OCR AS Psychology - Core Studies

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What is the name of one of the pygmy chimps used in Savage-Rumbaugh's study?
Kanzi
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What was the comparison group used in Baron-Cohen's study?
Tourettes
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How many months into Thigpen & Cleckley's study did Jane appear?
Eight
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Rosenhan outlined the ethical issues raised when labelling someone as what?
Abnormal
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In Freud's study, what stage of psychosexual development does the Oedipus complex occur in?
Phallic
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What was stage 2 of Bandura's study?
Provocation
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Samuel & Bryant used Piaget's ________ method of questioning.
standard
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What were attached to the face and scalp of sleeping participants in Dement & Kleitman's study?
Electrodes
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The volume of what was calculated in Maguire's study?
Hippocampus
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In Sperry's study, which hemisphere of the brain cannot process spoken words?
Right
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What was the most violent verb used in Loftus & Palmer's study?
Smashed
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What kind of gambling was used in Griffiths' study?
Fruit machine
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Piliavin studied the diffusion of what?
Responsibility
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3 participants experienced what in Migram's study?
Seizures
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What was the first independent variable manipulated by Reicher & Haslam in their BBC prison study?
Perimiability
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