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    ok plz dont insult my lack of knowledge lol but ere it goes:

    behavourist approach

    only concerned with observable behaviour which can be scientificly tested
    skinner - operant conditioning - S - R bond
    reinforcement laws can be applied to animals (comparitive)
    reductionism - simple is the source of the complex
    watson - mind starts off as a blanc sheet, environment influences behaviour

    eval - has influenced education,
    ignores free will, emotion etc
    too mechanistic and views humans as environmental machines


    humanistic approach

    believers of free will
    rogers - humans are unique as have self actulisation (best that can be) and need for positive regard
    maslow - heiracy of needs -

    eval - offers treatment ( clients treat their own problems)
    not scientific

    cognitive approach

    -aims to study and map human behaviour
    wudnt - put psychology on scientific footing and developed introspection( got subject to record feelings under controlled conditions)
    mind like a computor - input, storing etc
    piaget - schemas and cognitive structures - assimilation, accomadation, equilibriun etc

    eval - an important influence on artificial intelligence
    gives insight into brain areas and functions
    mechanistic

    psychoanalytical

    freud - unconcious - iceburg model
    personality development - oral, anal phalic, latency, genital
    id, ego super ego
    erikson - concentrates on ego and sees development as an ongoing process unlike freud
    concerned with healthy development whereas freud concerned wiv unhealthy mind

    jung - unconcious is nearer the surface than freud suggests

    evaluation - insight into unconcious
    case studies - cant be generalised

    plz add extra stuff
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    (Original post by alio)
    ok plz dont insult my lack of knowledge lol but ere it goes:

    behavourist approach

    only concerned with observable behaviour which can be scientificly tested
    skinner - operant conditioning - S - R bond
    reinforcement laws can be applied to animals (comparitive)
    reductionism - simple is the source of the complex
    watson - mind starts off as a blanc sheet, environment influences behaviour

    eval - has influenced education,
    ignores free will, emotion etc
    too mechanistic and views humans as environmental machines


    humanistic approach

    believers of free will
    rogers - humans are unique as have self actulisation (best that can be) and need for positive regard
    maslow - heiracy of needs -

    eval - offers treatment ( clients treat their own problems)
    not scientific

    cognitive approach

    -aims to study and map human behaviour
    wudnt - put psychology on scientific footing and developed introspection( got subject to record feelings under controlled conditions)
    mind like a computor - input, storing etc
    piaget - schemas and cognitive structures - assimilation, accomadation, equilibriun etc

    eval - an important influence on artificial intelligence
    gives insight into brain areas and functions
    mechanistic

    psychoanalytical

    freud - unconcious - iceburg model
    personality development - oral, anal phalic, latency, genital
    id, ego super ego
    erikson - concentrates on ego and sees development as an ongoing process unlike freud
    concerned with healthy development whereas freud concerned wiv unhealthy mind

    jung - unconcious is nearer the surface than freud suggests

    evaluation - insight into unconcious
    case studies - cant be generalised

    plz add extra stuff

    this isn't going to get u good marks
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    (Original post by horrorboy)
    this isn't going to get u good marks
    does evry1 else think my notes are crap
 
 
 
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