"Dd307" Essays and Research Papers

  • DD307 TMA06

    HOW IMPORTANT IS THE CONCEPT OF SITUATED KNOWLEDGES TO THE CRITICAL EVALUATION OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY? ILLUSTRATE ESSAY WITH REFERENCE TO TWO TOPICS OF...

    Bystander effect, Diffusion of responsibility, Kitty Genovese 2528 Words | 6 Pages

  • Dd307 Tma5

    (2007). Chapter 6: Prejudice, conflict and conflict reduction. In W. Hollway, H. Lucey & A. Phoenix (Eds.), Social Psychology Matters (pp. 145-172). Milton...

    Crowd psychology, Group dynamics, Identity 2292 Words | 7 Pages

  • Outline the Main Features of Experimental Social Psychology and Consider the Influences That Led to Its Emergence. What Do You Think Are Its Strengths and Weaknesses?

    will therefore refer to this approach as experimental social psychology (ESP). My aim is to argue that despite some downfalls, ESP provides an indispensible...

    Experiment, Psychology, Qualitative research 1731 Words | 6 Pages

  • Psychology

    DD307 - TMA 01 Outline and assess the use of experiments in social psychology drawing on the cognitive social perspective and one of the...

    Cognition, Psychoanalysis, Psychology 1430 Words | 5 Pages

  • Compare and contrast the aims and methods of Trait Theory with thos of the personal construct theory

    collected is statistical. Trait theory employs the use of measurements in their approach to personality. Here I will be using the psychometric test as a...

    Neuroticism, Person, Personality psychology 1716 Words | 5 Pages

  • Experimental Social Psychology - Strengths and Weaknesses

    significant. Experimental research is primarily quantitative based and produces results which can be presented statistically. The ability to show objective...

    Experiment, Research, Science 1632 Words | 5 Pages

  • Comparing Mainstream and Critical Psychology

    Pheonix (eds) Social Psychology Matters, Milton Keynes, Open University Press. Zimbardo, P (1971) cited on DVD 1, DD307, The Open University...

    Educational psychology, Milgram experiment, Philip Zimbardo 1698 Words | 6 Pages

  • ‘the Methods Available to Social Psychology Have the Potential to Reflect the Richness and Complexity of People’s Lived Experience in Its Setting, but They May Also Limit, Constrain and Distort It’(Hollway, Lucey and

    Methods and Knowledge in social psychology. In W. Hollway, H. Lucey & A. Phoenix (Eds.), Social Psychology Matters (1st ed., pp. 36-60) Milton Keynes: The...

    Cognition, Discourse analysis, Knowledge 1572 Words | 5 Pages

  • How Do Different Theoretical Perspectives and Methodologies Create Different Forms of Knowledge About Close Relationships? Discuss with Reference to the Cognitive Social and Social Psychoanalytic Perspectives.

    will first be presented and then those approaches will be linked with the topic of close relationships, looking at their ways of applications and methods and...

    Interpersonal relationship, Psychoanalysis, Psychology 2548 Words | 9 Pages

  • How Might de-Individuation Theory Explain the Looting Behaviour That Sometimes Accompanies Crowd Riots? What Are the Strengths and Limitations of This Kind of Approach to Understanding Collective Behavior?

    (2012), Crowds in Hollway, W., Lewis, G., Lucey, H., and Phoenix, A., (eds), Social Psychology Matters, Milton Keynes, The Open University. Stott, C.,...

    Aggression, Anger, Crowd psychology 1676 Words | 5 Pages

  • Outline and assess the contribution of the social psychoanalytic perspective to the study of family relationships

    psychoanalytic research into siblings highlights how the inner psyche and social life are intertwined, and how the older sibling can become part of ‘critical...

    Family, Interpersonal relationship, Psychoanalysis 1953 Words | 6 Pages

  • Social Psychology

    forcing their power and control maybe the outcome of the peaceful protest would not have escalated into the riots and looting behaviour. Word count 1600...

    2024 Words | 11 Pages

  • Explain the place of anonymity in theories of crowd behaviour. Is it always associated with a ‘loss of self’

    from this module. I am guessing that social psychology focuses more on observing people than on processes within the brain, however, at residential school...

    Identity, Psychology, Riot 1681 Words | 5 Pages

  • Outline and Assess the Use of Experiments in Social Psychology Drawing on the Cognitive Social Perspective and One of the Other Three Perspectives in the Module (Discursive Psychological, Phenomenological or Social Psychoanalytic).

    353-8. Taylor, S. (2007) ‘Introduction’ in Landridge, D. and Taylor, S. (eds) Critical Readings in Social Psychology, The Open University, Walton Hall,...

    Experiment, Psychology, Quantitative research 1636 Words | 6 Pages

  • Outline and Assess the Use of Experiments in Social Psychology Drawing on the Cognitive Social Perspective and Phenomenological Perspective

    Outline and assess the use of experiments in social psychology drawing on the cognitive social perspective and phenomenological perspective....

    Emotion, Milgram experiment, Psychology 1672 Words | 6 Pages

  • Billigs Evaluation of Tajfel Theory of Intergroup Conflict.

    Theories. Stanford University Press, Stanford California. Hogg, M.A. & Vaughan, G.M. (2002). Social Psychology (3rd ed. ) London: Prentice Hall. Jung, C....

    Cognition, Cognitive psychology, Henri Tajfel 2201 Words | 7 Pages

  • Phenomenological Project

    Journal of counselling psychology, 27,5, pp.524-527, psycARTICLES. Retrieved from www.ehis.ebscohost.com.libeproxy.open.ac.uk Sclater.D.S (2012) close...

    Friendship, Interpersonal relationship, Laelius de Amicitia 5873 Words | 17 Pages

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