Assumptions of the 5 approaches

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  • Created on: 12-05-13 12:33
Behaviour in not always the result of our own free will.
Social
1 of 10
Our situation will have a strong influence on how we behave.
Social
2 of 10
Assumes how we process information influences how we behave.
Cognitive
3 of 10
We should study mental processes such as memory, ways of thinking and problem solving in order to further our understanding of human behaviour.
Cognitive
4 of 10
Children are psychologically different from adults.
Developmental
5 of 10
The root cause of adult psychiatric problems lies in problems with their psychiatric development as a child.
Developmental
6 of 10
Behaviour can largely be explained in terms of biology.
Physiological
7 of 10
Psychology should be seen as a science, to be studied in a scientific manner, measuring variables objectively.
Physiological
8 of 10
The differences between people, not just the factors we have in common, have an important influence on our behaviour.
Individual Differences
9 of 10
Not only the ways we are the same as one another, but the ways in which we differ is important for psychology to investigate.
Individual Differences
10 of 10

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Our situation will have a strong influence on how we behave.

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Assumes how we process information influences how we behave.

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We should study mental processes such as memory, ways of thinking and problem solving in order to further our understanding of human behaviour.

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Children are psychologically different from adults.

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cheers for this, fairly useful

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