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5 Matching questions

  1. How else can researchers ensure that a sample resembles the population as closely as possible?
  2. What is Short-Term Memory (STM)?
  3. What is cue-dependent forgetting (or remembering)?
  4. What is an algorithm?
  5. How can selective encoding affect problem solving?
  1. a The memory system used to hold small amounts of information in our conscious awareness for about 12 seconds
  2. b Pay attention only to relevant information, ignore all other information and distractions, helps to solve problems
  3. c set of rules that always leads to the correct solution of a problem.
  4. d "Tip of your tongue" a stimulus associated with a particular memory. Memory cues usually enhance retrieval
  5. e Use a large sample group

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Quick, impulsive thought that does not make use of formal logic or reasoning.
  2. The way a question is phrased or worded
  3. Biased more towards white middle class
  4. When a child learns that when you cover an object with your hand, the object has not disappeared, it is just hidden from view.
  5. Semantic is more easily forgotten then episodic

5 True/False questions

  1. Please be able to recognize or provide examples of repression.A traumatic childhood experience, or a rape

          

  2. Approximately what percentage of adult intelligence comes from heredity (genes)?Moral thinking based on carefully examined and self-chosen moral principles. "he should steal the drug, and then inform the authorities that he has done so. He will have to face the penalty but also saved a human life" only 3-11% reach this stage

          

  3. interpersonal.Areas on the surface of neurons and other cells that are sensitive to neurotransmitters or hormones.

          

  4. DendritesAreas on the surface of neurons and other cells that are sensitive to neurotransmitters or hormones.

          

  5. What is an authoritarian parenting style? Please be able to recognize or provide examples of an authoritarian parenting style. How do children raised by authoritarian parents behave?Parents who enforce rigid rules and demand strict obedience to authority. Children have few rights but adult-like responsibilities. Children are usually obedient and self controlled, emotionally stiff, withdrawn, apprehensive, and lacking curiosity. "Do it because I said so"

          

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