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Baron-Cohen et al (1997) Revision Exam

Baron-Cohen et al (1997) – Autism Eyes Task

Baron‐Cohen, S., Jolliffe, T., Mortimore, C., & Robertson, M. (1997). Another advanced test of theory of mind: Evidence from very high functioning adults with autism or Asperger syndrome. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 38(7), 813-822.

This is the contemporary individual differences psychology study which you will look at for your H167 AS OCR Psychology exam. You will also need this study for your OCR H567 A Level Psychology core studies exam.

Background

The theme of the individual differences psychology studies in the H167 exam is understanding disorders. This study by Baron-Cohen et al. (1997) focuses on Autism in Adults. 

If you want to further your understanding of this study, Baron-Cohen has written several books which are highly beneficial to read:

 

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Freud (1909) - Little Hans Revision

Freud (1909) – Little Hans

Freud, S. (1909) Analysis of a phobia of a five-year old boy. The Pelican Library, Vol. 8, Case Histories, p. 169-306

This is the classic individual differences psychology study which you will look at for your H167 AS OCR Psychology exam. You will also need this study for your OCR H567 A Level Psychology core studies exam.

Background

The theme of the individual differences psychology studies in the H167 exam is understanding disorders. This study by Freud (1909) focuses on Little Hans’ Phobia. 

If you want to further your understanding of this case, consider reading the entire case history written by Freud: Case Histories I: ‘Dora’ and ‘Little Hans’ (The Penguin Freud Library, Vol. 8)

 

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OCR Core Studies H167 Exam Revision

AS Level OCR Psychology H167 Core Studies


Here you will find all the revision materials you need for OCR AS Psychology H167.

Understanding the categories of each study is vital to succeeding in your OCR AS Psychology exam: Psychological themes in the core study. In the AS H167 exam, there are 10 studies, divided into five areas, with a classic and contemporary study in each area. Each individual area has a theme, and it is vital to your success in this exam that you learn each study and its area and corresponding theme.

Use this page as a hub for your revision.

The H167 exam has 75 marks and lasts for 1 hour and 30 minutes. This exam contributes to 50% of your AS Psychology grade. The AS exam consists of 3 sections: Continue reading AS Level OCR Psychology H167 Core Studies

Bandura et al. (1961) - Transmission of Aggression Evaluation

Bandura et al. (1961) – Transmission of Aggression

Bandura, A., Ross, D., & Ross, S. A. (1961). Transmission of aggression through imitation of aggressive models. Educational Psychology in context. Readings for future teachers. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oakes, 57-66.

This is the classic developmental psychology study which you will look at for your H167 AS OCR Psychology exam. You will also need this study for your OCR H567 A Level Psychology core studies exam.

Background

The theme of the developmental psychology studies in the H167  exam is external influences on children’s behaviour This study by Bandura, Ross and Ross (1961) focuses on the transmission of aggression through imitation of aggressive models

What is a model?

A model is a person or persons which perform behaviours in the contexts of psychological studies. Such behaviour may or may not be imitated by participants in the study.

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Grant et al. (1998) – Context-Dependent Memory

Grant, H. M., Bredahl, L. C., Clay, J., Ferrie, J., Groves, J. E., McDorman, T. A., & Dark, V. J. (1998). Context-dependent memory for meaningful material: Information for students. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 12(6), 617-623.

This is the contemporary cognitive psychology study which you will look at for your H167 AS OCR Psychology exam. You will also need this study for your OCR H567 A Level Psychology core studies exam.

Background

The theme of the cognitive psychology studies in the H167  exam is memory. This study by Grant et al., (1998) focuses on context-dependent memory

What is context-dependent memory?

Context-dependent memory is a not a specific type of memory per se, but it instead it refers to the improved memory performance when individuals are tested in the same context in which they learned the tested material.

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