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Solution: In 35-48, a sequence is defined recursively. Write

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Problem 13.1.48

In 35-48, a sequence is defined recursively. Write down the first five terms. al = v2; all -2

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Availability heuristic vs representative heuristic Heuristic is a short cut to remember, however we can oversimplify things.. Availability is calling to mind specific examples that come up readily. Personal example Representative is stereotyping, relies on your idea of how a person should act.. Representative heuristic - we forget to take the base rate into account (how common a behavior is in general) More likely to be a physics major even if she is into Asian culture programs, dances from China and bilingual in English and Chinese. Hindsight bias -what you should have done, planned out something, plan out a football game at the end of the game Classical conditioning - Barbie kisses ken, his heart rate goes up, she snaps when they kiss, now when he hears a snap his heart rate elevates. Ucs- kiss Ucr- heart rate increase Cs- snap Cr- heart rate increase What is the time period of a month known as Acquisition - time to develop conditioners response For more effective conditioning, when should she snap her fingers Right before the kiss (before ucs) Claps before snaps fingers. His heart rate increases to clap now. -Higher order conditioning (stimulus generalization) His heart rate doesn't rise as much with clapping. - Stimulus discrimination Heart stops racing with snapping - extinction After months of his heart not responding to snapping, he hears someone snap their fingers and his heart rate increases - spontaneous recovery Part part of nervous system is responding - autonomic nervous system Every time ken takes out the trash when asked , Barbie kisses him. - operant conditioning Positive reinforcement - give kiss and increase target behavior of trash being taken out. When he takes out the trash she doesn't make him set the table- What type of operant conditioning - negative reinforcement Loud music, she glares and he plays his music lower - positive punishment (she glares and reduces behavior) Loud music and no kiss for the whole day - negative punishment What part of nervous system is in charge of response Involuntary Level of analysis Lydia studies the vocal tone and hand gestures of politicians speeches. What level is she studying Extra linguist Lydia studies grammatical construction and sentences - syntax Lydia studies how many words with positive and negative connotations are in politicians speeches - morphines (specific words) Lydia is studying how the politician pronounces her "th" and "f" sounds - phenomes (individual sounds) Baby Abigail is learning to communicate, she talks through random phonemes - babble She uses the word car to mean a variety of things,me end when she wants to go to the car - one word phrase She uses the word juice to mean apple juice in the fridge but when her friend is drinking apple juice she doesn't use the word juice - under extending Henry has epilepsy, he always drives the same route to work. One day it seems foreign to him - (opposite of déjà vu) - jamais vu One day he takes a new route, he thinks he went before - déjà vu Brad drives with friends to Perkins in a brand new city. Perkins sign has the "k "letter burnt out but they can still identify it - top down processing Steven is an avid gator basketball fan, he can recall all of the player names, their stars and hometowns but he can't remember anniversary date - paradox of memory (remember complex things) Julia walks into bros room and it smells bad, after a bit it is too strong and she leaves but the smell did not bother her as much as when she walked in - sensitization (smell grows stronger) After a bit she doesn't notice the smell anymore - habituation Sara is trying to identify which Pennie is real. What may account for her failure to identify it Encoding failure - we do not encode every detail Sarah's classmates are introducing themselves, she can't remember the name of the person before her - next in line effect She remembers the name of the first person but no one after - primacy effect (remember first things in effect) Recently effect - she remembers the name of the last person who introduces himself but not the people before him. Sara is trying to remember the citric acid cycle cisaconitate, isocitrate and alphak: she remembers CIA. What is this - mnemonics How is a mnemonic an sample of an internal device Use it to be encoding it so we can be able to retrieve info later Sara needs to remember errands in order: groceries, bank, finish homework. She uses - peg word method Buns in bakery Running to bank in her shoes Doing homework under a tree Sara is trying to remember brain parts, she uses her kitchen, a location she knows well. fridge is Cortex, milk in the fridge is frontal lobe, Apple is partial lobe ... - method of loci Basal ganglia controls movement, she remembers gangalia sounds like dangling and imagines a puppet dangling and its controlling its movement - keyword Lacey is taking the bus, she has an organized method to wait at the stop, show her ID, sit and exit the bus - schema Why are they helpful Help with top down processing, based on previous experience, allow us to interpret new info Negatives on rely on schemas - oversimplification Wendy knows how to paint with acyclic colors well, she starts to learn oil pastels , but now she has problem with acrylics - reactive Now her acrylics interfere with oil pastels - proactive Creoptonisia - you come up with something when you forgot where it came from (friend tells a joke and you steal it later forgetting he said it) Jeremy is a social pragmatic - only learn language when u hear a sound and u identify it with a specific object Lydia is a nativist - born with it Madison is cognitivism - variety of skills to learn language, apply skills to language Ryan believes language gently shapes thinking, but doesn't outright define it - linguistic relativity Linguistic determinism - language and thinking do go together Ashly finds a software claiming to improve reading speed. Should she buy it Noooo - doesn't help you remember anything Jennifer - whole word recognition Jack - phonetic decomposition Strop test - yellow is written in black, we can't not read what we see. Colors are mixed up, red, black, blue,yellow (name color) Bob created a long complex sentence, he believes no one has ever constructed this sentence in this way before. What property of language does this show - generative Lucy is asleep, she experiences bizarre images. Her limbs feel as if she is falling, someone brushes past her and she suddenly wakes up. She is unsure if she was sleeping - stage one of sleep (mynolcomic jerks - feeling of falling) Circadian rhythm Melatonin Acetocolin Paradox - brain is active and our body is paralyzed Sleep apnea Freud's dream protection theory Activation synthesis Variable ratio is best - do not reinforce in a pattern (every