← Cognition Unit Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Babbling Stage
- Functional Fixedness
- Confirmation Bias
- a Tendency to think about farmiliar objects in farmiliar rather than creative way.
- b A methodical, logical rule or procedure that cannot fail to produce a correct solution to a problem, if a solution exists.
- c Tendency to seek evidence and reach conclusions that support our hypothesis/beliefs rather than refute them.
- d Rules that govern the formation of phrases and sentences in a language.
- e Infants of all nationalities begin with same babbling sounds.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A category of objects, events, or ideas that have common properties.
- When what we already know and believe biases or distorts our logical reasoning process.
- Sudden understanding about what is required to solve a problem.
- Inability to see problem from a new perspective.
- A time saving mental shortcut used in reasoning, but also prone to error.
5 True/False Questions
Anchoring Heuristic → Judgements are based on information that is most easily brought to mind.
One-word stage → Stage where children tend to use one word at a time. (~12-18 months)
Framing → Way an issue is posed; can affect judgements and decisions about that issue (commonly expoited in advertising and politics.)
Words → Unit of language composed of oen or more morphemes.
Avalability Heuristic → Base certain judgements on existing information.