Psychology in Context Keywords Term one.

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Androgogy.
method and practice of teaching adult learners.
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Banality of evil.
People conform passively and unthinkingly to both the instructions and the roles that authorities provide.
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Cyber-psychology.
Explore and understand impact of being online on psychology and behavior.
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Cyberchondria.
compulsive searching for internal sources
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Cyber-crime.
often used to refer to crimes involved with computers can be broader
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Cyber-dependent crimes.
crimes that only exist within a system such as the internet
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Cyber-enabled crimes.
crimes in which internet is a minor aspect
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Clinical approach.
uses personality theory to make predictions about the offender’s characteristics
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Constructivist approach.
how children construct their knowledge and understanding in schemes based on experience
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Cloze tests.
a procedure in which a subject is asked to supply words that have been removed from a passage as a test of their ability to comprehend text.
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Dis-organised crimes.
criminals leave such evidence as fingerprints and blood
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Duration.
more time to view a crime means high chance of correction
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Dyslexia.
a specific impairment in reading ability that is substantially below the expected reading ability given the persons chronological age, measured intelligence and age appropriate education
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Developmental dyslexia.
not as a result of acquired brain tumour, disease or impaired visual or auditory sensory activity
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DSM-V.
Diagnostic Manual for Psychological Disorders
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Diathesis-stress model.
predisposition vulnerability together with stress from life experiences
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Education psychology.
professional practise focusing on helping children with difficulties in school
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FoMo.
Fear of missing out.
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Forensic psychology.
a branch of applied psychology within the criminal and civil justice system
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Frequency.
if criminal has done a dummy run they are more likely to be correctly identified
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Heutogogy.
self-determined learning
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Meta-cognition.
monitoring the effectiveness of strategies and self regulation
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Organised crimes.
are premeditated and carefully planned, so little evidence is found at the scene
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Phubbing.
are premeditated and carefully planned, so little evidence is found at the scene
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Profiling.
the basic premise is that behaviour reflects personality
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Pedagogy.
method and practise of teaching
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Psychology of education.
research examining processes of learning. teaching and learning environments
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Phonology.
the system of contrastive relationships among the speech sounds that constitute the fundamental components of a language
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Social psychology.
disciplined reasoning about various aspects of human affairs
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Social identity.
the sense of self that is derived from memberships in a social group
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Self-categorization.
the groups we ascribe to ourselves
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Selfitis.
obsession with selifes
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Segment A.
already protected
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Segment B.
Digitally vulnerable
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Segment C1.
Trusting.
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Segment C2.
unconcerned and somewhat protected
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Segment C3.
relatively savvy
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Segment D1.
unsuspecting and unprotected
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Segment D2.
unconcerned and unprotected
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Segment E.
unaware.
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Statistical approach.
makes predictions about offender’s characteristics by looking at their behaviours
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Stress.
medium is optimum
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Special education needs.
children have special education needs if they have a learning difficulty which calls for special education provision to be made for them
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Sport and exercise psychology.
scientific study of people and their behaviour in context of sport and exercise
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