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Can somebody list all the case studies for psychology AS level because mine are a bit muddled at the moment and I'm stressing.
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I’m not sure if we do the same things because of exam boards but mine are biological approach-Raine’s study (seeing if there’s any brain differences between murderers and non murderers), psychodynamic approach- Bowlby’s study (44 juvenile thieves:their characters and home life-basically maternal deprivation study), behaviourist approach-Watson and Rayner (conditioned emotional responses with the baby little Albert), cognitive approach-Loftus and Palmer (the one about eyewitness testimony) and positive approach-Myers and Diener (review of evidence about who is happy and what makes people happy). I really hope that helped and that it was the same exam board!
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Not sure if they are the same as mine- Clive Wearing - Patient HM- Little Hands- Freud- Genie- Little Albert- Mary Ainsworth- Robert ZajoncSorry if you were looking for others that aren't there.
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what are some a* evaluation points about clive wearings study? like limitations and positives?
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