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Vicarious reinforcement is when...
Someone you are observing receives something pleasant after a desired behaviour
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According to Freud, information that you are not thinking about at that the moment but could be recalled easily without help is in the...
Preconscious mind
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One strength of Freud’s methods is...
He gathered a lot of detailed information about his participants.
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Nerve cells are called...
Neurons
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Validity is when you...
Measure what you're supposed to measure
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The aim of Freud’s study of Little Hans (1909) was to...
Understand the reason Little Hans was afraid of horses
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Which of the following statements is true of a MRI scan?
It measures radio waves emitted by the nuclei in hydrogen molecules.
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A strength specific to overt observations is that...
Participants know they are taking part in a study so are able to give consent
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Which of the following is a non-directional (two tailed) hypothesis?
There is a difference in the number of men and women who participate in sports.
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Messages in the brain pass over the synaptic gap in the form of...
Neurotransmitters
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When genes are the only cause of a characteristic it will definitely be present in...
Both of a pair of identical (MZ) twins
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One strength of Freud’s study of Little Hans is...
It is a case study so it provides rich, qualitative data
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A longitudinal study is best described as testing...
One set of participants over an extended period of time
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A weakness of longitudinal studies is that...
People may drop out of the study
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A non-participant observation is specifically when the observer...
Is not a member of the group being studied
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The term ‘subjectivity’ can be defined as being that...
Researchers are influenced by their own opinions
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Which of the following statements is a directional (one-tailed) hypothesis?
Men are better at map reading than women
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Order effects occur when...
Participants’ scores improve the second time they do the study
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In classical conditioning the term ‘spontaneous recovery’ means the...
Conditioned response reoccurs after it has disappeared
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According to Freud’s theory of psychosexual development the superego develops in the...
Phallic stage
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The aim of Money’s (1975) study was to see if gender...
Could be reassigned after birth
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