Psychology- name the approach!

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Genes have been manipulated to measure effects on behaviour
Biological
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Unconscious processes determine behaviour
Psychodynamic
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Achieving personal growth involves becoming congruent with our sense of self
Humanistic
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Safety is a deficiency need
Humanistic
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The laws of learning in animals can be applied to humans
Behaviourist
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For behaviour to be learnt, self-efficacy is important
SLT
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Connections between neurone represent meaningful learnt associations
Cognitive
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Uses free association, where patients talk freely about their concerns and dreams to a therapist
Psychodynamic
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Sexual selection and the rooting reflex supports the basic assumptions
Biological
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Promotes person-centred therapy
Humanistic
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When born, our mind is tabula rasa (a blank slate)
Behaviourist
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Learning involves paying attention, remembering, imitating and having motivation
SLT
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Mental processes lie between stimulus and response
Cognitive
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We have defence mechanisms to reduce anxiety
Psychodynamic
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We feel worth by adhering to conditions of worth
Humanistic
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Helped police get more reliable eyewitness accounts
Cognitive
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I always feel hungry when I hear the doorbell. Thinking about it, there's always a doorbell ringing in Domino's pizza adverts. Perhaps I should get a takeaway...
Behaviourist
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Uses an information- processing approach
Cognitive
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We learn through direct and vicarious reinforcement
SLT
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My son hates me and wants to lust after my wife!
Psychodynamic
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