AS Psychology- Approaches

Introspection and Structuralism are associated with what Psychologist?
Wilhelm Wundt
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Describe Pavlov's Classical Conditioning
UCS= Food UCR= Salivation NS= Bell. NS+ UCS = UCR. CS (bell) = CR (salivation)
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What is Vicarious Reinforcement?
Watching behaviour that is usually rewarded (observes consequences) and decides whether or not to imitate behaviour
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Attention, Retention, Motor reproduction and Motivation are part of what process?
Mediational Process
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What is a Schema and what Approach does it come under?
Cognitive Approach. Mental Framework of beliefs and expectations that influence Cognitive processing, developed from experience
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State the key words associated with Cognitive Neuroscience
Broca's Area, fMRIs, PET scans, LTM (Tulving) located on opposite sides of Pre-frontal Cortex, Mental Disorders, OCD = Parahippocampal Gyrus, Brain Fingerprinting
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What do Twin Studies show and name the 2 types of Twins?
Concordance Rates. Monozygotic (Identical) and Dizygotic (Non-Identical)
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What is a Phenotype?
Way Genes are expressed through Physical, Behavioural and Psychological Characterstics
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Whats the Nervous System's 2 main functions?
1) Collect, Process and Respond to Information in the Environment. 2) Coordinate the Working Organs and Cells in the Body
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What part of the Nervous System is responsible for Reflex Actions?
Spinal Cord
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Signals within Neurons are Transmitted ....(1). Between Neurons Signals are Transmitted ....(2).
(1)- Electrically, (2)- Chemically
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Which out of Serotonin and Adrenaline causes Inhibition of Neurons?
Serotonin- Inhibition, more Negative Charge, Less Likely to Fire
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