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It is also important to take into consideration the way in which data is collected during sleep research participants are connected to a number of electrodes in a sleep laboratory to measure brain and body activity during the night, which consequently affects the quality and quantity of the sleep they experience. Outline and evaluate research into cultural variations in attachment outline and evaluate research into the effects of failure to form attachment (total 12 marks) 30. Outline and evaluate research into cultural variations in attachment (8) van ijzendoorn and kroonenberg's meta-analysis found that secure attachment was the most common in all cultures studied. Outline and evaluate the role of genetic factors in aggressive behaviour (24 marks) they also fail to explain cultural differences which suggests that genetics are not the only factors in aggression, otherwise it would be universally correlated 24/24 outline and evaluate research into instituti.
Essay sample on outline and evaluate explanations of obedience share there are several proposed explanations of obedience that can be separated into two sub categories, situational factors and individual factors. General guidelines for identifying and evaluating historic landscapes february 1999 i introduction this guidance is designed to help cultural resources professionals identify and evaluate historic landscapes. Question: outline and evaluate research into cross-cultural variations in attachments answer: infants and their carers form strong, reciprocal bonds for the infant this attachment is important for survival helping to ensure that it receives the attention- food, warmth and comfort- that it needs from adults. In fact when eagly and carli (1981) carried out a meta-analysis of research into conformity they found that women were more likely to conform than men however, they also report some bias in studies however, they also report some bias in studies.
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Outline & evaluate research into cross cultural variations in attachment (12 marks) a01 ijzendoorn and kroonenberg 1988 did a cross cultural study to look at variations in attachment. Ariel moshe gender development psychology describe and evaluate two or more explanations of gender development (eg social learning theories, cognitive development theories, gender schema theories) gender plays a crucial part in child development, at an early age children become aware of ‘gender appropriate’ behaviours. Outline and evaluate the influence of culture on romantic relationships (8 marks + 16 marks) relationships in western and non-western cultures differ in the degree to which they are voluntary or non-voluntary. A02: evaluation of research into cultural variations of attachmen t one limitation is that the cross-cultural data collected presented by van ijzendoorn and kroonenberg (1988) fails to tell us the number of children involved in each study.