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bkx PSY212 T4, P5

PSY-212 Test #4, Part 5: CH 14

Proximate explanation A focus on relatively immediate causes
Ultimate explanation A focus on background or historical causes
Triangulation Technique of examining the same problem using different research methods, each having different biases
List the Four Major Theoretical Perspectives 1) Sociocultural 2) Evolutionary 3) Social learning 4) Social cognitive
Sociocultural perspective Focuses on group-level processes
Evolutionary perspective Focuses on general principles of survival and reproduction that apply across cultures and species
Social learning perspective Focuses on rewards and punishments in particular environments
Social cognitive perspective Focuses on processes involved in noticing, interpreting, judging, and remembering social events
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