As promised, here it is. Complete with cheesey new jingle:-)
Videocast to cover the use of ECT as a biological therapy in the treatment of schizophrenia.
Listen to the podcast attached and together with your text, make notes on Ainsworth’s ‘Uganda’ and ‘Baltimore’ studies. It is important that you can describe the STRANGE SITUATION, explain what was recorded and how.
Make a grid that illustrates the differences between the three attachment type in 1 willingness to explore, 2, stranger anxiety, 3 separation anxiety, 4 behaviour at reunion.
You also need to make sure that you can give 6 marks worth of properly elaborated evaluation of the use of the strange situation.
Apologies for the poor sound quality in sections.
Listen to the Podcast and complete pages 8 & 9 in your (red) addiction booklets!
A must read for all of you. New consideration of the importance of delusional symptoms.
Sorry everyone, I’m sure you’re devastated by my absence. Thank you. The work for today:
Y13: Prep for timed question (next week) Outline the critical charachteristics of schizophrenia. AND read and make notes on ‘issues of reliability and validity in the diagnosis of Schizophrenia’
Y12 firstly, you will have a test this time next week on the memory topic, so use your time to revise carefully. We still need to do an evaluation of Key Word Technique (you have the notes already if you want to get a head start). SECONDLY, read and make notes on Bowlby’s theory of attachment. Key bullet points is sufficient. Imagine a 6 mark ‘outline’ question.
12x periods 6-7 Make notes on Bowlby’s theory of attachment and Lorenz’s experiment.
Sorry everyone, I’d really rather be there 🙁
Y12 please make sure you have handed in the homework. The opportunity to revise the material so far. Concentrate on the difference between experimental TYPE and DESIGN and sample selection techniques. You do have an up coming test.
Y13 using any text, make notes on the definition, functions of and process of PEER REVEIW.
As requested, here is something to help you with structure and clearly setting out your AO1 and AO2. Restorative Function Of Sleep