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  • 1. PUB QUIZ ROUND 1: Eating Behaviour 1. What theory explains the following: attitudes to food by observing behaviour in parents - SLT 2. Give a cultural influence on EB - more likely in white rather than Asian or black women; western influences; higher in higher-class influences 3. Name an explanation for the success/failure of dieting - restraint theory, boundary model, theory of ironic processes, focusing on details 4. What does the VMH do? Satiety centre 5. How does the amygdala effect eating behaviour? selection of foods based on previous experience 6. What is the EEA? Environment of evolutionary adaptation 7. What is taste aversion? 8. What is a RWA of taste aversion? chemotherapy 9. How can season of birth explain AN? spring months more associated 10. What is a psychological explanation of AN? culture, media, SLT, peer influences, perfectionism, parenting 11. How is serotonin implicated in AN? too much serotonin
  • 2. 12. Give an evolutionary explanation of AN - reproductive suppression hypothesis, adapted to flee famine 13. What is the main criticism of research into eating behaviour? gender bias 14. How is mood linked to EB? anxiety/depression tends to precede binge eating 15. How does leptin regulate eating behaviour? long term regulation ROUND 2: Aggression 1. What three things are needed for SLT to take place? Observation, mental representation, production of behaviour 2.What is deindividuation? people when part of a relatively anonymous group lose their personal identity and their inhibitions to violence 3.Give two situations where institutional aggression may take place: prison, mental institutions 4. What are the 5 stages of genocide? difficult social conditions, scapegoating, negative evaluation/dehumanisation, moral values become inapplicable, passivity of bystanders 5. Which two neurotransmitters are involved in biological explanations of aggression? serotonin and dompamine
  • 3. 6. What is the challenge hypothesis? testosterone levels rise in response to social challenges 7. Which gene has been associated with aggression? gene for MAOA 8. Why do men experience sexual jealousy? paternal uncertainty 9. what is Uroxicide? wife killing 10. What is the main problem with studies of jealous/infidelity? focus on male retention strategies/violence against women 11. What is xenophobia? suspicion of strangers 12. What are modern day equivalence of group displays of aggression? sport/warfare 13. Why do women experience sexual jealousy? loss of resources 14. Why is warfare adaptive? males who display aggressiveness are more attractive to females 15. Give one way to investigate genetic factors?
  • 4. Round 3: Picture round Name the famous people 1 Gordon Brown ………………………………………... 2 David Tennant ……………………………………………… 3 Trevor Macdonald …………………………………………. 4 Elvis Presley ……………………………………….. 5 Einstein …………………………………………….. 6 Leonardo Di Caprio ………………………………………… 7 Jeremy Kyle ………………………………………… 8 Teri Hatcher ……………………………………………… 9 …………Lewis Hamilton 10 Amy Winehouse …………………………………… 11 Billie Piper ……………………………………………… 12 Chris Fountain ………………………………………… 13 Geri Halliwel 14 Tiger Woods 15 Kate Moss
  • 5. ROUND 4: Biological rhythms 1. How long is a circadian rhythm? 24 hours 2. When is core body temperature at its lowest? 04.30 3. Which hormone is lowest at midnight? cortisol 4. Give an example of an ultradian rhythm? sleep- wake cycle, BRAC 5. Give an example of an infradian rhythm: menstrual cycle, men 20 day cycle of body temp, SAD 6. What is our main endogenous pacemaker? SCN 7. Give an example of an exogenous zeitgeber: light, social cues, temperature 8. What causes short term insomnia? caused by worry, noise, jet lag, temporary medical conditions 9. Give and explanation of Sleep walking: wakes during SWS but brain arousal incomplete, sleep deprivation, alcohol, hormone changes 10. Give and evolutionary explanation of sleep: energy conservation, foraging, predator avoidance, waste of time 11. Why is REM important? brain growth, restoring neurotransmitter sensitivity, procedural memory 12. How long do babies sleep for? 16 hours
  • 6. 13.How long is BRAC? 90 mins 14. What problem is related to a lack of SWS? poor immune functioning 15. What is narcolepsy? sudden uncontrollable attacks of sleep at irregular and unexpected times. ROUND 5: Schizophrenia 1. What are positive symptoms? excess or distortion of normal symptoms eg delusions, experiences of control, hallucinations, disordered thinking 2. What are negative symptoms? diminution or loss of normal functioning eg affective flattening, alogia and avolition 3. What two manuals are used to diagnose schizophrenia? ICD 10 and DSM IV 4. What does ECT stand for? Electron convulsive therapy 5. What do conventional antipsychotics do? reduce the effects of dopamine so reduces symptoms; bind to D2 receptors but don't stimulate 6. What is the dopamine hypothesis? abnormally high levels of dopamine - neurons fire too easily 7. What is the double bind theory? contradictory messages from parents prevent coherent construction of reality, leads to schizophrenic symptoms
