Social Psychology

Conformity - Internalisation, Identification, Compliance, Informational Influence, Normative Influence, Cognitive Dissonance, Jenness(1932), Asch(1955), Proximity, Group Size, Unanimity, Amgibuity, Zimbardo (1973)

Obidience - Milgram (1963), Hotling et al (1966), Autonomous State, Agentic State, Legitimacy of Authority, Proximity, Location, Uniform, Dispositional Explanation, Authoritarian Personality

Minority Influence - Moscovici (1969), Flexibility, Consistency, Social Change, Social Cryptoamnesia, Snowball Effect

Resisting Social Influence - Social Support, Locus of Control, Reactance, Ironic Deviance, Morality, Personality

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Developmental Psychology

Carer-infant Interactions - Attachment, Interactional Synchrony, Reciprocity, Pre-attachment Phase, Indiscriminate Phase, Discriminate Phase, Multiple attachments, Schaffer and Emerson (1964), Stranger Anxiety, Sensitive Responsiveness, Role of the Father

Animal Studies - Imprinting, Lorenz (1935), Harlow (1959)

Explanations of Attachment - Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Cupboard Love, Monotropy, Internal Working Model, Critical Period, Bowlby (1951,1969,1973)

Maternal Deprivation - Seperation, Robertson and Robertson (1971), Deprivation, Privation, Kolochuva (1972/1991), Curtiss (1977), Institutionalisation, Affectionless Psychopathy, Bowlby (1944), Tizard and Hodges (1978), Rutter et al (1998)

Strange Situation - Seperation Anxiety, Ainsworth (1978), Secure Attachment, Insecure-avoidant Attachment, Insecure-resistant Attachment, Cultural Variations, Van Ijzendoorn and Kroonenberf (1988), Imposed Etic

Early on Late Relationships - Continuity Hypothesis, Hazan and Shazer (1987), Temperament Hypothesis

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Abnormality - Deviation from Social Norms, Falure to Function Adequately, Rosenhan and Seligman (1989), Deviation from Ideal Mental Health, Jahoda (1958), Statistical Infrequency

Types - Phobia, Depression (Unipolar or Bipolar), OCD (Obsessions and/or Compulsions)

Features - Avoidance Response, Disruption of Functioning, Persistent Excessive Fear, Fear of exposure, Recognition of Exaggerated Anxiety, Loss of Energy, Social impairment, Weight Change, Loss of enthusiasm, Delusions, Reduced Concentration, Though of death, Recklessness, Elevated Mood States, Irritability, Irrational Thought Processing, Extreme Anxiety, Recognised as Self-generated, Realisation of Inappropriateness, Attentional Bias,Repetitive Behaviour, Distress, Uncontrollable Urges.

Explanations - Two Process Model, Watson and Rayner (1920), Becks Negative Triad, Ellis' ABC Model, Genetic Explanations, Neural Explanations

Treatments - Systematic Desensitisation, Flooding, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy, Drug Therapy, SSRI, SNRI, Fluxotine

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Cognitive Psychology

Multistore Model of Memory- Coding, Capacity, Duration, Baddeley (1966), Jacobs (1887), Miller (1956), Peterson and Peterson (1959), Bahrick et al (1975), Short Term Memory, Long Term Memory, Sensory Register, Crowder (1993), Sperling (1960), Walsh and Thompson (1978), Anokin (1973), 

Working Model of Memory- Central Executive, Baddeley (1996), Phonological Loop, Baddeley et al (1975), Primary Acoustic Store, Articulatory Process, Visuo-Spatial Sketchpad, Visual Cache, Inner Scribe, Gathercole and Baddeley (1993), Episodic Buffer, Alkhalifa (2009)

Types of LTM - Explicit, Implicit, Episodic Memory, Tulving (1989), Semantic Memory, Kroenig (2007), Procedural Memory, Finke et al (2012)

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Cognitive Psychology pt 2

Explanations of Forgetting - Forgetting, Retrieval Failure, Interference Theory, Proactive Interference, Retroactive Interference, Schmidt et al (2000), Cue-dependent forgetting, Tulving (1973), Context-dependent failure, Godden and Baddeley (1975), State-dependent forgetting, Overton (1972), Trace decay, Displacement Theory, Waugh and Norman (1965), Repression, Williams (1994)

Eye Witness Testimony  - Schema, Misleading information, Post-event discussion, Loftus and Palmer (1974), Gabbert et al (2003), Anxiety, Loftus et al (1987),  Repression, Johnson and Scott (1976), Yuille and Cutshall (1986), Cognitive Interview, Standard Police Interview, Enhanced Cognitive Interview, Kohnken et al (1999), Fisher and Geiselman (1987), Mnemonics, Active Processing.

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Origins - Wundt, Introspection, Artistole, Plato, Descartes, Socrates, Locke

Behaviourist - Watson, Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Pavlov, Watson and Rayner, Skinner, Stimulus generalisation, Stimulus discrimination, Positive Reinforcement, Negative Reinforcement, Punishment, Time contiguity, Social learning, Bandura, Imitation, Identification, Modelling, Vicarious reinforcement, Mediation.

Biological - Hormones, Genotype, Phenotype, Genetics, Concordance, Evolution

Biopsychology - Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Somatic Nervous System, Autonomic Nevous System, Relay Neuron, Sensory Neuron, Motor Neuron, Endocrine System, Fight or Flight Response, Sympathetic Nevous System, Parasympathetic Nevous System, Synaptic Transmission, Neurotransmitters

Cognitive - Mental Processes, Schema, Chabriss (1999), Computer analogy, Information processing model, Cognitive Neuroscience

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