Approaches

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What method did Wundt develop?
Introspection
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Outline 'Introspection'
Participants describe their thoughts, feelings/sensations and mental images in response to a stimulus. This is recorded and analysed systematically.
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Which biological theory includes the idea that human behaviour developed as part of an adaptive process- where behaviours which boost reproductive fitness have been selected for?
Evolution
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Order these chronologically: Skinner, cognitive neuroscience , Freud, Rogers, Bandura, cognitive approach, biopsychology.
Freud, Skinner, Rogers, cognitive approach, biopsychology, cognitive neuroscience.
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Name 2 learning approaches
behaviourism, social learning theory
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Who is the key theorist in social learning theory?
Bandura
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Name 2 humanists
Rogers, Maslow
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What was Freud's approach called?
Psychoanalysis/ Psychodynamic approach
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What is psychoanalyis?
examining hidden conflicts in the sub-conscious mind
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What does behaviourism study?
the relationship between stimulus and behaviour
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What does the cognitive approach study (which B's don't)?
Cognition- the meditational process between stimulus and behaviour
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