  • 7. 8. What is the psychodynamic explanation of schizophrenia? result of regression to pre-ego state and attempts to re-establish ego control 9. what is the concordance rate for MZ twins? 40% 10. What is CBT? cognitive behavioural therapy 11. What is expressed emotion? a family communication style that involves criticism, hostility and emotional over-involvement 12.What is comorbidity? the extent that two or more conditions co-occur 13. What is tardive dyskinesia? uncontrollable movements of the lips, tongue, face, hands and feet. 14. What is labelling theory? symptoms of schizophrenia seen as deviant then diagnostic label leads to self-fulfilling prophecy 15. How do atypical antipsychotics work? Only temporarily occupy D2 receptors then dissociate to allow normal dopamine transmission
  • 8. ROUND 6: Music Song Artist 1 Rolling in the Deep Adele 2 Price Tag Jessie J 3 Moves Like Jagger Maroon 5 4 Princess of China Coldplay feat Rihanna 5 Titanium David Guetta feat Sia 6 RIP Rita Ora 7 Hot N Cold Katy Perry 8 I Wanna Go Britney Spears 9 Born This Way Lady GaGa 10 30 Days The Saturdays 11 Glad you Came The Wanted 12 Call My Name Cheryl (Cole) 13 Young Tulisa 14 Single Ladies Beyonce 15 Party Rock Anthem LMFAO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUCZb7xL68Y
  • 9. ROUND 7: Media 1. What is observational learning? children observe actions of models and may later imitate them 2. What is cognitive priming? activation of existing aggressive thoughts and feelings. Frequent exposure leads to stored scripts for violent behaviour 3. What is a parasocial relationship? one sided relationship 4. What 3 factors are part of the hovland yale model? source, message, audience 5. What are the two routes in the ELM? central and peripheral route 6. What are the three levels of parasocial relationship? entertainment social, intense-personal, borderline pathological 7. Give a positive effect of game play. increase helping behaviour, social commitment 8. What is the difference between hard sell and soft sell advertising? hard sell - factual, soft sell - subtle 9. What kind of attachment style has been linked to celebrity stalking? pre-occupied/insecure 10.What is neophilia? love of novelty
  • 10. 11. Why could celebrity gossip be adaptive? exchange of information, creates bonds with socail groups, social grooming maintaining alliances 12. What type of people should endorse products? attractive, experts, celebrities 13. What is pester power? children pester their parents and others for the products they have seen on TV 14. Give an psychological explanation for media influences on antisocial behaviour: observational learning, cognitive priming, desensitisation, lowered physiological arousal, justifcation 15.Give an example of a prosocial TV programme: Sesame Street, lassie, stop it and tidy up ROUND 8: Research methods 1. When do you use Spearman's rho? correlation 2. What is a double blind study? neither the participants nor experimenter know the aims of the research 3. What are the 5 characteristics of the scientific method? empirical methods, objectivity, replicability, theory construction, hypothesis testing 4. What is induction? reasoning from the particular to the general
  • 11. 5. What is deduction? reasoning from the general to the particular 6. What is falsification? only way to prove a theory is to seek disproof 7.What is type 1 error? reject a null hypothesis that is in fact true 8. What are the three main purposes of peer review? allocation of research funding, publication of research, assessing the research rating of university departments 9. What are the 5 criticisms of peer review? finding an expert, anonymity, publication bias, preserving the status quo, can't deal with already published research 10.Give an ethical issue that researchers have to consider? 11. What is the significance level used when dealing with inferential tests? 0.05 12.When do you use a chi squared test? nominal data 13. When using a Mann whitney U test when do you reject the null hypothesis? when the observed value is less than the critical value 14. What test do you use with a matched pairs design when the data isn't correlational? Wilcoxon t test 15. What is the null hypothesis? predicts no difference
  • 12. ROUND 9: Logos 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15