The history of Psychology (PS111)

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1. What caused the Cognitive Revolution?

  • From the 1970s onwards psychologists became increasingly dissatisfied with the broadness of behaviourism.
  • From the 1980s onwards psychologists became increasingly dissatisfied with the broadness of behaviourism.
  • From the 1970s onwards psychologists became increasingly dissatisfied with the narrowness of behaviourism.
  • From the 1980s onwards psychologists became increasingly dissatisfied with the narrowness of behaviourism.
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2. According to Behaviourism there is....

  • a little bit of free will
  • No free will
  • lots of free will
  • Only free will with certain people

3. According to behaviourism the principles of learning in animals _ _ _ _ apply to humans also

  • sort of
  • do not
  • do
  • might

4. According to Behaviourism, Psychology should...

  • Be seen as a humanities subject
  • focus on the relationships between people
  • be seen as a science
  • not be seen as a science

5. Name some other key figures in Psychology.

  • Warren Jefferson, Holly Epton, Amy Barns, Julie Pond.
  • William James, Hermann Ebbinghaus, Alfred Binet, Jean Piaget.
  • Winston Johnson, Herbert Elmore, August Bern, Jamie Prescott
  • Wilma James, Henry Ebbinghaus, Alfred Batena, Joan Paddock

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