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S&G: A biological term which tells us whether an individual is male or female
S&G: A gender term associated with male traits and roles.
S&G: A part of a cell that contains genetic information.
S&G: A chemical produced by the body that affects cells and organs.
S&G: Sex chromosomes associated with females
S&G: Sex chromosomes associated with males
S&G: Male hormone?
S&G: Female hormone?
S&G: The biological approach ignores the idea that gender roles may be ______.
S&G: When boys unconsciously desire their mother but fear their father finding out.
S&G: When girls unconsciously desire their father but fear about losing their mother's love
S&G: Psychologists who conducted the study.
S&G: Name of the boy who was raised as a girl.
S&G: It was concluded that gender is more a product of ______ than nurture.
M: The process in which data is changed into another format.
M: Information is located and taken out of storage.
M: Problems associated with information no longer being stored.
M: Problems associated with retrieving information in storage.
M: This is the fading of information over time until it is forgotten.
M: This refers to how long information lasts in the memory.
M: Capacity of the short-term memory.
M: Capacity of the long-term memory.
M: The multi-store model is too _____.
M: The multi store model ___-________ the role of rehearsal.
M: Alternative theory of memory.
M: Only coding information based on physical characteristics.
M: Coding information for its meaning.
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M: Psychologist who conducted the study for memory.
M: How many participants were used in the study?
M: What design was used in the core study?
M: The results of the study showed a _____ _________ effect.
M: Laboratory experiments lack _______ _______.
M: One application that is meant to reflect the way the memory is organised.
A: An enduring bond formed with a significant other.
A: When an individual shows anxiety and distress in the presence of an unfamiliar person.
A: A relationship based on trust and security, the child wishes to interact with the caregiver.
A: A relationship in which the child is quite independent of the caregiver.
A: A relationship in which the child can be clingy and demanding, yet awkward with the caregiver.
A: Psychologist who created the core theory.
A: An attachment to one primary caregiver.
A: The first three years of a child life when an attachment has to take place.
A: When a child forms no attachment to a caregiver.
A: When a child has formed an attachment but this is then broken through separation.
A: Critics of Bowlby's theory say that children can develop _____ attachments.
A: Alternative theory of attachment?
A: Infants learn to attach through a process of ____________.
A: Psychologists who conducted the core study?
A: Amount of questionnaires analysed.
A: The first variable measured.
A: Adults with secure infant attachments had _____&______ relationships.
A: Average length of a relationship for a person that had an insecure ambivalent infant attachment
A: The sampling method may have given an ______________ sample.
O: Following orders or commands from people in authority.
O: A level of status or power.
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O: Resisting orders or commands from people in authority.
O: Blaming actions on a higher authority rather than accepting blame.
O: Core theory?
O: A way of life made up of a set of rules, standards and expectations.
O: Power to __________?
O: A lot of research into situational factors in obedience lacks _________ ______.
O: Alternative theory?
O: A personality type which is prone to obedience?
O: Psychologist who conducted the study in obedience?
O: Type of experiment carried out in the study?
O: Percentage of people who obeyed the guard?
O: Percentage of people who obeyed the civilian?
O: There was a lack of control over __________ ________.
O: Applications into obedience can be applied in _______?
AB: An extreme fear of being in public spaces away from the safety of home.
AB: An extreme fear of heights.
AB: Something that triggers a natural response.
AB: A response which has been learnt through association.
AB: Phobias can be learnt more ________.
AB: Alternative theory?
AB: Psychologists who conducted the core study?
AB: The subject of the experiment was called _____ _____?
AB: Their aim was to condition him to fear a ______ ___?
AB: The study was highly un______?
AB: One way to treat phobias F______.

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