5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- confirmation bias
- representativeness bias
- a Cognitive strategies used as shortcuts to solve complex mental tasks; they do not guarantee a correct solution.
- b Ignoring or finding fault with information that does not fit our opinions, and seeking information with which we agree.
- c Faulty heuristic strategy based on presumption that, once a person or event is categorized, it shares all features of other members in that category.
- d The rules of a language.
- e Smallest unit of speech with sound.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Faulty heuristic caused by basing (anchoring) an estimate on a completely unrelated quality.
- Faulty heuristic strategy that estimates probabilities based on information that can be recalled from personal experience.
- A cluster of knowledge about sequences of events and actions expected to occur in particular settings.
- Applying a grammatical rule too widely and thereby creating incorrect forms.
- Eliminates false starts and can only be used when the end goal is clearly specified.
5 True/False questions
artificial concepts → Concepts that are defined by rules.
syntax → A knowledge cluster or general framework that provides expectations about topics, events, objects, people, and situations in one's life.
morphemes → Smallest unit of speech with sound.
algorithms → Problem-solving procedures or formulas that guarantee a correct outcome if correctly applied.
linguistic relativity hypothesis → Brain waves shown on an EEG in response to stimulation.