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25 terms
IB: Psychology: CLOA Studies
Bartlett, 1932
Brewer and Treyens, 1981
Baddeley and Hitch, 1974
Quinn and McConnel, 1996
A: See how memory of a story is affected by previous knowledg…
A: To see whether a stereotypical schema of an office would a…
Proposed the working model of memory with subsystems for memo…
A: To see if memorisation of words is affected by concurrent…
Bartlett, 1932
A: See how memory of a story is affected by previous knowledg…
Brewer and Treyens, 1981
A: To see whether a stereotypical schema of an office would a…
13 terms
IB Psychology - Cognitive LOA
Scoville and Milner
Milner
Atkinson and Shiffrin
Glanzer and Cunitz
HM study... Case-study... ... Aim: To get a better insight in how me…
Procedural Memory... Aim: To see if HM could learn new skills…
Multi-store memory model... Theory: Describes memory in terms o…
Immediate and delayed free recall... Laboratory experiment... Aim…
Scoville and Milner
HM study... Case-study... ... Aim: To get a better insight in how me…
Milner
Procedural Memory... Aim: To see if HM could learn new skills…
13 terms
IB Psychology - Cognitive LOA
Scoville and Milner
Milner
Atkinson and Shiffrin
Glanzer and Cunitz
HM study... Case-study... ... Aim: To get a better insight in how me…
Procedural Memory... Aim: To see if HM could learn new skills…
Multi-store memory model... Theory: Describes memory in terms o…
Immediate and delayed free recall... Laboratory experiment... Aim…
Scoville and Milner
HM study... Case-study... ... Aim: To get a better insight in how me…
Milner
Procedural Memory... Aim: To see if HM could learn new skills…
IB Psychology
Psychology
Ethnocentrism
Reductionism
Validity
The scientific study of BEHAVIOUR and the MIND and how these…
Judging ones group (culture, social, ethics) based on the mor…
A theory that seems to OVER-SIMPLIFY human BEHAVIOURS or COGN…
How well a study / experiment measures what it is suppose to…
Psychology
The scientific study of BEHAVIOUR and the MIND and how these…
Ethnocentrism
Judging ones group (culture, social, ethics) based on the mor…
25 terms
IB: Psychology: CLOA Studies
Bartlett, 1932
Brewer and Treyens, 1981
Baddeley and Hitch, 1974
Quinn and McConnel, 1996
A: See how memory of a story is affected by previous knowledg…
A: To see whether a stereotypical schema of an office would a…
Proposed the working model of memory with subsystems for memo…
A: To see if memorisation of words is affected by concurrent…
Bartlett, 1932
A: See how memory of a story is affected by previous knowledg…
Brewer and Treyens, 1981
A: To see whether a stereotypical schema of an office would a…
420 terms
IB Psychology
Principles of the biological level of…
Which level of analysis focuses on the…
Behavior has a physiological basis
Research studies support that behavior…
Behavior has a physiological basis... Behavior is inherited... Beha…
BLA
Your behavior results from stuff inside you (genes, neurotran…
Phineas Gage... David Reimwe
Principles of the biological level of…
Behavior has a physiological basis... Behavior is inherited... Beha…
Which level of analysis focuses on the…
BLA
39 terms
IB Psychology
Outline principles that define the bio…
Explain how principles that define the…
Discuss how and why particular researc…
Discuss ethical considerations related…
...
...
...
...
Outline principles that define the bio…
...
Explain how principles that define the…
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65 terms
IB Psychology Unit 3
Bartlett (War of the Ghosts - 1932)
Bartlett (War of the Ghosts - 1932) Cr…
Loftus & Palmer (1974)
Loftus & Palmer (1974) Criticisms
Bartlett relates a Native American folktale to Westerners. Af…
Ecological Validity; lack of variable control because Bartlet…
The aim of this study was to investigate how information supp…
It should be difficult to generalise findings from laboratory…
Bartlett (War of the Ghosts - 1932)
Bartlett relates a Native American folktale to Westerners. Af…
Bartlett (War of the Ghosts - 1932) Cr…
Ecological Validity; lack of variable control because Bartlet…
85 terms
Abnormal Psychology IB
abnormal
affective
affective disorders
affective symptoms
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
A term which refers to emotions and attitudes.
characterized by dysfuntional moods.
emotional elements, including fear, sadness, andger
abnormal
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
affective
A term which refers to emotions and attitudes.
