STEP 3 – SELF/PEER TESTING
Self-Testing – A great way to prepare before you complete a practice paper
Quizlet is a lecturer/student creation tool to help with revision – Revise the content or use the test button to test yourself (stage 3 of the spaced revision activity). There is a menu on the right where you can alter the type of questioning style e.g multiple choice, matching, true or false etc. See below for a range of already created quizzes.
Research methods and techniques
- Types of Experiment
- Correlations overview
- Correlations Retro Game
- Correlation/decimal places
- Types of Observations
- All methods
Planning and conducting research
- Key terms in research methods
- Key terms in research methods -questions
- Types of Sampling
- Ethical considerations
- Basic terms in Ethics
- Reliability and validity
Data recording, analysis, and presentation
How science works
- Kahoot-it quiz -Component 2
- Approaches and perspectives in Psychology
- Exam questions for component 2
Responses to People in authority (yr 1)
- Milgram -Obedience
- Bocchiar0 -Kahoot-it
- Bocchiaro -Disobedience and whistle-blowing
- Evaluation of Bocchiaro
Responses to people in need (yr 2)
Memory (yr 1)
- Loftus -Eyewitness testimony
- Loftus Kahoot-it
- Grant -Context-dependent memory
- Grant evaluation
- Grant – Kahoot-it
External influences on children’s behaviour (yr 1)
- Bandura et al. (1961) Transmission of aggression
- Chaney et al. (2004) Funhaler study
Moral development (yr 2)
- Kohlberg (1968) Stages of moral development
- Kohlberg Kahoot-it
- Lee et al. (1997) Evaluations of lying and truth-telling
- Lee Kahoot-it
Regions of the brain (yr 1)
Brain plasticity (yr 2)
- Blakemore and Cooper (1970) Impact of early visual experience
- Maguire et al. (2000) Taxi drivers
- Maguire Kahoot -it
Understanding disorders (yr 1)
Measuring differences (yr 2)
- Gould (1982) A nation of morons Bias in IQ testing
- Hancock et al. (2011) Language of psychopaths
- Kahoot-it Quiz – Hancock
- How each study relates to the area
- Nature V Nurture
- Freewill V Determinism
- Reductionism V Holism
- Individual V Situational
- Psychology as a science
- Ethical implications and wider debates
- Debates – Kahoot -it
- Strengths and weaknesses of approaches
- Issues with each study
Issues in mental health
- Definitions of abnormality Quizlet
- Definitions of abnormality Multichoice quiz
- Rosenhan (1973) On being sane in insane places.
- Evaluation of Rosenhan; Quizlet
- Gottesman et al. (2010) Disorders in offspring with two psychiatrically ill parents
- The Medical Model; Key terms, explanations, application and evaluation Quizlet
- The Medical Model – Kahoot-it
- Szasz (2011) The myth of mental illness: 50 years later.
- Intelligence; Key terminology
- Van Leeuwen et al. (2008) A twin-family study of general IQ.
- Barkley-Levenson and Galván (2014) Neural representation of expected value in the adolescent brain.
- Visual Perception key terms
- Gibson and Walk (1960) The visual cliff.
- Wood et al. (1976) The role of tutoring in problem-solving
- Ainsworth and Bell (1970) Attachment, Exploration and Separation: Illustrated by the Behaviour of One-year-olds in a Strange Situation
- Johnson and Young (2002) Gendered voices in children’s advertising.
- Raine et al. (1997) Brain abnormalities in murderers indicated by positron emission tomography.
- Fingerprints uses in Forensic analysis
- Motivating and Cognitive bias in forensic analysis
- Hall and Player (2008) Will the introduction of an emotional context affect fingerprint analysis and decision-making?
- Collection of evidence
- Memon, A. and Higham, P. A. (1999) A review of the cognitive interview. Psychology, Crime and Law. 5, (1–2), 177–196.
- Dixon et al. (2002) The Role of Accent and Context in Perceptions of Guilt.
- Wilson and Kelling (1982) The police and neighbourhood safety: Broken windows.
- Haney et al. (1973) Study of prisoners and guards in a simulated prison.