AQA Psychology- Unit 3

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1. What did Hobson find?

  • autistic kids could do the mountain task but not sally Anne
  • Police/naughty boy study, 90% success rate at aged 3.5-5 suggesting that Piaget underestimated abilities
  • Children with sensory impairments, show delays in ToM, showing interdependance of stages
  • Autistic children understand intentions.. ToM separate to intelligence
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2. What are the studies used to evaluate developments in sense of self?

  • Bahrick and Watson, Amsterdam, Lewis and Brooks Gunn, Wimmer and Perner, Inhelder and Piaget
  • Bahrick and Watson, Amsterdam, Lewis and Brooks Gunn, Wimmer and Perner, Baron-Cohen
  • Bahrick and Watson, Amsterdam, Lewis and Brooks Gunn, Wimmer and Perner
  • Amsterdam, Lewis and Brooks Gunn, Wimmer and Perner, Baron-Cohen, Watson et al

3. What are the A02 studies for development of children's understanding of others

  • Carpenter, Hughes, Hobson, McGarrigle and Donaldson
  • Carpenter, Hughes, Hobson, Eide and Eide, Walster et al
  • Carpenter, Hughes, Hobson, Eide and Eide
  • Hughes, Hobson, Eide and Eide, Ballegeon and DeVos

4. What did Dapretto suggest?

  • The idea of MNs is a behaviouristic approach, there is a difference between understanding what others are thinking and actually experiencing it
  • After studying neuron actvity in epicilectic people through an internal electrode, 34 MNs were found, as well as multiple different types
  • There can be applications to autism. Autistic people have less MN activity so could be taught imitation skills to enhance activity
  • MNs are a myth, all research carried out regarding them have been highly subjective or carried out on monkeys

5. What did Slack find?

  • After studying neuron actvity in epicilectic people through an internal electrode, 34 MNs were found, as well as multiple different types
  • MNs are a myth, all research carried out regarding them have been highly subjective or carried out on monkeys
  • The idea of MNs is a behaviouristic approach, there is a difference between understanding what others are thinking and actually experiencing it
  • There can be applications to autism. Autistic people have less MN activity so could be taught imitation skills to enhance activity

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