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1. A I F W N C H R M G D Q P B S V O E L T A B C D E F G H I K W L M N P R S T U V 2. What A is an area of the brain linked to fear? AMYGDALA 3. What B was used as the…
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  • 1. A I F W N C H R M G D Q P B S V O E L T A B C D E F G H I K W L M N P R S T U V
  • 2. What A is an area of the brain linked to fear? AMYGDALA
  • 3. What B was used as the object of aggression in the Bandura, Ross and Ross study? BOBO DOLL
  • 4. What C describes a relationship between two independent variables? CORRELATION
  • 5. What D is the theory suggesting we have no control over our actions (that there is no such thing as free will)? DETERMINISM
  • 6. What E was used to induce physiological arousal in Schachter and Singer? EPINEPHRINE
  • 7. What F is held by Sally in the Sally-Anne task? FALSE BELIEF
  • 8. What G is the term describing the assumption that all members of a target population will behave in the same way as a sample? GENERALISATION
  • 9. What H did ‘Little Hans’ have an irrational fear of? HORSES
  • 10. What I is the name for an experimental design comparing scores from two unrelated groups? INDEPENDENT GROUPS
  • 11. What O is the conflict between a boy’s desire for his mother and his fear of punishment by his father?? OEDIPUS COMPLEX
  • 12. What L is responsible for speech? LEFT HEMISPHERE
  • 13. What M was the name given to the adult who acted out a pattern of aggressive behaviour in the Bandura study? MODEL
  • 14. What N describes the side of a debate arguing that our behaviours are determined by learning? NURTURE
  • 15. What P is a term describing how we interpret our world? PERCEPTION
  • 16. What R is the idea that complex behaviours can be explained by simpler phenomena? REDUCTIONISM
  • 17. What S describes a set of instructions that is the same for all participants? STANDARDISED
  • 18. What T is the ability to attribute thoughts, feelings, desires and beliefs to other individuals? THEORY OF MIND
  • 19. What Q describes numerical data? QUALITATIVE
  • 20. What V describes the extent to which a study measures or tests their target variable? VALIDITY
  • 21. What W is the name of the Chimpanzee used in the study by Gardner and Gardner? WASHOE
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