49 terms
IB Psychology Cognitive LOA
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive processes
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
Cognitive processes are influenced by social and cultural fac…
memory, language, thinking, attention and perception
Cognitive Principle
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
Cognitive Principle
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
49 terms
IB Psychology Cognitive LOA
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive processes
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
Cognitive processes are influenced by social and cultural fac…
memory, language, thinking, attention and perception
Cognitive Principle
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
Cognitive Principle
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
32 terms
IB Psychology Studies (Cognitive)
Kasamatsu and Hirai
Martinez and Kesner
Paul Broca
Carl Wernicke
Buddhist monks were taken on a trek up a mountain without foo…
Three groups of rats were put into a maze: one with scopolami…
Worked with "Tan" who, after an autopsy, was found to have an…
Found a lesion in the rear parietal/temporal region of the pa…
Kasamatsu and Hirai
Buddhist monks were taken on a trek up a mountain without foo…
Martinez and Kesner
Three groups of rats were put into a maze: one with scopolami…
19 terms
IB Psychology
Mirror Neurons
Brain Plasticity
Localization of Functioning
Phantom Limb Syndrome
Allow you to feel empathy, mimic other behaviors shaping our…
The brains ability to adapt and change after a traumatic event
The idea that different parts of the brain do different things
When a person still feels pain in a part of the body that is…
Mirror Neurons
Allow you to feel empathy, mimic other behaviors shaping our…
Brain Plasticity
The brains ability to adapt and change after a traumatic event
89 terms
IB Psychology Sociocultural LOA
Sociocultural Principle
Sociocultural Principle
Sociocultural Principle
Melville Herskovits (1948)
Society influences behaviour.
Culture influences behaviour.
We want connectedness with, and a sense of belonging to, othe…
Culture is the human-made part of the environment.
Sociocultural Principle
Society influences behaviour.
Sociocultural Principle
Culture influences behaviour.
41 terms
IB psychology research terminology
Aim
Procedure
Findings
Participants
The purpose of a study indicating which behaviour or mental p…
The step-by-step process used by the researcher to carry out…
These state how the researcher interpreted the data that were…
The people who take part in a psychological study
Aim
The purpose of a study indicating which behaviour or mental p…
Procedure
The step-by-step process used by the researcher to carry out…
8 terms
IB Psychology Health
Discuss the extent to which biological…
Evaluate psychological research throug…
Discuss physiological, psychological a…
Evaluate strategies for coping with st…
Health related behaviour: stress... Biological factor: Immune sy…
Kiecolt and Glazer (1984)... Stunkard et al (1990)
Physiological: T-cell activity... Psychological: Interpretation…
Lazarus and Folkman (1975)... Holahan and Moos (1990)... Hartfield…
Discuss the extent to which biological…
Health related behaviour: stress... Biological factor: Immune sy…
Evaluate psychological research throug…
Kiecolt and Glazer (1984)... Stunkard et al (1990)
25 terms
IB Psychology
Psychology
Goals of Psych
Wilhelm Wundt
Charles Darwin
Scientific study of the behavior of individuals and their men…
Describe behavior objectively... Explain behavior through the le…
1879... Made first lab to study human behavior ... "Father of psych…
1859... "Origin of Species" book: says animals evolve or change…
Psychology
Scientific study of the behavior of individuals and their men…
Goals of Psych
Describe behavior objectively... Explain behavior through the le…
15 terms
IB Psychology
Outline Principals that define the bio…
Explain, using one or more examples, t…
Discuss ethical considerations in rese…
Examine one interaction between cognit…
Newcomer (1999) & Rosenberg Bennet (1972)
Martinez and Kesner (1991) & Fisher (2003)
Caspi (2003)
Scoville and Milner (1957)
Outline Principals that define the bio…
Newcomer (1999) & Rosenberg Bennet (1972)
Explain, using one or more examples, t…
Martinez and Kesner (1991) & Fisher (2003)
42 terms
IB psychology research terminology
Aim
Target population
Procedure
Findings
The purpose of a study indicating which behaviour or mental p…
The group whose behaviour the researcher wishes to investigate
The step-by-step process used by the researcher to carry out…
These state how the researcher interpreted the data that were…
Aim
The purpose of a study indicating which behaviour or mental p…
Target population
The group whose behaviour the researcher wishes to investigate
29 terms
IB Health Psychology
acute stressors
Chronic stressors
Holmes-Rahe Scale
Coping
appear suddenly and do not last long and call for immediate a…
last for a long time and are a constant source of worry, and…
assigns values to stressful events based on opportunity sampl…
defined as the efforts to deal with a threat in order to remo…
acute stressors
appear suddenly and do not last long and call for immediate a…
Chronic stressors
last for a long time and are a constant source of worry, and…
49 terms
IB Psychology Cognitive LOA
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive processes
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
Cognitive processes are influenced by social and cultural fac…
memory, language, thinking, attention and perception
Cognitive Principle
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
Cognitive Principle
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
67 terms
IB Psychology
3 principles of biological level of an…
Psychological and Physiological events
Principles of cognitive level of analy…
Principles of sociocultural level of a…
1. Emotions and behaviour are products of anatomy and physiol…
effects of neurotransmitters, hormones, and brain localization.
