Topic: Discuss how classical conditioning research has been applied to advance our understanding and treatment of fear and anxiety related disorders in humans. Use experimental evidence to support your arguments.
For each reference in your reference list, include a brief description (e.g. up to 100 words) that explains why you have selected the specific source. For example, this might be because it explains a specific theory or concept, or because it provides experimental evidence that supports your thesis/argument. You need to be concise and specific.
For example, your annotation might summarise the main arguments and points of the paper, evaluate the evidence and the contribution of the specific paper, explain how it compares to other sources in your reference list, explain how it supports the specific argument you wish to make.
Note: the descriptions and evaluations you provide must be your own writing. Do NOT copy and paste abstracts or summaries from other sources because that would constitute plagiarism.
This is what your annotated reference list should look like:
Garry, M. et al. (1996). Imagination inflation: Imagining a childhood event inflates confidence that it occurred. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 3(2): 208-214
This experimental study builds on previous work investigating the use of narrative to induce false childhood memories in adults. The study exposed 20 individuals to a false childhood event using both a fake photograph and a three stage interview process that included explicit imagery instructions. The study reports that this method induced, to various extents, false memories in 50% of the participants.
The study expands our understanding of how false childhood memories may be generated.
Loftus, E.F. (2005). Planting misinformation in the human mind: A 30-year investigation of the malleability of memory. Learning and Memory, 12:361–366
This is a review paper by one of the leading researchers in the field, which explains the misinformation effect and summarises research on this phenomenon over the last 3 decades of the 20th century. The paper outlines the conditions that may facilitate or hinder susceptibility to the misinformation effect, how people can be protected from this effect, and the role of individual differences.
Interestingly, the paper discusses research in both humans and non-human animals and illuminates the processes that contribute to the formation of false memories. It also explains the effect of misinformation on original memory traces.
Discuss how classical conditioning research has been applied to advance our understanding and treatment of fear and anxiety related disorders in humans.
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