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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Deductive reasoning
  2. Cognition
  3. Noncompensatory Decision Models
  4. Linguistic relativity
  5. Semantics
  1. a The area of language concerned with understanding the meaning of words and word combinations
  2. b Do not allow some attributes to compensate for others
  3. c Draw conclusions from a set of assumptions
  4. d The hypothesis that one's language determines the nature of one's thoughts (Whorf)
  5. e Mental processes of thinking

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. How problems are asked can have an effect on peoples emotional response
  2. Young children are able to learn the rules of language (Chomsky)
  3. We reason from specific observations to general propositions
  4. Lacks non-important words Ex: "Give doll"
  5. Prevents problem solving, we have a tendency to rely on a a single function for an object and not consider other uses for it

5 True/False questions

  1. LanguageAbility to speak two languages

          

  2. Confirmation BiasTendency to only seek information that is likely to support one's decisions and beliefs

          

  3. Availability HeuristicDecision making based on the fact that things which are easily recalled seem to be typical/common

          

  4. Surface StructureNotion of nouns, verbs, commands

          

  5. Representative HeuristicDecision making based on the fact that things which are easily recalled seem to be typical/common

          

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