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Bonjour Ee are in throws of new leadership debates so Just start posting

Woo? Does this mean you give us chocolates? you romantic you.
If you wish chocolates ma cherie you can have them... *give chocolates*
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If you wish chocolates ma cherie you can have them... *give chocolates*
Yummy
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Welcome :hello:
HELLO!!
so wot do we do in this society? just basically talk about how great Psychology is?
:wink: :laugh: :champ:

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Pretty much :P.
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Indeed, and if you have any questions that you need answering post them here and i expect someone will answer (or try to!)
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I had a very... well actually not so interesting thought the other day. I just had mumps, and it was really painful whenever my parents were cooking coz it affects ur saliva glands, and I thought to myself 'if Pavlov's dogs had mumps then ringing the bell would be absolute torture!' - does anybody else relate Psychology to everything in their heads? i can't stop doing it its driving me nuts!
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(Original post by raven4723)
I had a very... well actually not so interesting thought the other day. I just had mumps, and it was really painful whenever my parents were cooking coz it affects ur saliva glands, and I thought to myself 'if Pavlov's dogs had mumps then ringing the bell would be absolute torture!' - does anybody else relate Psychology to everything in their heads? i can't stop doing it its driving me nuts!
Thats what i like about psychology - relating everything to real life...although i don't relate everything all the time :rolleyes:
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Yo, anyone around?

can someone tell me if this makes sense/is correct...?

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Behaviourism – The theory that the study of the human mind should be based on people's actions and behaviour, and not on what they say that they think or feel. It looks only at situational effects on behaviour, and states that all behaviour is learnt through conditioning. There are three major ways in which people are conditioned (learn how to behave);
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Classical Conditioning – A method of learning using a stimulus to cause a specific response. For example, Pavlov’s dog experiment consisted of a stimulus (the bell when food was produced) and triggered a response (the dog drooled). After a while the dog learnt to droll when only the bell was rung.



Operant conditioning – Operant conditioning is the method of learning, which comes about from a random action. For example, the Skinner box involved a cat, which received food when it accidentally nudged a lever. Upon doing this, food was delivered to the cat. In time the cat learnt to push the lever to receive food, and response time was significantly improved.
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Yo, anyone around?

can someone tell me if this makes sense/is correct...?

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Looks right... I take it you've done social learning as well?
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Looks right... I take it you've done social learning as well?
just working on that lol, but thats pretty simple stuff
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(Original post by saiyamana)
just working on that lol, but thats pretty simple stuff
Yeah, behaviourism's pretty easy once you make the destinction between classical and operant
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Yo, anyone around?

can someone tell me if this makes sense/is correct...?

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Yeah that seems fine I assume that you are doing approaches?
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Yeah that seems fine I assume that you are doing approaches?

just notes on 5 areas of comparative psychology (monkeys! and other animals)

Learnin theory
NVC
Animal Altruism
Social organisation - not sure here, put down alpha male/female, got a note down saying 'genetic determinism, feminism?' which i dont understand
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(Original post by saiyamana)
just notes on 5 areas of comparative psychology (monkeys! and other animals)

Learnin theory
NVC
Animal Altruism
Social organisation - not sure here, put down alpha male/female, got a note down saying 'genetic determinism, feminism?' which i dont understand
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Meh, i didn't cover that so can't help you! Sorry!
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Meh, i didn't cover that so can't help you! Sorry!
Me neither...
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oh well..... im getting there slowly..


anyone know what Bowlby's theory is?

oh, and Harlowe's theory?

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http://attachment.edu.ar/outline.html

link for you, might help
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http://attachment.edu.ar/outline.html

link for you, might help

Wohooo :party: thanks!


very boring text though this may take a while....
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have fun!
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have fun!
:rofl: it could do with more colour..... is that university level psychology
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