1. Mental processes can and should be studied scientifically.…
1. Social and cultural environment influences individual beha…
3 principles of biological level of an…
1. Emotions and behaviour are products of anatomy and physiol…
Psychological and Physiological events
effects of neurotransmitters, hormones, and brain localization.
15 terms
IB Psychology Command Terms
Define
Describe
Outline
State
Say what it means in psychology and use precise vocabulary to…
Write a narrative that outlines the details of something usin…
Give a brief summary of whatever is mentioned in the question.
Give a very brief answer but don't explain anything
Define
Say what it means in psychology and use precise vocabulary to…
Describe
Write a narrative that outlines the details of something usin…
59 terms
IB Psychology Biological LOA
Sperry quote
Biological Principle
Biological Principle
Biological Principle
Everything that is psychological is first physiological
Patterns of behaviour can be inherited
Cognitions, emotions and behaviours are products of the anato…
Animal research may inform our understanding of human behaviour
Sperry quote
Everything that is psychological is first physiological
Biological Principle
Patterns of behaviour can be inherited
16 terms
IB Psychology
Memory encoding
3 Main ways information can be encode…
A good way to remember something is:
Short-term memory(STM)
Informations changed or encoded its form to fit in with syste…
1. Visual(pictures).... 2. Acoustic(sound)... 3. Semantic(meaning)
To divide them into chunks
•Known as Active Memory(last up to 30 seconds)... •Seeing a phon…
Memory encoding
Informations changed or encoded its form to fit in with syste…
3 Main ways information can be encode…
1. Visual(pictures).... 2. Acoustic(sound)... 3. Semantic(meaning)
42 terms
IB Psychology
Demand Characteristics
Double-Blind Study
Random Allocation
Representative Sample
The participants find out the true purpose of the study and t…
Neither the researcher nor the subject know what treatment th…
used to assign participants to the groups/conditons; Helps co…
A random sample represents a larger target population
Demand Characteristics
The participants find out the true purpose of the study and t…
Double-Blind Study
Neither the researcher nor the subject know what treatment th…
39 terms
IB Psychology
Outline principles that define the bio…
Explain how principles that define the…
Discuss how and why particular researc…
Discuss ethical considerations related…
...
...
...
...
Outline principles that define the bio…
...
Explain how principles that define the…
...
