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This is the thread for the test yourself part to psychology revision. One person asks a past paper question and then whoever answers has to choose the next question for someone else to answer.

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I am asking a possible question for Reicher and Haslam.

In the research of Reicher and Haslam 3 interventions were used as the independent variable.

Describe 2 of these interventions.
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I am asking a possible question for Reicher and Haslam.

In the research of Reicher and Haslam 3 interventions were used as the independent variable.

Describe 2 of these interventions.
I hate R&H here guess..
There was the permeability of the roles - all participants were told that the guarded were selected on the basis of their reliability, trustworthiness and initiative measured by the preselection tests. However the tests weren't perfect and these qualities night have been missed in the prisoners. The guards would look out for prisoners who showed guard-like qualities and promotion was possible on day 3 so everyone believed movement between groups was possible.
Another IV was the legitimacy of the roles - on day 6 , everyone was told that there was really no difference between prisoners and guards hut it was impractical to change the group back SK the groups would stay the same. This means that the allocation if roles previously based on certain qualities was not perceived to be ran dome and not legitimate.

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There was the permeability of the roles - all participants were told that the guarded were selected on the basis of their reliability, trustworthiness and initiative measured by the preselection tests. However the tests weren't perfect and these qualities night have been missed in the prisoners. The guards would look out for prisoners who showed guard-like qualities and promotion was possible on day 3 so everyone believed movement between groups was possible.
Another IV was the legitimacy of the roles - on day 6 , everyone was told that there was really no difference between prisoners and guards hut it was impractical to change the group back SK the groups would stay the same. This means that the allocation if roles previously based on certain qualities was not perceived to be ran dome and not legitimate.

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Good answers and another question. In the study of Thigpen and Cleckley after few sessions Eve Black appeared.

Explain using the projective jests how each of the 2 personalities were different.
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Good answers and another question. In the study of Thigpen and Cleckley after few sessions Eve Black appeared.

Explain using the projective jests how each of the 2 personalities were different.
One projective test that was used was the IQ intelligence test. Eve White scored 110 whereas Eve Black scored 107.
Another projective test that was used was the Rorschach Ink blot test. Eve White was shown to be repressive whereas Eve Black was shown to be regressive.
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One projective test that was used was the IQ intelligence test. Eve White scored 110 whereas Eve Black scored 107.
Another projective test that was used was the Rorschach Ink blot test. Eve White was shown to be repressive whereas Eve Black was shown to be regressive.
Caught you out here the projective test was just the ink blot test. The IQ was the psychometric tests.

And yes the answer would be the Rorschach ink blot test showed that Eve White was repressing her emotions particularly that of being a mother and the her traumatic experiences as a child. Whereas Eve Black wanted to regress back to an earlier stage of her life probably before she was married.
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Caught you out here the projective test was just the ink blot test. The IQ was the psychometric tests.

And yes the answer would be the Rorschach ink blot test showed that Eve White was repressing her emotions particularly that of being a mother and the her traumatic experiences as a child. Whereas Eve Black wanted to regress back to an earlier stage of her life probably before she was married.
Heres a question for you:
In the study of Griffiths, each participant was given £3 to gamble on a fruit machine.
Describe the gambling task each participant was then set?
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Heres a question for you:
In the study of Griffiths, each participant was given £3 to gamble on a fruit machine.
Describe the gambling task each participant was then set?
Difficult question Is this 2 marks or 4 well I don't think this could be 4 so here goes.

The participants were given £3 this would allow them to have 30 free goes on the fruit machine. They were told they could keep any winnings and were told to try and stay on for at least 60 gambles afterwards they could choose to go or they could keep the money and leave.
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Difficult question Is this 2 marks or 4 well I don't think this could be 4 so here goes.

The participants were given £3 this would allow them to have 30 free goes on the fruit machine. They were told they could keep any winnings and were told to try and stay on for at least 60 gambles afterwards they could choose to go or they could keep the money and leave.
Sound good to me..
Here's one:
Describe 2 of the control groups in Baron-Cohen's study. 4 marks

P.s when you ask questions can you please state how many marks its worth so everyone has a rough idea of how much detail in needed. Thanks!

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Difficult question Is this 2 marks or 4 well I don't think this could be 4 so here goes.

