Social Psychology

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Assignment BriefTitle of Access to HE Diploma: Access to Radiography / Paramedic Studies / Nursing / Midwifery Unit title(s): Social PsychologyUnit code(s): PK8/3/LN/052Learner: Tutor/Assessor: Roami Title of Assignment: Social Psychology Assignment Number: 1 of 1 for this UnitDescription of Assignment: In an essay of 1500-2000 words answer the following questions: Explain key elements of the discipline of Social Psychology Explain psychological explanations of human behaviour, e.g. aggression, prejudice or social influence Evaluate findings of key experimental studies in social psychology, e.g. Milgram, Zimbardo, Skinner Date set: Week beginning: 20/5/13 Date for draft submission (if applicable): N/ADate for submission 12 June 2013 Extension date (if agreed):Signed by Tutor/Assessor to agree extension: Date submitted: Learner declaration: These essays represent my own unaided work, apart from guidance notes on marking from subject tutors, and I have followed referencing guidelines to avoid plagiarism. Signature: Date: TO THE LEARNER: Please attach this assignment brief to any written work you are handing in for assessment, or submit the brief as instructed. YOUR WORK CANNOT BE ASSESSED UNLESS YOU HAVE SIGNED AND SUBMITTED THIS FORM. AC no Level Three1.Explain some key elements of the discipline of Social Psychology. 22.1 Explain psychological explanations of human behaviour, e.g. aggression, prejudice or social influence.3 3.1 Evaluate the broad findings of key experimental studies in social psychology, e.g. Milgram, Zimbardo, Skinner GradeUnit title: Psychology of Health and IllnessIf you have achieved all Level 3 criteria you will receive a grade (Pass, Merit or Distinction) against the following Grade…

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