Topic D Keywords

This is a quiz search based on topic D from the edexel gcse book. There are also some experiment related words. Hope you find it helpful!

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A R Q T S P E C I F I C P H O B I A G J E
Q C D L K I N D I V I D U A L I S T I C U
H P Q X W F R M Y O P D T Q B C A C R N X
V L Q N F E E H F U U J I G Q N M K K C S
Y G E N E R A L I S A B L E Y O J P Y D M
J F Y S D U B G R G Q J A Q J T P L T O D
S T F C D X K S B L L O X F S H H W I M F
L S C N Y P C G W X Q D D P N J G P A Q Q
K H G A R P R E P A R E D N E S S S C G C
H I E R A R C H Y O F F E A R S F Y Q A V
B S J Q U E S T I O N N A I R E W R S Q M
B J D A F Y L V P E J I X B A O E Y L X D
C O N D I T I O N E D S T I M U L U S L P
A U G F E X P O S U R E T H E R A P Y X R
S C O N D I T I O N E D R E S P O N S E K
D X T W M D A U A H J F R E L L H O Y K P
S A N E E K D K P F D C N C A M F O X M X
S O C I A L P H O B I A K A X L G L P H H
J Y L K R M N A V N S H U T Y E R O O S S
N P C C A I W Y F D I K E X E Y X Y F C P
V P N O T E M R V B B S K D X V S G H N K

Clues

  • a list of fears that are arranged from most to least feared (9, 2, 5)
  • a research method using written questions (13)
  • a trigger for a behaviour which only produces this behaviour after association has taken place (11, 8)
  • describes a culture that encourages independence, personal achievement, competition and individuality, e.g USA (15)
  • fear of an object or something specific as apposed to a social phobia (8, 6)
  • fear of interacting with others and being with others; perhaps an extreme form of shyness (6, 6)
  • like systematic desensitisation as it has a fear hierarchy but not so much focus on relaxtion - more on thinking (8, 7)
  • refers to findings of studies and whether they can be said to be true of people other than those who were studied (13)
  • the action produced in classical conditioning after association has taken place, which is triggered by the conditioned stimulus (11, 8)
  • the tendancy to learn some associations more easily, quickly and permanently than others (12)

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