Psychology Unit 4 (Depress/Anomalistic/Research Methods) overview

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  • Psychology Unit 4
    • Anomalistic
      • The Study
        • Methodologica-l issues. Realted to Study of Paranormal Cognition (ESP)
        • Pseudoscienc-e and its Scientific Status
      • Explanations for Anomalous Experience
        • Coincidence
        • Superstition and Magical Thinking
        • Personality Factors
      • Research into Exceptional Experience
        • Out of Body Experience
        • Psychic Mediumship
        • Near Death Experiences
        • Psychic Healing
    • Research Methods
      • Designing Psychological Investigations
        • Assessing and Improving Validity inc Internal and External
        • Implications of Sampling Strategies
        • Issues of Reliabiity
        • Ethical Consideration in Design and Conduct of Psychological Research
      • Application of Scientific Method
        • Validating New Knowledge and The Role of Peer Review
        • Features of Science
          • Theory Construction
          • Replicability
          • Hypothesis Testing
          • Objectivity
          • Empirical Method
      • Data Analysis and Reorting on Investigations
        • Analysis
          • Chi-Squared
          • Wilcoxon
          • Mann-Whitney
          • Spearmans
          • Factors Effecting Choice of Statistical Test
        • Appropriate Selection of Graphical Repsentations
        • Probability
          • Type 1 + 2 Errors
        • Analysis and Interpreting Qualititive Data
        • Conventions of Reporting on Psychological Investigations
    • Depression
      • Biological Therapies
      • Issues Surrounding the Classification and Diagnosis inc Reliability and Validity
      • Psychological Therapies
      • Clinical Characteristic
      • Biological Explanations
        • Biochemistry
        • Genetics
      • Psychological Explanations
        • Cognitive
        • Psychodynami-c
        • Behavioural
        • Socio-Cultural

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