AQA Psychology - Approaches to Psychology

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1. What is the correct definition of a phenotype?

  • The product of what happens when the genetic make-up interferes with the environment (such as height)
  • An individuals genetic make-up which occurs at conception and provides the genetic code for how that individual will develop (such as eye colour)
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2. In the computer model what are the three stages in the sequence (in the correct order)?

  • Input, Processing, Output
  • Output, Processing, Input
  • UCS, NS, UCR, CR

3. Why does cognitive psychology use theoretical models?

  • It describes the process in a series of indistinct steps
  • It supports a scientific approach to enquiry and testing
  • It has a basic structure which can be applied to all humans
  • Scientific methods cannot be used so the model is used in place of those

4. Which of these is an example of classical conditioning?

  • Pavlov's Dogs
  • Skinner's Box
  • Bandura's Bobo Doll's

5. What is the correct definition of imitation?

  • When an observer learns by observing the consequences of another person's behaviour
  • When an individual is influenced by another because they are in some way similar or wish to be like them
  • When an individual observes a behaviour from a role model and simulates it
  • When someone is influential on an individual in some way, and their behaviour is imitated



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