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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Reasoning
  2. Expressive Language
  3. Inductive reasoning
  4. Representative Heuristic
  5. Overextensions
  1. a We reason from specific observations to general propositions
  2. b Word describes wider set of objects than it is meant to
  3. c The ability to produce language
  4. d Matching an object to a "concept" or "category" without processing how likely the fit may be
  5. e The process by which we generate and evaluate arguments

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A methodical, step by step procedure for trying all possible alternatives to solve a problem
  2. Young children are able to learn the rules of language (Chomsky)
  3. Allows attractive attributes to compensate for unattractive attributes
  4. Notion of nouns, verbs, commands
  5. Sudden discovery of the correct solution

5 True/False questions

  1. MorphemesThe smallest speech units in a language that can be distinguished


  2. Semantic SlantingThe area of language concerned with understanding the meaning of words and word combinations


  3. FramingHow problems are asked can have an effect on peoples emotional response


  4. Mental SetWe have a tendency to only use solutions that have worked in the past


  5. Surface StructureParticular words used


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