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Unit Study Evaluations Psychopathology Beck's Cognitive theory of depression Some
individuals are more vulnerable to depression generated through thoughts. Three parts to this
cognitive vulnerability: faulty information processing, negative self-schema and the negative
triad. Faulty information processing refers to the focus on negative thoughts a person has and
exaggerated responses.…

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Systematic desensitivisation Patient is taught to relax their muscles. Therapists construct a
desensitization hierarchy ranging from low to high anxiety. The patient gradually works through
the hierarchy by visualising the event whilst engaging in the relaxation techniques taught in
stage 1. Patient remains relaxed during the imagination of the fear…

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No Approaches Bandura Bobo doll 72 children aged 37-69 months
standardised were tested in a laboratory
using independent
procedure measures to demonstrate social
learning theory.
Low ecological validity Children individually
shown to a room for 10 minutes
Unethical with toys with a role model. In the
non aggressive group the…

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Taylor Approaches Outline fight or flight response The sympathetic
et al found nervous system associates
sensory signals with
women act in a social emotions such as fear
and sends a distress signal to
manner due to the hypothalamus. The
hypothalamus responds by
evolutionary role to releasing CRH into the
bloodstream.…

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obvious. The real pp sat at the end of the row and gave their answer last. There were 18

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trials in total and the confederates gave a total of 12 wrong answers. Asch was interested to see
if the real pp would conform to the majority view even though it was obviously wrong. On
average 32% of the time, pps conformed with the majority. 74% conformed at least once.…

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negative way. So prisons need to have strong pro- social element to change the roles of
prisoners. he teacher is told to administer an electric shock every time the learner makes a
mistake, increasing the level of shock each time. There were 30 switches on the shock
generator marked from…

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Covert Social influences Jenness 1932 Participants were asked to make an
observation initial estimate on the
amount of beans a bottle
High internal validity contained. They then
had to provide an agreed group estimate on this amount. Jenness then placed the participants
in seperate rooms again and asked if they…

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Comparative Attachments Lorenz Investigated the formation of attachment
using geese. Divided fertile geese into two groups-
psychology randomly. Half were placed
under their mother and
Unethical allowed to naturally hatch whilst
the others were
Supports critical placed in an incubator.
Lorenz ensured he was the
period first mobile object seen…

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Unit Study Evaluations Psychopathology Beck's Cognitive theory of depression Some
individuals are more vulnerable to depression generated through thoughts. Three parts to this
cognitive vulnerability: faulty information processing, negative self-schema and the negative
triad. Faulty information processing refers to the focus on negative thoughts a person has and
exaggerated responses.…

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Systematic desensitivisation Patient is taught to relax their muscles. Therapists construct a
desensitization hierarchy ranging from low to high anxiety. The patient gradually works through
the hierarchy by visualising the event whilst engaging in the relaxation techniques taught in
stage 1. Patient remains relaxed during the imagination of the fear…

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No Approaches Bandura Bobo doll 72 children aged 37-69 months
standardised were tested in a laboratory
using independent
procedure measures to demonstrate social
learning theory.
Low ecological validity Children individually
shown to a room for 10 minutes
Unethical with toys with a role model. In the
non aggressive group the…

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Taylor Approaches Outline fight or flight response The sympathetic
et al found nervous system associates
sensory signals with
women act in a social emotions such as fear
and sends a distress signal to
manner due to the hypothalamus. The
hypothalamus responds by
evolutionary role to releasing CRH into the
bloodstream.…

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obvious. The real pp sat at the end of the row and gave their answer last. There were 18

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trials in total and the confederates gave a total of 12 wrong answers. Asch was interested to see
if the real pp would conform to the majority view even though it was obviously wrong. On
average 32% of the time, pps conformed with the majority. 74% conformed at least once.…

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negative way. So prisons need to have strong pro- social element to change the roles of
prisoners. he teacher is told to administer an electric shock every time the learner makes a
mistake, increasing the level of shock each time. There were 30 switches on the shock
generator marked from…

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Covert Social influences Jenness 1932 Participants were asked to make an
observation initial estimate on the
amount of beans a bottle
High internal validity contained. They then
had to provide an agreed group estimate on this amount. Jenness then placed the participants
in seperate rooms again and asked if they…

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Comparative Attachments Lorenz Investigated the formation of attachment
using geese. Divided fertile geese into two groups-
psychology randomly. Half were placed
under their mother and
Unethical allowed to naturally hatch whilst
the others were
Supports critical placed in an incubator.
Lorenz ensured he was the
period first mobile object seen…

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