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Chaney et al (2004) pptx [OCR A1/A level study]

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Green-toned slides are derived from summary on OCR web site. White background slides based on full text - making 44 slides all told. Could be shown as 'first go' (mostly green) and a later 'in depth' version (mostly white).  Putting in all the data was probably OTT, but could not bear leave it out once I'd done it.  It also has images of the Funhaler and an link to the promotional video of the thing in action on YouTube.

Watson and Rayner study summary

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These study summaries were created by myself and another teacher (thanks Karen for the original proforma!) to give to A2 students studying OCR. As we are using two textbooks and not necessarily the study listed in the textbook we decided to do these so that students could keep a summary in their folders and did not get confused when different studies were mentioned in the book.

Behaviourism explained

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Explains what behaviourism is, the strengths and weaknesses of it, along with its impact on learning and relevant theories.

PSYB1 Behaviourism Ppt

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Everything for the behaviourist approach - including law of effect, operant and classical conditioning, Watson and Rayner and evaluation points. NOTE: Lots of animation, open ppt fully to see!

WJEC PY1: Psychodynamic Methodology Question

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This is the handout which goes with the presentation on how to answer the methodology question for the psychodynamic approach. There is some revision of behaviourist methodology in this lesson. This is page 2 - please also download page 1.

G544 Section B. behaviourist perspective

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this power point should be used in conjunction with the handout which is also uploaded on here. this has been taken from the brilliant Molly Marshall workbooks - I've made it accessible in a different way.

Worksheet for Behaviourism with Example answers

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I made this worksheet to recap knowledge and gave students some example answers as they struggled with these before. They then had to answer the questions themselves.

Behaviourism / Behaviourist Perspective Classical and Operant Conditioning PPT

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Behaviourism / Behaviourist Perspective Classical and Operant Conditioning PPT - lots of video clips and some exam practice questions. Took 3 hours to get through.

AS revision card back for Behaviourism PSYB1

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This is the comparison of persepctives table for the behaviourism revision card. This is  the back of the revison cards I made for my AS class on perspectives- I printed them out double sided and laminated them.  

PowerPoint Starter for Behaviourism and Bandura

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Powerpoint which introduces the basic concepts.  You Tube Clips embedded.  The DVD referred to at the end is the Onlineclassroom DVD Classic Studies in Psychology, available from Uniview.

OCR GCSE Attachment alternative theory - behaviourism

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Powerpoint to explain behaviourist theory of attachment

Behaviourism PP

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To the point pp outlining behaviourism perspective

Behaviourism end of topic test WJEC PY1

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End of topic test for behaviourism. Made for WJEC, but could be used for others as well

Little Albert video clip

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Not sure if this is on here, but this is a video clip of little albert study. It is in FLV format suitable for putting straight into a notebook / smartboard. could be converted to other formats.

Behaviourism ppt

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aqa, ocr

Behaviourism

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Powerpoint covering the perspective

Starter and Plenary on learned addiction

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I used this while using my powerpoint on learned addiction.

Behaviourist Perspective

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A PowerPoint outlining the history and application of behaviourism.

rolling show behaviourism

shared by Emily Lister
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A selection of pictures related to the topic of Behaviourism, can be used to get pupils interested or talking about a topic, or as revision. They are set to change at every 5 seconds at the moment, but can be changed for different purposes.

Finding Little Albert Powerpoint Summary

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I have summarized the recent article that appeared in the American Psychologist in which researchers have confidently identified the name and background of the boy known as Little Albert.  These powerpoint slides are the ones I shown in the accompanying video episode of my podcast, The Psych Files (www.ThePsychFiles.com).  I also have the slides available in Keynote and pdf versions.  Feel free to contact me for those versions.

Shaping - those rats don't teach themselves y'know

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An often neglected side of Skinners work. It revolutionised psychology by industrialising research: get your lab assistant to train a bunch of rats, then you can run a room full of experiments all at once. You write it up and get the kudos, the lab assistants do all the smelly work. The lab assistant's contribution was key, but unsung. They had to create the behaviour that was then manipulated. This took longer than classical conditioning (typically less than a dozen associations, depending on

Skinner and teaching machine

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Behaviourism gone mad: look out we're all out of a job ... oh no, we're all still here - must not have happened!

Skinner, Behaviorism and Your Superstitious Beliefs

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This video shows how B.F. Skinner used reinforcement principles to create "superstitions" in pigeons.  The same principles, he claimed, were responsible for superstitious beliefs in humans. 

Why Are You Superstitious?

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This video shows students how superstitions are created from a behaviorist's point of view. Footage from rat experiments are combined with video from YouTube make for a fun video from The Psych Files podcast (www.thepsychfiles.com).

What is psychology?

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What is psychology? From the Collins web site and starring Steve Taylor, Phil Banyard, Cara Flanagan and Simon Green.

Personality Theories 3

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The social cognitive perspective on personality.

Classical Conditioning Animation

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Classical Conditioning - Very basic concepts. Created by the Learning Innovations & Academic Development Department at George Brown College.