Entails the basics on the approaches, SOCIAL, BIOLOGICAL, COGNITIVE and LEARNING.
• behaviour, cognitions and emotions can be influenced by other individuals
• behaviour, cognitions and emotions can be influenced by groups or social contexts
• behaviour, cognition and emotions can be explained in terms of the working of the brain and the effect of hormones
• similarities and differences between people can be understood in terms of biological factors and their interaction with other factors
• behaviour and emotions can be explained in terms of the role of cognitive processes such as attention, language, thinking and memory
• similarities and differences between people can be understood in terms of individual patterns of cognition
• conditioning helps to explain changes in behaviour
• social learning helps to explain changes in behaviour.
MILGRAM (1963) OBEDIENCE
PILIAVIN ET AL. SUBWAY SAMARITANS
YAMAMOTO ET AL. CHIMPANZEE HELPING
CANLI ET AL. (2000) BRAIN SCANS AND EMOTIONS
DEMENT & KLEITMAN SLEEP AND DREAM
SCHACHTER AND SINGER (1962) TWO FACTORS IN EMOTIONS
BARON-COHEN ET AL. EYES TEST (AS AND HFA)
LANEY ET AL. FALSE MEMORY
BANDURA ET AL. AGGRESSION
SAAVEDRA & SILVERMAN BUTTON PHOBIA
PEPPERBURG PARROT LEARNING
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