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  1. 1. PSYA3 Aggression I can……. Textbook Know Revised Confident Social Psychological Theories of AggressionOutline Bandura’s SLT as an explanation 114Describe and evaluate Bandura, Ross & Ross 115-116Evalaute SLT using MAID 116-117Outline deindividuation as an explanation 117Describe and evaluate research into deindividuation 118Evaluate deindividuation using MAID 118-119Outline cue arousal as an explanation 119Describe and evaluate research into cue arousal 119-121Outline relative deprivation as an explanation 121Describe and evaluate research into relative deprivation 121-122Evaluate Social Psychological Theories using MAID 122-123 Institutional AggressionDefine institutional aggression 124Use Abu Ghraib to outline institutional aggression 125Outline the role of situational factors 124-125Describe and evaluate research into situational factors 124-125Outline the role of dispositional factors 125-126Describe and evaluate research into dispositional factors 125-126Evaluate institutional aggression using MAID 126-128 Biological Explanations of AggressionOutline the role of genetics in explaining aggression 129-130Describe and evaluate research into genetics 129-131Outline the role of hormones in explaining aggression 132-133Describe and evaluate research into hormones 132-133Outline the role of serotonin in explaining aggression 133-134Describe and evaluate research into serotonin 134-135Outline the role of brain structure in explaining aggression 135Describe and evaluate research into brain structure 135-137Evalaute biological explanations using MAID 129-137 Evolutionary Explanations of AggressionOutline jealousy and infidelity as an evolutionary explanation 141-142Describe and evaluate research into jealousy & infidelity 141-142Outline human aggression as an evolutionary explanation 139-141Describe and evaluate research into human aggression 139-141Outline animal aggression as an evolutionary explanation 138-139Describe and evaluate research into animal aggression 138-139Evaluate evolutionary explanations using MAID 138-142 Group DisplaysOutline the Power-Threat HypothesisApply this to real life using lynch mobs 146Evalaute the Power-Threat Hypothesis using MAIDOutline the Costly-Signalling TheoryApply this to real life using religious and cultural ritualsEvaluate the Costly-Signalling Theory using MAIDOutline the evolutionary explanations for aggression in sport 145Use real life examples to explain aggression in sportEvalaute aggression in sport using MAID 1
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