AP Psychology History, Approaches & Research Methods-Approaches & Perspectives Revision (Page 1 of 2)

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Important Animal Experiments and Discoveries - Rats

R. C. Tyron selectively bred “maze bright” and “maze dull” rats to show the heritability of behavior. Later, R. M. Cooper and John Zubek demonstrated the interaction between heredity and environment. They here showed that if rats are raised in… (97 more words) …

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Important Animal Experiments and Discoveries - Bees

Karl von Frisch is highly regarded for finding that communication between bees take place through a dance.

Communication. Honeybees communicate by “dancing. ” When a bee finds a food source, it returns to its beehive and informs other bees the… (337 more words) …

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Important Animal Experiments and Discoveries – Birds (Owls, Bats), Dolphins

Navigation is a broad topic, but certain animals are frequency held to be adept navigators. Some animals have to use certain landmarks to remember the way to get back to their site while others are natural navigators. They can reach… (336 more words) …

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Educational Psychology

The branch of educational psychology is concerned with how people learn in educational settings. In this structure, educational psychologists observe the behavior of teachers and students and the teaching method and come to a conclusion. This is majorly done when… (88 more words) …

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Important Animal Experiments and Discoveries - Cats

Edward Thorndike acquired fame in animal learning with his concept of instrumental learning. The animals got this learning through “trial, error, and accidental success. ” This lead Thorndike to give Thorndike’s law of effect, which states that a person will… (51 more words) …

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