Biological level of analysis revision cards

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Outline principles that define the biological level of analysis Explain how principles that define the biological level of analysis may be demonstrated in research
Martinez and Kesner, Bouchard
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Discuss how and why particular research methods are used in the biological level of analysis
Experiments-Martinez and Kesner Quasi experiments- Bouchard et al Field Experiments-Avery et al Case studies- HM
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Discuss ethical considerations related to research at the biological level of analysis
Dr Money,HM, Bouchard, schachter and singer
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Explain one study related to localisation of function in the brain
The case study of HM and the removal of 8cm of brain tissue removed
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Explain using one or more examples, the effects of neurotransmission on human behaviour
acetylcholine- Martinez and Kesner Serotonin-Kasamatsu and Harai Dopamine-Fisher et al
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Explain, using examples, the function of two hormones on human behaviour.
Oxytocin-Pedersen et al Melatonin-Avery et al
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Discuss two effects of the environment on physiological processes
Maguire/Rosenzweig and bennet- Enriched environment leading to brain plasticity
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Experiments-Martinez and Kesner Quasi experiments- Bouchard et al Field Experiments-Avery et al Case studies- HM

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Discuss ethical considerations related to research at the biological level of analysis

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