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Brave, Space, and Dark: Brave Space Marine kill team defends a statue of Saint Celestine from the clutches of the Dark Mechanicus
Brave, Space, and Dark: Brave Space Marine kill team defends a statue of Saint Celestine from the clutches of the Dark Mechanicus

Brave Space Marine kill team defends a statue of Saint Celestine from the clutches of the Dark Mechanicus

Gym, Superman, and Henry Cavill: Henry Cavill in the gym looking more ripped than his Superman statue next to him.
Gym, Superman, and Henry Cavill: Henry Cavill in the gym looking more ripped than his Superman statue next to him.

Henry Cavill in the gym looking more ripped than his Superman statue next to him.

Got, Art, and Vienna: This statue in the Vienna Art Museum has seen the last episode of GOT
Got, Art, and Vienna: This statue in the Vienna Art Museum has seen the last episode of GOT

This statue in the Vienna Art Museum has seen the last episode of GOT

Pikachu, Arceus, and Detective: In "Detective Pikachu," Flareon appears in front of a statue of Arceus. This is a subtle nod to Flareon being a false prophet.
Pikachu, Arceus, and Detective: In "Detective Pikachu," Flareon appears in front of a statue of Arceus. This is a subtle nod to Flareon being a false prophet.

In "Detective Pikachu," Flareon appears in front of a statue of Arceus. This is a subtle nod to Flareon being a false prophet.

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Life, Meme, and Control: Death statue outside
 the London Dungeon
 a good place for a
 Psychology experiment.
 y not be relevant
 acing page) on the weapon focus
 ty. The reason participants focus
 ey are surprised at what they
 cared. Pickel (1998) conducted
 ndgun, a wallet or a raw chicken
 essing salon video (where scissors
 Iness). Eyewitness accuracy was
 usualness conditions (chicken
 focus effect is due to
 reat and therefore tells us
 cts of anxiety on EWT.
 lack control
 Apply it Methods: Labyrith of Horror
 Methods: Labyrinth of Horror
 life eyewitnesses sometime after
 ave happened to the participant:s
 ers have no control over
 ut the event, accounts they may
 e effects of being interviewed
 -event discussions). This is
 use it is possible that these
 sponsible for the accuracy of
 Tim Valentine and Jan Mesout (2009) carried out a study in the
 real-life setting of the Horror Labyrinth at the London Dungeon.
 It is designed to be frightening with many scares' such as
 darkness, screams, gory models and sudden movements. Visitors
 to the Labyrinth were offered a reduced entrance fee if they
 agreed to complete questionnaires at the end of their visit to
 assess their level of self-reported anxiety. They wore wireless
 heart monitors to confirm that they were experiencing anxiety.
 On the basis of these two measures participants were divided
 into two groups: high anxiety and low anxiety.
 verwhelmed by these other
 py the time the participants are
 The participants' task was to describe a person encountered in
 the Labyrinth (played by an actor). The researchers found that
 the high anxiety participants recalled the fewest correct details
 of the actor and made more mistakes. The researchers also
 found that 17% of the high anxiety group correctly identified
 the actor in a line-up compared to 75% correct identification by
 those in the low anxiety group.
 very risky. It is potentially
 people to psychological harm
 h. This is why real-life studies are
 view people who have already
 re is no need to create it
 e findings from studies such as
 estion the need for such research
 s with the less controlled field
 research may outweigh the
 Questions
 1. Explain why this study is an example of a quasi-experiment.
 (2 marks) (See page 173.)
 study above in your answer. (2 marks)
 one strength of this method. (3 marks) (See page 175.)
 closed question and one open question that could have
 2. Explain one limitation of a quasi-experiment. Refer to the
 3. Identify the sampling method used in this study and explain
 4. Questionnaires were used to collect the data. Write one
 ra
 ation is too simplistic
 and measure accurately.
 many elements -cognitive
 been used in this study. (4 marks) (See page 186.)
 5. Select one other study of the effect of anxiety on the accuracy
 of EWT. How do the findings compare with the findings in the
 London Dungeon study? (3 marks)
My psychology textbook predicted this meme well ahead of time

My psychology textbook predicted this meme well ahead of time