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BLOA Outline the principles that define the biological level of analysis and how they are demonstrated in research
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BLOA discuss ethical considerations in research into genetic influence on behavior: neuroethics and the ethics of genetic researchDr. Money (1974) and Caspi (2003)CLOA Explain how principles that define the cognitive level of analysis may be demonstrated in researchLoftus and Palmer (1974) and Bartlett (1932)CLOA describe one ethical consideration related to one research study at the cognitive level of analysisLoftus and Palmer (1974) and Clive Wearing (2007)- Oliver SacksCLOA describe one research study which has investigated schema theoryBrewer and Treyens (1981) and Bartlett (1932)CLOA Evaluate 2 models or theories of 1 cognitive processMulti-store model of memory Atkinson- Shiffrin (1968) and Working Memory BAddeley and Hitch (1974)CLOA Discuss how social or cultural factors affect one cognitive processBartlett (1932) and Luminet and Curci (2006)CLOA to what extent is one cognitive process reliableLoftus and Palmer (1974) and Bartlett (1932)CLOA discuss the use of technology in investigating 1 cognitive processMaguire (2000) and Clive Wearing (1997) Oliver SacksCLOA to what extent do cognitive and biological factors interact in emotionSchachter and Singer (1962) and Dutton and Aron (1974)CLOA Evaluate one theory of how emotion may affect one cognitive processBrown and Kulik (1977) and Curci and Luminet (2006)CLOA Discuss ethical considerations related to research studies at cognitive level of analysisClive Wearing (2007)- Oliver Sacks and "Genie" Curtiss (1981)SLOA Outline and explain the principles that define sociocultural level of analysisZimbardo (1971) and Asch (1951)SLOA Discuss how and why particular research methods are used at the SLOA and ethical considerations related to themZimbardo (1971) and Asch (1951)SLOA Define the terms "Culture" and "Cultural Norms"Tabassum (2000) and Bartlett (1932)SLOA examine the role of two cultural dimensions on behaviorTRIANDIS, Ting-toomey (1986) and Adler (1986)SLOA using 1 example explain "emic" and "etic" conceptsEkman(1968) and Tabassum (2000)SLOA describe the role of situational and dispositional factors in explaining behaviorZimbardo (1971) and Milgram (1963)SLOA Discuss two errors in attributionsJones and Harris (1967) and Blackwell (2003)SLOA Evaluate Social Identify TheoryRobber's Cave (1961) and Cialdini (1976)