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Does anyone know all the experiments/studies we have to know for memory and attatchment??
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Yep! I us use simple psychology for studies because it has concise information

Memory

Atkinson and Shiffrin
Baddeley and Hitch
Loftus and Palmer
Dodson and Kruger
Clifford and Scott
Yuille and Cutshall
Bower et al
Craik and Tulving

Attachment

John Bowlby
Konrad Lorenz
Harry Harlow
Dollard and Miller
Schaffer and Emerson
Ainsworth et al
Vanizjendoorn and Kroonenberg
Grossman et al
Robertson and Robertson
Curtiss
Hodges and Tizard
Shea
Belsky


They are a lil mixed up and these are just the main studies you have to know. Make sure you know the aim, procedure and evaluation! :-) hope I helped
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(Original post by lydiiia)
Does anyone know all the experiments/studies we have to know for memory and attatchment??
There aren't many specific studies that you will need to know, but the previous poster has done a good job listing quite a few. You should check some of the past papers to get a better understanding, too.

(Original post by Cherrychocolate)
Make sure you know the aim, procedure and evaluation! :-)
The aims are not really that necessary at A Level; if you've seen a study which has a lengthy aim, there isn't much point trying to memorize it as it should be obvious with the procedure, etc. Procedures and evaluations are definitely the parts that will be most likely to get the marks!
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