Key studies in Abnormal Psychology

IB Psychology: Key studies in Abnormal Psychology

Often in textbooks we find that there is less information about studies than we feel that students need in order to really understand them and apply critical thinking when discussing them. In response to this, we have developed a number of "key study guides" which are meant to help clarify the aim, procedure, results, and implications of research in each level of analysis and for the options. The guides also include...


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Tasnim Galal 29 April 2016 - 22:59

Is Rosenhan (1973) and its followup considered two studies (sufficient to be used alone) or only one study ?

John Crane 2 May 2016 - 05:02

It is two separate studies - but I think that if students were answering an essay and only used these two versions of the study, it would be a rather limited essay.


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