Issues and Debates

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The approach that breaks behaviour up into smaller sections
Reductionism
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The idea that two approaches work together
Interactionist Approach
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The model that states a biological predisposition is triggered by the environment
Diathesis-stress
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A bias that exaggerates differences
Alpha Bias
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A view that all behaviour can be predicted
Hard Determinism
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An approach that uses quantative techniques to create general laws about people
Nomothetic
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An ethical issue that states that the information participants reveal should be kept secret
confidentiality
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A type of research that could impact the lives of the participants and the groups they represent
Socially Sensitive Research
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The idea that all behaviour can explained through a stimulus-response link
Environmental Reductionism
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The process where traits are passed from parents to their offspring
Heredity
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Evaluating other groups using social norms from your own society
Ethnocentrism
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An idea that is focused on men and excluding women
Androcentrism
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An ethical issue where participants might reveal more than they wanted to
Privacy
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Approach based on the environmental influences of behaviour
Nurture
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The idea that a culture can't be judged properly unless viewed in the original context
Cultural Relativism
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The idea that two approaches work together

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Interactionist Approach

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The model that states a biological predisposition is triggered by the environment

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A bias that exaggerates differences

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A view that all behaviour can be predicted

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