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    Is Psychology a Science?

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    Discuss research into stress-related illness and the immune system

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    • Submitted: 07/03/2010
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Jo Wilcox 06/04/2012
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    Behavioural Study of Obedience - Stanley Milgram

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    • Marked by teacher: (?) Linda Penn 08/10/2013
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    Critically evaluate whether Milgrams research on obedience was ethical

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    • Submitted: 07/01/2011
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    I think that Social Psychology can only explain some of why football hooliganism happens

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    • Submitted: 28/11/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Stephanie Duckworth 03/05/2013
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    Outline findings and conclusions of research into cross-cultural variations in attachment. (6 marks)

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    • Submitted: 07/11/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Stephanie Duckworth 20/05/2013
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    Outline and evaluate different types of attachment

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    • Submitted: 30/10/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Stephanie Porras 08/04/2013
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    Outline and Evaluate 2 Cognitive Developmental Explanations of Gender Development

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    Piaget's and Freud's Child development theories

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A Psychology student studies the brain, the mind and behaviour and will gain some fascinating insights into why humans act as they do. At its root Psychology is a scientific subject and there will be the chance to design and run experiments to test theories you'll be covering. The range of topics you'll study will typically cover memory, development, abnormal behaviour, biological psychology and social psychology as well as some more specialised areas.

Psychology requires a keen analytical mind which can observe patterns and aberrations and of the utmost importance is the ability to express ideas and arguments well. Marked by Teachers allows you to benefit from essay examples which show you what examiners are looking for in this regard.

Psychology is a truly fascinating subject which allows you to become aware of the reasons for both conventional and unconventional human behaviour. You maywish to take the subject further but if you don't it is a good basis for degree level courses in Economics, Anthropology and Human Resources Management.


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  • Compare and contrast biological and psychological explanations of anxiety disorders

    "The behavioral view is that individuals are active in determining their behaviour. There is evidence to support the behavioral views. Behaviorists argue that phobias are learnt by classical conditioning and reinforced by operant conditioning. In concerning depression, according to, Lewinsohn (1974), a depressed person becomes trapped in a cycle of withdrawal which leads to a lack of positive reinforcement, perpetuating depression. Socially unskilled people may be more prone to depression. The problem with the behavioral account as we have seen is it has difficulties accounting for why people all over the world are similar."

  • To What Extent can psychological research provide useful forms of stress management techniques?

    "In conclusion, psychological research highlights the variety of stress management techniques and programmes as well as their respective strengths and weaknesses. However, the most appropriate method of stress management appears to depend on individual differences so a clear determination of the most useful method can not be reached."

  • Discuss the genetic and biochemical explanations of schizophrenia

    "In conclusion, dopamine is probably of importance in understanding schizophrenia. However, it looks increasingly as if there are various complex differences in dopamine functioning between those with schizophrenia and healthy individuals. There is also the causality issue. If we find an association between having schizophrenia and having high levels of dopamine, the excessive dopamine levels might have played a part in causing the schizophrenia. However, it is also possible that elevated dopamine levels are in part a consequence of having schizophrenia."

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