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The way in which somehting is understood
Perception
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Freud and Hobson and McCarley studied this
Dreaming
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feelings of anger or antipathy resulting in hostile or violent behaviour; readiness to attack or confront.
Aggression
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The biological process of seeing
Vision
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a person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behaviour.
Psychopath
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This person studied the affect words had on our ability to recall facts
Carmichael
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The name given to a person that studies their patient's dreams
Psychoanalyst
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This person had a theory on illusions
Gregory
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The non-violent game played in Anderson and Dill's study
Myst
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The violent game played in Anderson and Dill's study
Wolfenstein 3D
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Freud's theory on dreaming
Dream Analysis
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The patient adds extra details in order to make their dream coherent when retelling it to the psychoanalyst
Secondary Elaboration
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Several themes are presented as a single theme within the dream
Condensation
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The focus shifts from the main theme to a second, less important theme which becomes the main focus
Distortion
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The process by which content within a series of media is collected via qualitative data and analysed by researchers
Content Analysis
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A conflict between perception and vision
Illusion
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A depth cue in which we perceive straight lines continuing in that direction even after they reach their vanishing point
Linear Perspective
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The debate that claims our biological instincts is the reason for our actions and thought processes
Nature
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Freud and Hobson and McCarley studied this

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Dreaming

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feelings of anger or antipathy resulting in hostile or violent behaviour; readiness to attack or confront.

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The biological process of seeing

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Card 5

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a person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behaviour.

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