Bandura and Ross- social learning theory

- classical and operant conditioning

- aggression

- matched pair design

- mild aggressive arousal

Samuel and Bryant- conservation

- sensory motor stage

- pre-operational stage

- concrete operational stage

- formal operational stage

- standard

- one-judgement

- fixed array control

- extraneous reason hypothesis

- order effects

Hodges and Tizard- critical period

- longitudinal case study

deprivation .ambivalent .anxiety reduction .monotropy base .privation .saftey .subject attrition .attachment .

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