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LANGER AND RODIN - AIM
To investigate the effect of enchanced personal responsibility and choice in nursing home patients.
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LANGER AND RODIN KEY TERM - CONTROL
Refers to the event of which a indivual is able to direct and regulate his own behaviour.
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LANGER AND RODIN - BACKGROUND RESEARCH
Stotland and Blumenthal - Showed that students who were able to chose their own order of when to take a series of ability test were less anxoius than those students who took predeterimed order of the tests.
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BENNET LEVY - AIM
To investigate whether people are more likely to be afraid of or avoid animals that move quickly, and are very different in form to humans.
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BENNET LEVY - BACKGROUND RESEARCH
SELIGMAN - That we are biologically programmed into fearing certain animals as there is something inside us that makes us do this. For example, It only took 4 shocks to induce fear of spider however it took alot more for a flower.
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BENNET LEVY - BACKGROUND RESEARCH
MINEKA - That wild monkeys feared real model / toy snakes. Well lab reared monkeys showed a mild response. Bennet said no, they feared the snake like movements.
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RAHE - AIM
Investigate if there is a relationship between the pre-deployment life events before SRE and the number of reported illnesses during deployment.
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RAHE - STRSS
The percieved demands of a situation and the persons ability to cope.
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RAHE - BACKGROUND RESEARCH
Suggested there is a relatiobship between the amount of stress we are exposed to and how much illness we suffere from.
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