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    DSE212 Exploring Psychology DVD Programme 4: Interviewing and Thematic Analysis Section 5: Julia’s reflections on the interview with Assan What stood out for you in the interview? JULIA WILLERTON: The first thing that really stood out was Assan’s openness, his willingness to talk about the past...
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  • Erik Erikson
    DSE212 – TMA 1 Rose Taylor – U5918035 Essay. Erik Erickson developed his theory to explain human development and crisis. His work was greatly influenced by Sigmund Freud’s five stages of psychosexual development. His theory included a psychosocial approach to personality development and...
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  • The effect of retirement upon the mental and/or physical health of an individual
    : (Research outline for TMA05). Research focus: The issue of retirement generated a lot of interest in me especially after the interview with John. I had taken many aspects of retirement for granted. The interviews opened up an area I feel need researching. The involvement of social welfare...
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  • T214 Systems Thinking
    T214 TMA 06 PART 1 (10%) Briefly describe an organisational mess you are/have been associated with. (If this is the same mess as TMA05, briefly summarise the key points which have led you to selecting the metaphors you use in Part 2. Also please attach your TMA05 PART1 Mess Description as an...
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  • Exam 08
    *DSE2120810* DSE212/B Course Examination 2008 EXPLORING PSYCHOLOGY Monday, 6 October 2008 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm Time allowed: 3 hours There are THREE parts to this paper. You should attempt all parts Part 1 (short answers): 25% of total marks Part 2 (two essays): 50% of total marks Part 3...
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  • TMA 02 DSE212
    DSE212 TMA 02 Part 1 Theory of mind This essay will be looking at theory of mind in a psychological characteristic, and I will also be discussing the claim that theory of mind is an evolved adaptation. The evidence I will be using will be from the DSE212 material, I will show this by...
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  • Humans have evolved to be fundamentally distinct from other animals
    humans’ social influences. References Cooper,. T, and Kaye,. K, DSE212, Challenging Psychological Issues, 2007, The Open University, Milton Keyes Holloway et al, DSE212, Challenging Psychological Issues, 2007, The Open University, Milton Keyes ...
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  • How Neuron Function Helps Us Understand Behaviour
    have materialised through evolution. To gain a thorough understanding of human behaviour it is necessary to look at all of the influencing factors and not just neural systems alone. 968 words References Miell, D. Phoenix, A. Thomas, K. (2002/2007), DSE212 Mapping Psychology, Milton Keynes, The...
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  • Thematic Analysis
    DSE212 Exploring Psychology DVD Programme 4: Interviewing and Thematic Analysis Section 5: Helen’s reflections on the interview with Chloe HELEN LUCEY: What stood out for you in the interview? My impression of Chloe in the narrative was really of somebody who’d been on a personal journey...
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  • Explain How Neurons Transmit Information. ‘Our Knowledge of the Ways Neurons Function Helps Us to Understand Human Behaviour.’
    DSE212 TMA 02 Explain how neurons transmit information. ‘Our knowledge of the ways neurons function helps us to understand human behaviour.’ How do I catch a ball thrown to me? How am I typing this tma at this very moment? Each of these activities requires communication from my brain to my...
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  • The Stroop Effect
    information and reduce the ability to complete the task while the neutral words took less time to read. However, statistically these figures demonstrated the significant differences, suppose to sampling error the differences Suggested there are 1 to 1000 chances. Cohen (DSE212 Course Team, 2007...
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    both these theory's involve is embodiment. We can see how people with physical impairments are made more aware that embodiment effects their identities ( Phoenix, 2007,pg52) A good example of this would be from an interview in the DSE212 course material (audio, identity and disability). We are...
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  • 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...
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  • What do psychologists mean by ‘theory of mind’? Discuss the claim that theory of mind is an evolved adaptation?
    mind is an evolved adaptation. Theory of mind may have been present in our hominine ancestor, but to a lesser degree than seen in modern humans. Words: 998 Rreferences: Ann Phoenix (2007), DSE212 Mapping Psychology, Identities and Diversities, Milton Keynes, Blackwell, The Open University. ...
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  • DSE212Tma04
    DSE212 TMA 4 OPTION B: “Memory Research, comparing outsider & insider viewpoint’s, comparing the two methods, of research & the comparison’s as well as the contrast’s (differences). This Psychosocial research is easily summed up, although for the differing approach’s to how data is gathered...
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  • Tma01 T150
    a springboard towards studying a higher level course whether it be a course involving the legalities of data use or a computing course. (f) Inform the Examination and Assessment Board if you cannot submit the final TMA05 before the cut-off date. Complete a PT39 form and return it to Learner...
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  • 1. Describe the similarities and differences in the way identity is conceptualised by the psychosocial theory of identity and social identity theory.
    , social creativity and social competition to improve their social status in relation to other groups. Words: 937 References: Ann Phoenix (2007), DSE212 Mapping Psychology, Identities and Diversities, Milton Keynes, Blackwell, The Open University. ...
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  • Discuss the claim that theory of mind is an evolved adaptation
    DSE212: Exploring Psychology TMA02 Part 1: What do psychologists mean by “theory of mind”? Discuss the claim that theory of mind is an evolved adaptation? Essay The process of evolution involves a process where the characteristics and behaviours that survive the best after being subject to...
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  • 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...
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  • Explain What Is Meant by the Claim That “Selection Refers ... to the Survival of Genes Within the Individual” (Page 121). Discuss Whether This “Selfish Gene” Theory Could Explain the Evolution of Altruistic Behavior.
    ., Phoenix A., Thomas K., Thomas K., (eds.) Mapping Psychology, Book 1 Introduction and Chapters 1-5, Milton Keynes, The Open University Press. Prepared by the course team, (2007) Exploring Psychological Research Methods, Milton Keynes, The Open University Press. Introducing DSE212 and Book 1 (2007...
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