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Module 1: Social and cognitive psychology

Unit 1 – The Social Approach

Obedience View Revision Note
Milgram’s Study of Obedience (1963) View Revision Note
Evaluation of Milgram’s Study of Obedience View Revision Note
Milgram’s Study of Obedience (1963) View Revision Note
Variations of the Milgram Experiment View Revision Note
Meeus and Raaijmakers (1986) View Revision Note
Agency Theory View Revision Note
Hofling et al. (1966) View Revision Note
Social Identity Theory as an Explanation of Prejudice View Revision Note
Tajfel et al. (1970, 1971) View Revision Note
Sherif et al. (1954) View Revision Note
Reicher and Haslam (2006) View Revision Note
Asch (1951, 1952, 1956) View Revision Note

Unit 2 – The Cognitive Approach

Cognitive Psychology View Revision Note
The Computer Analogy View Revision Note
The Multi-Store Model of Memory View Revision Note
Levels of Processing Framework View Revision Note
Craik and Tulving (1975) View Revision Note
Working Memory Model View Revision Note
Reconstructive Memory View Revision Note
Cue-Dependent Theory of Forgetting View Revision Note
Godden and Baddeley (1975) View Revision Note
Displacement Theory of Forgetting View Revision Note

Module 2: Understanding the individual

Unit 3 – The Psychodynamic Approach

An Introduction to Freud View Revision Note
Freud’s Psychosexual Theory View Revision Note
Psychosexual Development View Revision Note
Freud’s Case Study of Little Hans (1909) View Revision Note
Axline’s Case Study of Dibs (1964) View Revision Note

Unit 4 – The Biological Approach

The Central Nervous System View Revision Note
Genetics and Inheritance View Revision Note
The Nature-Nurture Debate View Revision Note
Biology as an Explanation for Gender Development View Revision Note
Money (1975) View Revision Note
De Bellis et al. (2001) View Revision Note

Unit 5 – The Learning Approach

Classical Conditioning View Revision Note
Operant Conditioning View Revision Note
Treatments for Conditioning View Revision Note
Social Learning Theory View Revision Note
Learning as an Explanation for Gender Development View Revision Note
Bandura, Ross and Ross (1961) View Revision Note
Watson and Rayner (1920) View Revision Note

Credits: Psychology 101 

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