Dse212 Tma05 Essays and Term Papers

  • tma05

    Child Psychiatrist and Human Development, 28(1), 33 – 43. DSE212 Course team. (2007). DVD Programme 4: Interviewing and Thematic Analysis - Section 4, Interview with Chloe (with line numbers). Milton Keynes: The Open University. DSE212 Course Team, 2007. The Qualitative Project: From Research Design...

      2794 Words | 8 Pages   Attachment theory, Thematic analysis, Interview, Developmental psychology

  • Tma05

    TMA05 Write a report on the disputed role of expert knowledge in understanding and managing risk Contents 1. Introduction – Page 3 2. What is risk? – Page 4 3. Risk Society – Page 5 4. Evidence...

      1488 Words | 6 Pages  

  • TMA05

    Donna Walsh PI: C6534394 TMA05 PART 1 ESSAY PLAN Introduction Aims - To compare and contrast two methods of researching juvenile delinquency by examining the psychological and sociological approaches taken by different social scientists. Explain what is meant by the term ‘juvenile delinquency’ and...

      2019 Words | 5 Pages   Deviance (sociology), Juvenile delinquency, Extraversion and introversion, Eysenck Personality Questionnaire

  • TMA05

    Tma05, Introduction to a de100 project on the likeness of a logo A fictitious educational experiment was created and conducted by a team on the DE100 module and therefore they had to maintain plan and undertake a project to pinpoint their potential findings; this therefore meant launching a logo...

      1434 Words | 3 Pages   Snacking

  • TMA05

    Select a text of no more than 250 words from a work of narrative fiction and compare it with the extract below, which is from a blog about caving. Identify and explain features in each text that offer evidence of creativity. Intro- Text 1- Style Variation According to Short, there are various different...

      1170 Words | 3 Pages   Deixis

  • Dse212

    Evolutionary psychology Tooby and Cosmides (1992) definition p.107 Attempts to include all disciplines of psychology under an umbrella which covers all – why a phenomenon exists and how that would be helpful to pass on as an adaptive function, i.e., evolution. Interest is in why some phenomena...

      1530 Words | 5 Pages   Parental investment, Sexual selection, Natural selection, Evolutionary psychology

  • Dse212

    Revision & Examination technique Advice on final revision • It might to bear in mind what the purpose of the examination is. Examinations test for three main characteristics: o An overall understanding of the syllabus o An ability to recall facts and ideas covered in the syllabus o An ability...

      2114 Words | 7 Pages  

  • Tma04 Dse212

    People, being naturally inquisitive, have often been referred to as scientists. Even as young children, people are constantly testing and evaluating the boundaries to decipher their own social environment and quickly recognise what is acceptable and what is not. This soon evolves into intuition and whether...

      1570 Words | 5 Pages   Covariation model, Attribution (psychology), Experiment, Experimental psychology

  • DSE212 Ethics

    DSE212 - Ethics 1.   The Ethics Committee does not grant ethical approval for the proposal, citing failure to adequately address the issues involved in consent (as required by the British Psychological Society) as a primary reason. Explain why this might have been the case. (150 words) The main purpose...

      561 Words | 1 Pages   Informed consent, Interview, Disclosure and Barring Service, Institutional review board

  • Contribution tma05

     TITLE Culture and context factors in the building of internal working model ABTRACT This study examines the influence of culture and context in the lifespan development of relationships. More specifically, the researcher explores the impact of internal working model in adulthood. A qualitative analysis...

      2471 Words | 8 Pages   Attachment theory, Attachment in children, Psychology, Developmental psychology

  • Dse212 Tma02

    TMA02 Option B The case of Phineas Gage is one of the most often cited in biological psychology. Explain what we can learn about the relationship between brain and behaviour from this and similar cases and describe techniques used by biological psychologists that can supplement our knowledge of...

      1811 Words | 7 Pages   Neurotransmitter, Serotonin, Chemical synapse, Neuron

  • Dse212 Tma2

    DSE212 Part 1 Essay OPTION B: The case study of Phineas Gage,referred as being within the subject of Biological Psychology. As we human beings are a “biological species”, we need to be able to understand our biological make-up, to further study the Physiological field, only once we can fully understand...

      1836 Words | 8 Pages   Phrenology, Frontal lobe, Behavioral neuroscience, Mind

  • dse212 tma02

    Describe the different types of evidence used in evolutionary psychology and explain why evolutionary psychology needs to use a multi-method approach. Evolutionary psychology is a richly diverse and relatively new perspective in psychology. Often encompassing many strands within and outside of psychology...

      1028 Words | 5 Pages   Psychology, Evolutionary psychology, Theory of mind, Evolution

  • DSE212 TMA02

    Explain using specific research examples how learning has been studied from the cognitive perspective and the sociocultural perspective. Learning, in its broadest sense, involves a process of change in behaviour, knowledge or any other type of understanding as a result of experience. While both the...

      1193 Words | 2 Pages   Cognition, Sociocultural perspective, Concept learning, Mind

  • Dse212 Tma03

    Social justice is a notion that shapes norms, values and practices of individuals and groups within societies, by highlighting social harms, injustices, inequalities and discrimination experienced by individuals and groups a mobilising force is created which challenges and contests pre-existing ideas...

      1593 Words | 5 Pages   Social justice, Discrimination, Crime, Justice

  • DSE212 TMA06

     Assess the extent to which drawing on more than one perspective has enriched our understanding of psychology. Psychology, as a science, uses a variety of different perspectives and many psychologists would agree that, within psychology, there is no one perspective which is correct as each one has...

      1689 Words | 6 Pages   Gender, Psychology, Mind, Identity (social science)

  • dse212 exam

    *DSE2121409I3* DSE2121409I3 DSE212/E Module Examination 2014 EXPLORING PSYCHOLOGY Thursday, 18 September 2014 10 am – 1 pm Time allowed: 3 hours This examination is in THREE parts. You should attempt all parts: Part 1 (short answers): 25% of total marks Part 2 (two essays): 50% of total...

      507 Words | 2 Pages   Psychology

  • TMA05 draft 0

    How have different research methods contributed to understanding how infants organise the world into classes, categories and concepts? Psychologists regularly conduct research and construct scientific hypothesis while pushing the boundaries of psychology in a concerted effort to understand human nature...

      2430 Words | 6 Pages   Developmental psychology, Attention, Cognition, Memory

  • TMA05 draft 0

    How have different research methods contributed to understanding how infants organise the world into classes, categories and concepts? Psychologists regularly conduct research and construct scientific hypothesis while pushing the boundaries of psychology in a concerted effort to understand human nature...

      2430 Words | 6 Pages   Developmental psychology, Attention, Cognition, Memory

  • TMA05 Draft 0

    How have different research methods contributed to understanding how infants organise the world into classes, categories and concepts? Psychologists regularly conduct research and construct scientific hypothesis while pushing the boundaries of psychology in a concerted effort to understand human nature...

      2430 Words | 6 Pages   Developmental psychology, Attention, Cognition, Memory

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