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Can someone please help me answer this question?Aaondi is a country that has had the same president for 20 years. The president orders thecitizens to grow specific vegetables in their gardens, reduce water consumption andminimise their disposal of non-recyclable waste. The president’s orders are clearly displayedon billboards and are reinforced on television and radio every day. Aaondians have to pay afine every time they do not follow the president’s orders.Evaluate how useful agency theory would be in explaining human behaviour such as that ofthe citizens of Aaondi. You must make reference to the context in your answer.
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you could talk about the definition of agency theory
whether or not the citizens are in an agentic state or autonomous state
affect of agentic / autonomous state on obedience based on Milgram's experiment
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you could talk about the definition of agency theory
whether or not the citizens are in an agentic state or autonomous state
affect of agentic / autonomous state on obedience based on Milgram's experiment
Hey there, are you studying degree psychology? Im in first year needed help x
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Hey there, are you studying degree psychology? Im in first year needed help x
nope I just finished the Scottish A level psychology known as SQA Higher Psychology this year
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nope I just finished the Scottish A level psychology known as SQA Higher Psychology this year
Awh alright, have you studied declarative and procedural memory?


Sorry to bother you x
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Awh alright, have you studied declarative and procedural memory?


Sorry to bother you x
I've studied memory. The terms that you mentioned don't seem to ring any bells

This is what I know:
- duration, encoding and capacity of both LTM and STM (long term memory and short term memory)
- the sensory register
- Conrad (1964) and Peterson and Peterson (1959) experiments
- factors that affect duration of STM
- Baddeley (1966)
- Atkinson and Shiffrin MSM (multi store model of memory)
- storage of memory through iconic and echoic
- Recency and Primacy effect
- Baddeley and Hitch's WMM (working memory model)
- theories of forgetting with Godden and Baddeley (1975), Goodwin (1969) studies

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I've studied memory. The terms that you mentioned don't seem to ring any bells

This is what I know:
- duration, encoding and capacity of both LTM and STM (long term memory and short term memory)
- the sensory register
- Conrad (1964) and Peterson and Peterson (1959) experiments
- factors that affect duration of STM
- Baddeley (1966)
- Atkinson and Shiffrin MSM (multi store model of memory)
- storage of memory through iconic and echoic
- Recency and Primacy effect
- Baddeley and Hitch's WMM (working memory model)
- theories of forgetting with Godden and Baddeley (1975), Goodwin (1969) studies

Do you know much about reductionism? I also have to try and evaluate Baddeley's study in terms of reductionism. All I have so far is that it breaks memory up into different components to help explain it overall.
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