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Exam 4 study guide and Practice Test

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Exam 4 study guide and Practice Test PSYC 317

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Mark Blumberg

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Cognitive psychology exam 4 study guide, covering chapters 9-13.
Cognitive Psychology
Mark Blumberg
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Emma Notetaker on Monday December 7, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PSYC 317 at George Mason University taught by Mark Blumberg in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Cognitive Psychology in Psychlogy at George Mason University.


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Date Created: 12/07/15
Practice Test 1 knowledge that enables us to recognize objects and events and to make inferences about their properties a Concept b Categorization c Conceptual knowledge d Mental representation 2 Which of the following is NOT true about the exemplar approach a Explains typicality effect b Explains prototype approach c Takes into account atypical cases d Easily deals with variable categories 3 concepts arranged in networks that represent the way concepts are organized in the mind a Semantic networks b Concept maps c Neural coding d Cognitive economy 4 How does learning occur a Modified responding provides correct response network responds to stimulus b network responds to stimulus provided with correct response modifies responding Provides response modifies responding network responds to stimulus Network responds to stimulus modifies responding provided with correct response 5 Imagery neurons respond to both and an object a Perceiving seeing Noticing perceiving Perceiving imagining 90 Noticingimagining 6 decreases brain functioning in a particular area of the brain for a short time Transcranial Neuron Stimulation Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation lntracranial Magnetic Stimulation 90593 lntracranial Neuron Stimulation 7 is stable and is fragile 96 d Perception Sensory information Imagery Sensory information Perception imagery Imagery perception 8 Which of the following is NOT true about the universality of lanauge a b c d Languages are the same Language is universal across all cultures Language development is similar across cultures All languages have nouns verbs negatives questions pastpresent tense 9 What are the four traits of psycholinguistics a b c d Comprehension speech production representation acquisition Comprehension speech interpretation presentation acquisition Thought acquisition thought interpretation representation production Representation interpretation speech comprehension acquisitio 10 What is the difference between biased and balanced dominance 90 11 90593 The frequency of when the words are said The meaning of the words that are said The amount of meanings of the words The context of the speech grouping of words in a sentence into phrases Semantics Syntax Components Parsing 12 What is an example of a syntaxfirst approach a b c d Gardenpath model Temporary ambiguity Semantics and syntax Visual word paradigm 13 What is NOT a subcategory of inferences a b c d 14 Syntactic priming reduces a Formal Casual Instrumental Anaphoric in conversation Ambiguity b c d Computational load Semantics Givennew contracts 15 A meansend analysis reduces differences between a 90 16 96 d Problem space and actual space Mental sets Functional fixedness and the Gestalt Approach Initial and goal state source problem to target problem Thinkaloud protocol Information processing approach Analogical Transfer Subgoal switch 17 What is a disadvantage of in vivo problem solving research a b c d 18 Novice researchers notice a b c d Naturalistic setting Can t isolate and control variables Too much control over independent variables Artificial setting features while experts notice Surface structural Structural surface Analogical surface Analogical structural 19 What is a type of creative cognition a b c d Naturalistic forms Pre Subjective forms Pre Inventive forms Informational form 20 A mental set is based on 90 Mental interpretations of the problem Cognitive representations of the problem Past experiences with the problem Preconceived notions of the problem features


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