Unformatted text preview: explaining behaviour. 9. Gestalt psychology is concerned with _____. 10. The enduring beliefs, values, behaviours, and traditions shared by a large group of people and passed on from one generation to the next is called ____. 11. This researcher contributed significantly to the biological perspective through his study of the impact of brain lesions on maze learning in rats. 12. This theoretical perspective would emphasize the role of negative thought patterns in the explanation of depression. 13. This theoretical perspective would emphasize the role of learning through conditioning to explain why people develop phobias (i.e., fear of snakes, etc.). 14. The cognitive perspective in psychology is associated with which level of analysis? 15. The specialty area of ________ is primarily focused on the diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders...
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- Fall '10
- Psychology, theoretical perspective, early childhood experiences, negative thought patterns, British empiricism ____, Viennese medical student