28 terms
IB Psychology Biological Perspective
Kasamatsu and Hirai (1999)
Phineas P. Gage (1823 - 1860)
Paul Broca (1861)
James Olds
The aim of study was to see how sensory deprivation affects t…
An American railroad construction foreman now remembered for…
He found that people suffering from brain damage in the left…
Carried out research on rats to see what could happen if thei…
Kasamatsu and Hirai (1999)
The aim of study was to see how sensory deprivation affects t…
Phineas P. Gage (1823 - 1860)
An American railroad construction foreman now remembered for…
25 terms
IB: Psychology: CLOA Studies
Bartlett, 1932
Brewer and Treyens, 1981
Baddeley and Hitch, 1974
Quinn and McConnel, 1996
A: See how memory of a story is affected by previous knowledg…
A: To see whether a stereotypical schema of an office would a…
Proposed the working model of memory with subsystems for memo…
A: To see if memorisation of words is affected by concurrent…
Bartlett, 1932
A: See how memory of a story is affected by previous knowledg…
Brewer and Treyens, 1981
A: To see whether a stereotypical schema of an office would a…
56 terms
IB psychology
SAD
circadian rhythm
Concordance rate
Ashanti people
Seasonal Affective Disorder (higher melatonin during lower-su…
the sleep cycle
correlation in twin studies
African tribe-self fulfilling prophecy (named children after…
SAD
Seasonal Affective Disorder (higher melatonin during lower-su…
circadian rhythm
the sleep cycle
15 terms
IB Psychology Command Terms
Analyze
Apply
Compare
Compare and contrast
Break down in order to bring out the essential elements of st…
Use an idea equation principle theory or law in relation to a…
Give an account of the similarities between two for more item…
Give an account of similarities and differences between two (…
Analyze
Break down in order to bring out the essential elements of st…
Apply
Use an idea equation principle theory or law in relation to a…
420 terms
IB Psychology
Principles of the biological level of…
Which level of analysis focuses on the…
Behavior has a physiological basis
Research studies support that behavior…
Behavior has a physiological basis... Behavior is inherited... Beha…
BLA
Your behavior results from stuff inside you (genes, neurotran…
Phineas Gage... David Reimwe
Principles of the biological level of…
Behavior has a physiological basis... Behavior is inherited... Beha…
Which level of analysis focuses on the…
BLA
5 terms
IB Psychology
LeDoux
Corkin
Explicit Memory
Implicit Memory
The LeDoux study shows us that certain parts of the brain pla…
A case study in the cognitive perspective is the one performe…
One system of long term memory. Involves memory that can be c…
One system of long term memory. Involves memory that cannot b…
LeDoux
The LeDoux study shows us that certain parts of the brain pla…
Corkin
A case study in the cognitive perspective is the one performe…
26 terms
IB Psychology
Target Population
Procedure
Participants
Representative Sample
the group is being targeted
step by step process
people who take part
sample that represents the population
Target Population
the group is being targeted
Procedure
step by step process
47 terms
IB Psychology Abnormal Psychology
What is considered Normal and what is…
What is the DSM IV (American Psychiatr…
What is the ICD (World Health Organisa…
What is the medical model
To determine what is considered ab/normal you have to conside…
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: a hand…
International Classification of Disease: international "stand…
A biological perspective on mental illness. Assumption that d…
What is considered Normal and what is…
To determine what is considered ab/normal you have to conside…
What is the DSM IV (American Psychiatr…
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: a hand…
16 terms
IB Psychology
Introspection
Socrates
Aristotle
Willhelm Wundt
the process of learning about ourselves through self examinat…
Introspection
associationism
*founder of modern psychology... *Opened a lab in Germany in 187…
Introspection
the process of learning about ourselves through self examinat…
Socrates
Introspection
23 terms
IB Developmental Psychology
Attachment
Four patterns of infant attachment:
Socialisation
Four parenting styles
the enduring emotional ties children form with their primary…
Secure (seek comfort from attachment figure),... Avoidant (shut…
the process by which children learn the rules, beliefs, value…
Authoritarian parents (place high value on obedience and resp…
Attachment
the enduring emotional ties children form with their primary…
Four patterns of infant attachment:
Secure (seek comfort from attachment figure),... Avoidant (shut…
59 terms
IB DP Psychology BLOA
Sperry quote
Biological Principle
Biological Principle
Biological Principle
Everything that is psychological is first physiological
Patterns of behaviour can be inherited
Cognitions, emotions and behaviours are products of the anato…
Animal research may inform our understanding of human behaviour
Sperry quote
Everything that is psychological is first physiological
Biological Principle
Patterns of behaviour can be inherited
65 terms
IB psychology
Kasamatsu and Hirai
Martinez and Kesner
Phineas Gage
Broca
Correlation study on Buddhist monks on a mtn for 72 hrs. They…
