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ETHICAL ISSUE
INFORMED CONSENT, RIGHT TO WITHDRAW
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METHODOLOGICAL ISSUE
SETTING USUALLY UNNATURAL FOR CHILD/FAMILY. BEHAVIOUR MAY BE AFFECTED BY PRESENCE OF AN OBSEREVER
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WHAT IS THE CENTRAL EXECUTIVE?
ACTS AS A SUPERVISORY SYSTEM AND CONTROLS THE FLOW OF INFO FROM AND TO ITS SLVE SYSTEMS
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WHAT IS THE PHONOLOGICAL LOOP?
DEALS WITH ARTICULATORY PROCESSES AND INFORMATION. ALSO KNOWN AS THE INNER EAR, IT HAS A LIMITED CAPACITY
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WHAT IS THE VISUO-SPATIAL SKETCHPAD?
DEALS WITH VISUAL AND SPATIAL INFO AND HAS A LIMITED CAPACITY, ALSO KNOWN AS THE INNER EYE.
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ARTICULATORY SUPPRESSION TASK
IT IS MORE DIFFICULT TO PERFORM 2 VISUAL TASKS AT THE SAME TIME BECAUSE THEY INTERFERE WITH EACH OTHER. AND PERFORMANCE IS REDUCED.SUPPORTS THE VIEW THAT THE PHONO LOOP AND ARTIC PROCESS ARE SEPARATE SYSTEMS.MIL
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MISLEADING EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY
VERN CHANGE STUDY CAR CRASH- LOFTUS AND PALMER, LOFTUS ET AL- STOP AND YIELD SIGN
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CLASSICAL CONDITIONING? ASSOCIATION
CLASSICAL CONDITIONING- BEFORE ATTACHMENT IS FORMED, INFANT GETS PLEASURE THROUGH FOOD. FOOD IS US, AND PLEASURE IS UR. WHEN THE INFANT IS FED, THE INFANT ASSOCIATES THE PERSON PROVIDING FOOD WITH THE FOOD.PAF- NS WHICH BECOMES ASSOCIATED WITH UCS.
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WHAT IS OPERANT CONDITIONING? REWARDS
A hungry baby will cry because its distressed.Feeding makes it more comfortable, crying is learned through negative reinforcement.Over time the pleasure of being fed becomes associated with the PAF•The baby learnS to cry to get th
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