A-AS Level (CIE) Psychology: Specimen Questions with Answers 6 - 7 of 299

Question number: 6

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Define the following (Marks 6)

a) Door-in-the-face technique

b) Foot-in-the-door technique

c) Lowball technique

Explanation

a) Door-in-the-face technique- Procedure for gaining compliance in which requesters begin with the large request and then when refused, retreat to a smaller one

b) Foot-in-the-door technique- Procedure for gaining compliance in which requesters begin with the small request and then, when it is granted, escalate to a larger one

c) Lowball technique- Technique for gaining compliance in which an offer or deal is changed to make it less attractive to the target person after this person has accepted it

Question number: 7

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List out the characteristics of Dysarthria (Mark 3)

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  • Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder. It is a weakness or paralysis of speech muscles caused by damage to the nerves

  • The type and severity of Dysarthria depends on which area of the nervous system is affected

  • Dysarthria is often caused by strokes, Parkinson disease, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), head or neck injuries, surgical accident or cerebral palsy

Characteristics of Dysarthria

Characteristics of Dysarthria