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  1. 1. Issues, Debates and Approaches Across 2. This approach believes that all behaviours are learned via classical or operant conditioning 4. If we believe we are a product of our experiences and environment, then this supports the __________________ view 6. This approach focuses on thoughts, feelings, emotions and motivations 7. This approach believes that genes, biochemistry, neuroanatomy and infections determine behaviour 8. This association develops the ethical guidelines for the UK: British __________ Society (13 letters) 9. This approach believes that unresolved unconscious conflicts from childhood which determine behaviour 10. Studying large numbers of people with the aim of making theories which can be generalised to all people 11. The type of culture in which the rights and freedom of the individual are emphasised and individual happiness is seen as fundamentally important Down 1. The idea that behaviour is controlled by forces beyond the individual's will 3. When differences between one gender and another are either ignored or exaggerated (6,4) 5. This explanation breaks down complex behaviours into smaller, easier to understand parts
  2. 2. Answers Across 2. This approach believes that all behaviours are learned via classical or operant conditioningBEHAVIOURAL 4. If we believe we are a product of our experiences and environment, then this supports the NURTURE view 6. This approach focuses on thoughts, feelings, emotions and motivationsCOGNITIVE 7. This approach believes that genes, biochemistry, neuroanatomy and infections determine behaviourBIOLOGICAL 8. This association develops the ethical guidelines for the UK: British __________ Society (13 letters)PSYCHOLOGICAL 9. This approach believes that unresolved unconscious conflicts from childhood which determine behaviourPSYCHODYNAMIC 10. Studying large numbers of people with the aim of making theories which can be generalised to all peopleNOMOTHETIC 11. The type of culture in which the rights and freedom of the individual are emphasised and individual happiness is seen as fundamentally importantINDIVIDUALISTIC Down 1. The idea that behaviour is controlled by forces beyond the individual's willDETERMINISM 3. When differences between one gender and another are either ignored or exaggerated (6,4)GENDER BIAS 5. This explanation breaks down complex behaviours into smaller, easier to understand partsREDUCTIONISM

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