • Peripheral Route
        • Vidrine
          • Central Route
    • Explanations for celebrity stalking
      • Attachment Theory
        • Kienlen
        • McCutcheon
      • Absorption-Addiction Hypothesis
    • Explanations of TV's effectiveness of persuasion
      • Hypodermic Effect
      • Two Step Flow
      • Uses and Gratification Theory
    • Social Psychological explanation of celebrity
      • Popularity Explanation
        • Mere exposure effect
          • Zajonc
        • Debacker
      • Personality Theory
        • Simonton
      • Outsider Theory Of Celebrity
        • Simonton
    • Evolutionary explanations of Celebrity
      • Gossip Theory
        • Dunbaar (1997)
        • Barkow (1992)
      • Reproductive Strategies
    • Factors influencing celebrity worship
      • Age, education, gender, exposure, personality, beliefs, mental health

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