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Outline one feature of the humanistic approach
Each person is unique
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Outline one feature of the behaviourists approach
There are two basic laws of learning
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Outline one feature of the cognitive approach
A persons knowledge and beliefs influence their behaviour and experience.
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Outline one feature of the Social Learning theory
Behaviour is learnt through observation and imitation
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Outline one feature of the psychdynamic Approach
The tripartite structure of personality
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Self - actualisation
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Client- centered therapy
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Unconitional Positive Regard
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Holistic Approach
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The role of the unconscious
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Psychosexual stages of development
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Defence Mechanism
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Use of the case study method
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Outline one feature of the cognitive approach
The human mind is like a computer
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Information processing approach
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Mental processes can be described and investigated using models
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Use of the experimental Method
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Outline one feature of the behaviourists approach
All Human behaviour is learnt behaviour
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Psychology should be the study of observable bevaiour only in a scientific way
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Behaviour should be studied under controlled conditions
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There is no distinction between human and non-human forms of learning
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Outline one feature of the Social Learning theory
Modelling; some people are more likely to be imitated than others
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Behaviour that is reinforced is more likely to be imitated.
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Mediating cognitive factors
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Use of laboratory experiments
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Outline one feature of the biological Approach
All thoughts,feelings and behaviours have physical/biological cause
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Outline one feature of the biological Approach
Our behaviours and characteristics are a result of genetic make-up
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The mind and brain are the same
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Genes of humans have evolved to adapt to the environment
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Scientific methods of investigation
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There are two basic laws of learning

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Outline one feature of the Social Learning theory

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