Investigating psychology
Investigating psychology

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Investigating psychology

3 Using CHIP

You can also find what each node is linked to by using the titles at the top right of the star field.

Note: You can still see your star field once you’ve selected a node. You can also use the relationships, commentary and external links to learn more about each node. By clicking on the star field you can return to the main screen and out of the specific topic tab.

Hint: Use the ‘people’ tab to help you with the drag and drop below.

Activity 2

Open the CHIP resource [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] in a new tab in your web browser and click the ‘Start Investigating Psychology’ link.

Match the following items.

Using the following two lists, match each numbered item with the correct letter.

  1. Cognitive

  2. Mary Ainsworth

  3. 1980s social changes

  4. Discourse analysis

  • a.Elizabeth Loftus

  • b.Stephen Reicher

  • c.John Bowlby

  • d.Margaret Wetherell

The correct answers are:
  • 1 = a
  • 2 = c
  • 3 = b
  • 4 = d
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