IB Psychology Option: Human Relationships LO

  1. To what extent do biological, cognitive and sociocultural factors influence human relationships?
  2. Evaluate psychological research (theories and/or studies) relevant to the study of human relationships.
  3. Distinguish between altruism and prosocial behaviour.
  4. Contrast two theories explaining altruism in humans.
  5. Using one or more research studies, explain cross-cultural differences in prosocial behaviour.
  6. Examine factors influencing bystanderism.
  7. Examine biological, psychological and social origins of attraction.
  8. Discuss the role of communication in maintaining relationships.
  9. Explain the role culture plays in the formation and maintenance of relationships.
  10. Analyze why relationships may change or end.
  11. Evaluate sociocultural explanations of the origins of violence.
  12. Discuss the relative effectiveness of two strategies for reducing violence
  13. Discuss the effects of short-term and long-term exposure to violence.
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IB Psychology Option: Human Relationships LO
IB Psychology Option: Human Relationships LO