WHAT WAS RAINES PROCEDURE?
WHAT WERE THE 3 FINDINGS?
WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH THE METHOD?
ANY STRENGTHS/ WEAKNESS OF PET SCAN?
WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE SAMPLE
NAME 2 ETHICAL ISSUES OF RAINES STUDY
WHAT WAS THE SAMPLING THE TECHNIQUE USED IN THE PROCEDURE?
WHO WERE THE SAMPLE
WHO DID THEY MATCH THEM WITH?
OUTLINE THE CONCLUSION
Is violence due to neural processes?
What are confounding variables?
Raines study was carefully controlled for the sample and matched controls, but what CONFOUNDING VARIABLES could play a role? ( a03)
Give a strength of using PET scans
what was wrong with the sample?
what was the INDEPENDENT VARIABLE( Cause) in the study?
What was the dependent variable( the effect)
Why was it not an experiment?
What is the problem of a quasi experiment
Fallon found alternative evidence, what did he say?
what gene is also responsible for violence according to Tilhonen et al
What neurotransmitter does this 'carrier gene' increase/( the C should be a w)
why is the research socially sensitive?
why could they not WITHDRAW from the study?
What psychological harm might have been caused?