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Drury et al (2009)15 October 2019
Social Identity Theory has been applied to explain many different behaviours. In particular, it has been used to explain prosocial behaviour - that is, the willingness to help someone in need of help. more
Ronay and von Hippel (2010)15 October 2019
Ronay and von Hippel carried out a study to investigate the potential role of evolutionary factors in male skateboarding behaviour. The study can be used for the following topics:Discuss how and why particular... more
IA Menu 1free15 October 2019
One of the ways to make it easier for students to choose their IA experiment for replication is to give them a limited menu of choices. By giving them a menu of options, it guarantees that you are familiar... more
Hormones15 October 2019
Hormones are another class of chemicals that affect behaviour. Unlike neurotransmitters, hormones are not released by the terminal buttons of a neuron; instead, they are secreted by glands in the endocrine... more
LP 7: The evolution of attraction15 October 2019
The following lesson is on the evolution of attraction. It starts with an overview of evolutionary theory and then looks at two key studies of the role of biology in attraction.The lesson finishes with... more
Exemplar: Sociocultural factors in stressfree15 October 2019
The following sample is a response to the question: Discuss a sociocultural approach to one health problem. Discuss asks students to consider the way that the sociocultural approach addresses a problem... more
SAQ sample: Culture and memory14 October 2019
The following sample is for the SAQ: Explain one study of one effect of culture on one behaviour or cognitive process. The approach taken by this sample is to address a cognitive process.The sample below... more
ALP 1.5 Ethics in diagnosis13 October 2019
The following lesson plan looks at ethical considerations in "factors that influence diagnosis." There are two potential questions that may be asked. One focuses on ethics in research. The other focuses... more
LP 5: Reliability of memory11 October 2019
The goal of this lesson is to explore the reliability of one cognitive process - memory. As part of this, we will look at the reconstructive nature of memory and the research that supports the theory.... more