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What is the 'Habituation Paradigm'?

It is a method used for investigating the ability of infants to discriminate between stimuli by measuring preferential looking times. Repeated exposure to a stimulus in the habituation phase is followed b...

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Describe and Evaluate Stages of attachment identified by Shaffer and Emerson (16)

Shaffer and Emerson aimed to investigate the formation of early attachments, they used 60 babies from Glasgow working class families. They visited their homes every month for a year, then again at 18month...

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Identify and describe two features of short term memory. (4 marks)

One feature of short term memory is coding, this is the format in which information is stored in the memory stores. Another feature of short term memory is capacity, this is the amount of information that...

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Give one difference between the autonomic nervous system and the somatic nervous system

Autonomic nervous system has two sub-components (sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system), but the somatic nervous system has only one.

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Discuss the Strange Situation as a way of assessing type of attachment.

Ainsworth devised a controlled observation called the Strange Situation to assess types of attachment in 9–18 month old infants. This involved placing a child and their mother in a novel environment of mi...

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