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Superstition AO2/3

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PSYA4 Anomalistic superstition AO2 to go with AO1 powerpoint I've also uploaded

Superstition AO1

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PSYA4 Anomalistic Superstition AO1

Coincidence, superstition, probability judgments and magical thinking (2012 Spec Changes)

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Anomalistic psychology for AQA (A) PSYA4 unit for 2012 spec changes. Coincidence, superstition, probability judgments and magical thinking.

Superstition

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Starter activity & hw that goes with my ppt.

Superstition - AQA A

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ppt with activities - stole some slides and ideas from other people on here.

Taster lesson

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David Beckham article to go with Superstitions PowerPoint

Taster lesson

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Superstition exercise to go with PowerPoint

Taster lesson

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I used this with the Yr 11s when they came in for their 6th form induction day - it lead into anxiety disorders which is the first topic I teach for AQA B

Anomalistic - Deceprtion, Self Deception, Coincidence & Supersition

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Slides based on the Deceprtion, Self Deception, Coincidence & Supersition parts of the Anomalistic Psychology spec

Anonmalistic AO1 practice superstition

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Behaviourist explanation superstition response here for studens to decide if it is worth 5 marks. Mark scheme on handout. Students decide mark and any improvements. If it helps I think we said it was a 3/4 student may wish to explain they know what the term operant conditioning means.

Powerpoint on the Psychology of Superstition

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powerpoint which talks about Jahoda's taxonomy and gives examples of groups of people who are more likely to be superstitious

Perceptual and Cognitive Biases That May Predispose Towards Superstitious Belief

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A handout with a task for students to follow powerpoint on psychology of superstition

Superstition Video

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Excellent slideshow with audio explaining superstitions - useful for PSY4 Anomalistic Psychology

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).

Superstitions

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How do superstitions begin? Why do, for example, many baseball players preform certain rituals while at bat? Perhaps you've got your own lucky charms or curious behaviours you're not aware of. What does all this have to do with your bowling style? Find out in this episode of The Psych Files podcast.