Psychology Approaches

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Who conducted research for the biological approach?
Raine et al.
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What is the therapy for the biological approach?
Psychosurgery
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What is the classic evidence for the biological approach?
Raine (1997) brain abnormalities in murderers
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Who conducted research for the behaviourist approach?
Watson & Rayner
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What is the therapy for the behaviourist approach?
Systematic desensitisation
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What is the classic evidence for the behaviourist approach?
Watson & Rayner (1920) Albert B
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Who conducted research for the cognitive approach?
Loftus & Palmer
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What is the therapy for the cognitive approach?
Cognitive behavioural therapy
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What is the classic evidence for the cognitive approach?
Loftus & Lamer (1974) interaction between language and memory
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Who created the positive approach?
Martin Seligman
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What is the therapy for the positive approach?
Mindfulness
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What is the classic evidence for the positive approach?
Myers & Diener - Who is happy?
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Who created the psychodynamic approach?
Sigmund Freud
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What is the therapy for the psychodynamic approach?
Dream Analysis
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What is the classic evidence for the psychodynamic approach?
Bowlby (1944) 44 Thieves
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