five times) or every time Psychoactive drugs - alter our consciousness The women has more fat and less water, harder to dilute the alcohol Availability heuristic vs representative heuristic Heuristic is a short cut to remember, however we can oversimplify things.. Availability is calling to mind specific examples that come up readily. Personal example Representative is stereotyping, relies on your idea of how a person should act.. Representative heuristic - we forget to take the base rate into account (how common a behavior is in general) More likely to be a physics major even if she is into Asian culture programs, dances from China and bilingual in English and Chinese. Hindsight bias -what you should have done, planned out something, plan out a football game at the end of the game Classical conditioning - Barbie kisses ken, his heart rate goes up, she snaps when they kiss, now when he hears a snap his heart rate elevates. Ucs- kiss Ucr- heart rate increase Cs- snap Cr- heart rate increase What is the time period of a month known as Acquisition - time to develop conditioners response For more effective conditioning, when should she snap her fingers Right before the kiss (before ucs) Claps before snaps fingers. His heart rate increases to clap now. -Higher order conditioning (stimulus generalization) His heart rate doesn't rise as much with clapping. - Stimulus discrimination Heart stops racing with snapping - extinction After months of his heart not responding to snapping, he hears someone snap their fingers and his heart rate increases - spontaneous recovery Part part of nervous system is responding - autonomic nervous system Every time ken takes out the trash when asked , Barbie kisses him. - operant conditioning Positive reinforcement - give kiss and increase target behavior of trash being taken out. When he takes out the trash she doesn't make him set the table- What type of operant conditioning - negative reinforcement Loud music, she glares and he plays his music lower - positive punishment (she glares and reduces behavior) Loud music and no kiss for the whole day - negative punishment What part of nervous system is in charge of response Involuntary Level of analysis Lydia studies the vocal tone and hand gestures of politicians speeches. What level is she studying Extra linguist Lydia studies grammatical construction and sentences - syntax Lydia studies how many words with positive and negative connotations are in politicians speeches - morphines (specific words) Lydia is studying how the politician pronounces her "th" and "f" sounds - phenomes (individual sounds) Baby Abigail is learning to communicate, she talks through random phonemes - babble She uses the word car to mean a variety of things,me end when she wants to go to the car - one word phrase She uses the word juice to mean apple juice in the fridge but when her friend is drinking apple juice she doesn't use the word juice - under extending Henry has epilepsy, he always drives the same route to work. One day it seems foreign to him - (opposite of déjà vu) - jamais vu One day he takes a new route, he thinks he went before - déjà vu Brad drives with friends to Perkins in a brand new city. Perkins sign has the "k "letter burnt out but they can still identify it - top down processing Steven is an avid gator basketball fan, he can recall all of the player names, their stars and hometowns but he can't remember anniversary date - paradox of memory (remember complex things) Julia walks into bros room and it smells bad, after a bit it is too strong and she leaves but the smell did not bother her as much as when she walked in - sensitization (smell grows stronger) After a bit she doesn't notice the smell anymore - habituation Sara is trying to identify which Pennie is real. What may account for her failure to identify it Encoding failure - we do not encode every detail Sarah's classmates are introducing themselves, she can't remember the name of the person before her - next in line effect She remembers the name of the first person but no one after - primacy effect (remember first things in effect) Recently effect - she remembers the name of the last person who introduces himself but not the people before him. Sara is trying to remember the citric acid cycle cisaconitate, isocitrate and alphak: she remembers CIA. What is this - mnemonics How is a mnemonic an sample of an internal device Use it to be encoding it so we can be able to retrieve info later Sara needs to remember errands in order: groceries, bank, finish homework. She uses - peg word method Buns in bakery Running to bank in her shoes Doing homework under a tree Sara is trying to remember brain parts, she uses her kitchen, a location she knows well. fridge is Cortex, milk in the fridge is frontal lobe, Apple is partial lobe ... - method of loci Basal ganglia controls movement, she remembers gangalia sounds like dangling and imagines a puppet dangling and its controlling its movement - keyword Lacey is taking the bus, she has an organized method to wait at the stop, show her ID, sit and exit the bus - schema Why are they helpful Help with top down processing, based on previous experience, allow us to interpret new info Negatives on rely on schemas - oversimplification Wendy knows how to paint with acyclic colors well, she starts to learn oil pastels , but now she has problem with acrylics - reactive Now her acrylics interfere with oil pastels - proactive Creoptonisia - you come up with something when you forgot where it came from (friend tells a joke and you steal it later forgetting he said it) Jeremy is a social pragmatic - only learn language when u hear a sound and u identify it with a specific object Lydia is a nativist - born with it Madison is cognitivism - variety of skills to learn language, apply skills to language Ryan believes language gently shapes thinking, but doesn't outright define it - linguistic relativity Linguistic determinism - language and thinking do go together Ashly finds a software claiming to improve reading speed. Should she buy it Noooo - doesn't help you remember anything Jennifer - whole word recognition Jack - phonetic decomposition Strop test - yellow is written in black, we can't not read what we see. Colors are mixed up, red, black, blue,yellow (name color) Bob created a long complex sentence, he believes no one has ever constructed this sentence in this way before. What property of language does this show - generative Lucy is asleep, she experiences bizarre images. Her limbs feel as if she is falling, someone brushes past her and she suddenly wakes up. She is unsure if she was sleeping - stage one of sleep (mynolcomic jerks - feeling of falling) Circadian rhythm Melatonin Acetocolin Paradox - brain is active and our body is paralyzed Sleep apnea Freud's dream protection theory Activation synthesis Variable ratio is best - do not reinforce in a pattern (every five times) or every time Psychoactive drugs - alter our consciousness The women has more fat and less water, harder to dilute the alcohol

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