The participants were given £3 this would allow them to have 30 free goes on the fruit machine. They were told they could keep any winnings and were told to try and stay on for at least 60 gambles afterwards they could choose to go or they could keep the money and leave.
Yeah its two marks. Good answer.
Heres another:
From the 'Subway Samaritan' study by Piliavin, Rodin and Piliavin:
a) describe one quantitative measure recorded by the observers?(2)
b) outline the findings of one quantitative measure recorded? (2)
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Sound good to me..
Here's one:
Describe 2 of the control groups in Baron-Cohen's study. 4 marks

P.s when you ask questions can you please state how many marks its worth so everyone has a rough idea of how much detail in needed. Thanks!

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I just want to point out that the Tourette's group would not be referred to as the control group but the normal group.

But anyway. One of the control groups was the Tourettes group. This consisted of 10 participants who were of normal intelligence. There were 8 males and 2 females who were aged matched with the autistic group. The other control group was the Normal group which consisted of 25 males and 25 females who were assumed to have normal intelligence and were also matched with the autistic group
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Yeah its two marks. Good answer.
Heres another:
From the 'Subway Samaritan' study by Piliavin, Rodin and Piliavin:
a) describe one quantitative measure recorded by the observers?(2)
b) outline the findings of one quantitative measure recorded? (2)
a. one of the quantitative measures recorded by the observers was the number of people who gave assistance to the victim.

b. One of the findings was that if the victim was in the cane condition then they would be helped 95% of the time whereas if they were drunk this reduced to 50%
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a. one of the quantitative measures recorded by the observers was the number of people who gave assistance to the victim.

b. One of the findings was that if the victim was in the cane condition then they would be helped 95% of the time whereas if they were drunk this reduced to 50%
Great.
Outline two ethical problems in Thigpen and Cleckley's study on multiple personality disorder. (4)
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I just want to point out that the Tourette's group would not be referred to as the control group but the normal group.

But anyway. One of the control groups was the Tourettes group. This consisted of 10 participants who were of normal intelligence. There were 8 males and 2 females who were aged matched with the autistic group. The other control group was the Normal group which consisted of 25 males and 25 females who were assumed to have normal intelligence and were also matched with the autistic group
Really? This was a past paper question.. June 2011 I think it was. But good answer

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One projective test that was used was the IQ intelligence test. Eve White scored 110 whereas Eve Black scored 107.
Another projective test that was used was the Rorschach Ink blot test. Eve White was shown to be repressive whereas Eve Black was shown to be regressive.
Eve Black - 104 (:
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Caught you out here the projective test was just the ink blot test. The IQ was the psychometric tests.

And yes the answer would be the Rorschach ink blot test showed that Eve White was repressing her emotions particularly that of being a mother and the her traumatic experiences as a child. Whereas Eve Black wanted to regress back to an earlier stage of her life probably before she was married.
What would be the other projective test?
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Great.
Outline two ethical problems in Thigpen and Cleckley's study on multiple personality disorder. (4)
One ethical issue was psychological harm. This was created because it was believed that the researchers became too involved with the treatment of Eve White. Consequently it is believed that they were a cause of Jane's appearance and it seemed her condition worsened as she saw even more frequent blackouts. Another problem is privacy, Eve White was put under hypnosis which reveals information form the unconscious the information she has kept repressed and hidden because they were so traumatic and personal that she may not have wanted them being revealed.
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What would be the other projective test?
Drawings of human figures but they showed the same thing you would only need to mention 1 sorry it was meant to be 2 marks haha.
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One ethical issue was psychological harm. This was created because it was believed that the researchers became too involved with the treatment of Eve White. Consequently it is believed that they were a cause of Jane's appearance and it seemed her condition worsened as she saw even more frequent blackouts. Another problem is privacy, Eve White was put under hypnosis which reveals information form the unconscious the information she has kept repressed and hidden because they were so traumatic and personal that she may not have wanted them being revealed.
Thats good.
Outline two findings from Sperry's study on hemisphere deconnection. (4)
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Thats good.
Outline two findings from Sperry's study on hemisphere deconnection. (4)
Patients who had their corpus callosum disconnected were able to describe what they saw in their right field of vision in writing and speech as thus information was processed by the left hemisphere where language acquisition and speech takes place. But they could only draw or point to similar objects using their left hand if the image was shown in their left field of vision as this information is processed by the right hemisphere which is mute and cannot describe using words.

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