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loftus and palmer

why does the first study not necessarily demonstrate that the p's memory has been affected by the leading questions?

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identitify a potential confounding variable in this study and suggest how this may have affected the results...

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what do you think is an advantage of a split style drawing?

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why are cross-cultural approaches used to investigate a nature-nurture debate?

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what is the DV of deregowski's study?

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why do we refer to deregowski experiment as natural (also called quasi) ?

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what is emperical evidence?

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give one piece of emperical evidence which shows that drawing are not a universal means of communication in all cultures...

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why did the researchers ensure that the autistic children had the highest verbal mental age?

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gardener &gardener

why was washoe taught sign language rather than a spoken language?

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samuel & bryant

what is meant by conservation?

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describe how was the second IV manipulated?

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schachter & singer

explain why the results support the 2 factor theory of emotion...

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schachter &singer

can you think of a possible confounding variable which was not controlled?

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dement & klietman

what was the aim of dement & klietman's exp

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dement and klietman

identify one possible confounding variable in the study...

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outline 2 tests used by sperry

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if patients were presented the word key to their left visual feild, how can they respond ?

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why does this conclude that violence cannot be reduced to biology alone?

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what were the political implications of yerkes study ?

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what is schizophrenia?

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give evidence of depersonalisation from this study...

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the situational behaviour of the pseudo patients was interpreted by staff in light of their diagnosis, give an example of this...

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