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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Deductive reasoning
  2. Semantic Slanting
  3. Reasoning
  4. Language
  5. Compensatory Decision Models
  1. a Allows attractive attributes to compensate for unattractive attributes
  2. b Draw conclusions from a set of assumptions
  3. c Deliberately choosing words to create emotional responses
  4. d System of symbols, sounds, meanings and rules combination that allow for communication among humans
  5. e The process by which we generate and evaluate arguments

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The hypothesis that one's language determines the nature of one's thoughts (Whorf)
  2. Prevents problem solving, we have a tendency to rely on a a single function for an object and not consider other uses for it
  3. Decision making based on the fact that things which are easily recalled seem to be typical/common
  4. Grammatical rules that are incorrectly generalize irregular cases where they do not apply Ex: "The girl GOED home"
  5. A methodical, step by step procedure for trying all possible alternatives to solve a problem

5 True/False questions

  1. Noncompensatory Decision ModelsDo not allow some attributes to compensate for others


  2. Expressive LanguageThe ability to produce language


  3. BilingualAbility to speak two languages


  4. Receptive LanguageThe ability to comprehend, process, and integrate the meaning of language


  5. FramingThe process by which we generate and evaluate arguments


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