Rat maze, affect of acetylcholine in memory. Rat 1= scopolami…
Case study, brain injury from rod through frontal lobe. He be…
People suffering from damage in left frontal lobe are unable…
Kasamatsu and Hirai
Correlation study on Buddhist monks on a mtn for 72 hrs. They…
Martinez and Kesner
Rat maze, affect of acetylcholine in memory. Rat 1= scopolami…
26 terms
IB Sports Psychology
Bandura
Hochstetler
Feltz et al
Filby et al
theory of self-efficacy - Theory of Motivation
female cyclists viewed two video, one of a woman having diffi…
field hockey - coaches should focus on building team efficacy
3 types of goals - outcome, performance, process, success = u…
Bandura
theory of self-efficacy - Theory of Motivation
Hochstetler
female cyclists viewed two video, one of a woman having diffi…
36 terms
IB Psychology
Outline principles BLOA... Explain princi…
Discuss research methods at BLOA
Discuss ethical considerations BLOA
Explain one study related to localizat…
1. emotions & behavior=product of anatomy & physiology of ner…
1. experiments on humans/animals-Rosenweig... 2. postmortem-Broc…
informed consent, Tan/Broca and Wernicke
Broca and Tan, Wernicke... aphasia
Outline principles BLOA... Explain princi…
1. emotions & behavior=product of anatomy & physiology of ner…
Discuss research methods at BLOA
1. experiments on humans/animals-Rosenweig... 2. postmortem-Broc…
49 terms
IB DP Psychology CLOA
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive Principle
Cognitive processes
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
Cognitive processes are influenced by social and cultural fac…
memory, language, thinking, attention and perception
Cognitive Principle
Human beings are information processors and manipulate stimul…
Cognitive Principle
The mind can be studied scientifically by developing theories…
23 terms
IB Psychology - CLOA SAQs
Cognitive Level of Analysis
(SAQ) Outline principles that define t…
(SAQ) Explain how biological factors a…
(Study) Newcomer et al. (1999)
The cognitive level of analysis is based on how mental proces…
-Command term: Outline - give a brief account or summary... -Int…
-Command term: Explain - detailed account including reasons o…
-Aim: Investigated interference of cortisol (stress hormone)…
Cognitive Level of Analysis
The cognitive level of analysis is based on how mental proces…
(SAQ) Outline principles that define t…
-Command term: Outline - give a brief account or summary... -Int…
10 terms
Psychology IB
What is Localisation of function? (LoF)
What is schema theory?
identify a study that supports LoF
Outline the study above - including th…
Localization of function refers to the idea that individual b…
Schema theory is a framework for how humans organise past exp…
LoF is supported by the study by maguire et al. A stuyd on Lo…
the aim of this study was to find london taxi drivers this a…
What is Localisation of function? (LoF)
Localization of function refers to the idea that individual b…
What is schema theory?
Schema theory is a framework for how humans organise past exp…
8 terms
IB Psychology
Define situational causes and disposit…
Analyze the social learning theory, ad…
Evaluate the five-factor model of pers…
Distinguish between individualism and…
*Disposition causes- When attributing the cause of people's b…
...
*Created by McCrae and Costa, 1999... *Claims much of what we ne…
Individualism... * the personal is emphasized more than the soci…
Define situational causes and disposit…
*Disposition causes- When attributing the cause of people's b…
Analyze the social learning theory, ad…
...
23 terms
IB Psychology
cognitive psychology
cognitive neuroscience
cognition
mental representations
concerns itself with the structures and functions of the mind
combines knowledge about the brain with knowledge about cogni…
based on one's mental representations of the world
images, words, and concepts
cognitive psychology
concerns itself with the structures and functions of the mind
cognitive neuroscience
combines knowledge about the brain with knowledge about cogni…
9 terms
IB Psychology
Structuralism
Functionalism
Gestalism
Psychodynamic
late 1800's
1800's
1880's-1930's
1900-1950
Structuralism
late 1800's
Functionalism
1800's
19 terms
Abnormal psychology Ib psychology
Rosenhahn 1973
Mitchel et al 2009
The national comorbidity study 1994
Fairburn and Beglin 1990
he challenged reliability and validity of diagnosis of disord…
Semi-structured interviews to assess depression ... 80% reliabil…
17.1% prevalence of lifetime major depression
1-2% prevalence of bulimia nervosa of young women in the USA…
Rosenhahn 1973
he challenged reliability and validity of diagnosis of disord…
Mitchel et al 2009
Semi-structured interviews to assess depression ... 80% reliabil…
36 terms
IB psychology
Amygdala
Anterograde Amnesia
Attention
Selective Attention
A structure in the limbic system that is linked to emotions a…
Loss of memory after a incident-therefore, a person can't sto…
A concept studied in cognitive psychology that refers to how…
The act of focusing on a particular object for a period of ti…
Amygdala
A structure in the limbic system that is linked to emotions a…
Anterograde Amnesia
Loss of memory after a incident-therefore, a person can't sto…
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