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  • Psychology Factsheet: 08. - Interpersonal attraction & formation of relationships

    Psychology Factsheet: 08. - Interpersonal attraction & formation of relationships

      This Factsheet summarises: • the definition of attraction; • explanations and research studies about interpersonal attraction; • theories and research studies relating t...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 09. - Biology and Theories of Emotion

    Psychology Factsheet: 09. - Biology and Theories of Emotion

      This Factsheet summarises: • definition of emotion; • the brain systems (structures involved) in emotion; • theories of emotion. Introduction • Humans experience a ran...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 10. - Learning language: stages and explanations of language acquisition

    Psychology Factsheet: 10. - Learning language: stages and explanations of language acquisition

      This Factsheet summarises: • the process of learning languages (stages of language development); • explanations of language acquisition, including nativist, learning and ...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 11. - Theories of Forgetting

    Psychology Factsheet: 11. - Theories of Forgetting

      This Factsheet summarises explanations of forgetting in short-term memory (STM) and long-term memory (LTM) and research into the role of emotion on memory. What is forgetting? Have...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 12. - Eyewitness Testimony

    Psychology Factsheet: 12. - Eyewitness Testimony

      This Factsheet summarises memory research into eyewitness testimony. It covers the topics of reconstructive memory (by Bartlett) and research into the effect of language on eyewitness tes...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 13. - Social development in adolescence

    Psychology Factsheet: 13. - Social development in adolescence

      This Factsheet summarises: (a) research into social development in adolescence (sociological and psychoanalytic approaches); (b) research into adolescent relationships with peers and pa...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 14. - Spearmanís Rank Correlation Coefficient

    Psychology Factsheet: 14. - Spearman's Rank Correlation Coefficient

      Spearman's Rank is one method of measuring the correlation between two variables. Correlation may be: • positive (large values of one variable associated with large values of the other v...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 15. - Bodily response to stress

    Psychology Factsheet: 15. - Bodily response to stress

      Stress can be defined as a the gap between the perceived demands upon a person and their perceived coping strategy. When a gap occurs, the stress response is activated. Selye (1976) ...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 16. - Conformity

    Psychology Factsheet: 16. - Conformity

      This factsheet; • summarises the main features of conformity; • assesses the relative merits of important studies into conformity; and •· shares some hints and ex...

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  • Psychology Factsheet: 17. - Operant Conditioning

    Psychology Factsheet: 17. - Operant Conditioning

      What is operant conditioning? • Operant conditioning explains how animals learn certain behaviours. • Operant conditioning focuses on the behaviour an animal makes and th...

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