← general psych ch.7 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- backward search
- means-end analysis
- mental retardation
- problem solving
- a start with your goal and work backwards ex: what do I want my daily life to be like in 10 years?
- b IQ ranges from 40-55
- c subnormal intelligence reflected by an IQ below 70 and by adaptive functioning that is severely deficient for one's age
- d process of cognition that occurs when a goal must be reached by thinking and behaving in certain ways
- e a heuristic strategy in which the current position is compared with the desired goal and a series of steps are formulated and taken to close the gap between them ex taking the time to find the best way to get from here to my goal
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the ability to deal w/ new and different concepts and to come up w/ new ways of solving problems e.g refers to divergent thinking
- is a problem having only one answer, and all the lines of thinking will eventually lead back to that single answer; using previous knowledge and logic
- problem solving method in which one possible solution after another is tried until a successful one is found...also known as mechanical solution ex: if someone forgets their pin# for online banking they will try one combination after another until they find the correct one
- a mental category used to represent a class or group of objects, people, organizations, events, situations, or relations that share common characteristics or attributes.
- the ability to produce original, appropriate, and valuable ideas and/or solutions to problems
5 True/False Questions
The IDEAL → Identify, Define, Explore, Act, Look back
Gardners Multiple Intelligences → the ability to deal w/ new and different concepts and to come up w/ new ways of solving problems e.g refers to divergent thinking
divergent thinking → the ability to produce multiple ideas, answers, or solutions to a problem for which there is no agreed-on solution
profound → the 2% of the population falling on the upper end of the normal curve and typically possessing an IQ of 130 or above
imagery → the representation in the mind of a sensory experience-visual, auditory, gustatory, motor, olfactory, or tactile.