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Phobias are good examples of atypical behaviour, related to ____Fear
87.5%
______ ________ are good examples of atypical behaviourMental Disorders
62.5%
Symptons of phobias include: (s)Sweating
62.5%
Core Theory: a natural, instinctive responseUnconditioned Response
50%
Core Theory: the trigger for a natural, instinctive responseUnconditioned Stimulus
50%
Core Theory: a response as a result of classical conditioningConditioned Response
50%
Core Study: name of subject (baby)Little Albert
50%
Core Study: animal given to the baby when the steel bar was struckRat
50%
Core Study: amount of times this was repeated over 2 weeks7 Times
50%
Core Study Limitation: 'The phobia was conditioned under artificial conditions, therefore the findings may lack _______ ______.'Ecological Validity
50%
Core Study Limitation: 'Only one child was conditioned with a phobia in this study. This is too small a sample from which to ________.'Generalise
50%
Core Study Limitation: 'There are a number of reasons why this study is highly ________.'Unethical
50%
Core Theory: the trigger for a learnt response as a result of classical conditioningConditioned Stimulus
43.8%
Bees: the bee sting is an _________ ______Unconditioned Stimulus
43.8%
Bees: the bee sting leads to an _________ ______Unconditioned Response
43.8%
Bees: after classical conditioning, the presence of the bee triggers a ________ _______Conditioned Response
43.8%
Core Theory Criticism: 'By only focusing on behaviour, behaviourists ignore the mind and the ______ behind the behaviour.'Thinking
43.8%
Core Study: the only stimulus that triggered a fear response was a ____ striking a steel barHammer
43.8%
Core Study: other objects that subsequently triggered fear in the babyRabbit, Dog, Sealskin Coat, Cotton, Santa Mask, Hair
43.8%
Symptons of phobias include: (hp)Heart Pounding
37.5%
Core Theory: name of theoryBehaviourist Theory
37.5%
Pavlov's Dogs: the food was an _________ _______Unconditioned Stimulus
37.5%
Pavlov's Dogs: the salivating was an ________ ______Unconditioned Response
37.5%
Pavlov's Dogs: after classical conditioning, the bell was a ______ _______Conditioned Stimulus
37.5%
Pavlov's Dogs: after classical conditioning, the salivating was a _________ ______Conditioned Response
37.5%
Bees: after classical conditioning, the presence of a bee is a ________ ______Conditioned Stimulus
37.5%
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Core Theory Criticism: 'Behaviourists cannot explain the fact tha some people have phobias of objects and situations that they have no _____ ________ of.'Direct Experience
37.5%
Alternative Theory: name of theoryEvolutionary Theory
37.5%
Alternative Theory: fear is instinctive because of our need to ______Survive
37.5%
Alternative Theory: we are more likely to develop phobias of animals that are genetically ________ from usDifferent
37.5%
Core Study: year of study1920
37.5%
Core Study: age at which the baby was tested9 Months
37.5%
Core Study: age at which the baby was brought back again11 Months
37.5%
Core Study: point at which the baby's mother withdrew him from the experiment1 Month
37.5%
Symptons of phobias include: (loc)Loss Of Control
31.3%
Core Theory: the trigger for a response as a result of classical conditioningNeutral Stimulus
31.3%
Bees: the presence of the bee is a _______ _______Neutral Stimulus
31.3%
Core Theory Criticism: 'Behaviourists assume that you need direct experience with the feared object or situation; however, others argue that phobias can be learnt _______.'Indirectly
31.3%
Core Study: psychologists carrying out the studyWatson and Rayner
31.3%
Core Study: live animals and random objects were examples of ______ ______Neutral Stimuli
31.3%
Symptons of phobias include: (fs)Feeling Sick
25%
Symptons of phobias include: (d)Dizziness
25%
Core Theory: an alternative name for classical conditioningLearning By Association
25%
Pavlov's Dogs: during classical conditioning, the bell was a _______ _______Neutral Stimulus
25%
Another name for operant conditioningLearning By Consequences
25%
Alternative Theory: most common phobias are related to things or situations that our ancestors were under threat from, so phobias of modern things are ____ commonLess
25%
Symptons of phobias include: (dc)Difficulty Concentrating
18.8%
Symptons of phobias include: (a)Avoiding
18.8%
Conclusion: classical conditioning can be used to explain the ____ of a phobiaOnset
12.5%
Conclusion: operant conditioning can explain why a phobia _____Continues
12.5%
Core Study: amount of time later that the experiment was carried out again10 Days
12.5%

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