5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is an experiment?
- What is framing?
- What is iconic memory?
- How does encoding failure cause us to forget information?
- a Failure to store sufficient information to form a useful memory
- b A mental image or visual representation
- c In thought, the terms in which a problem is stated or the way in which it is structured
- d A formal trial undertaken to confirm or disconfirm hypothesis about cause and effect
- e The microscopic space between 2 neurons over which messages pass
5 Multiple choice questions
- Not being able to recognize the correct penny,
- An overall capacity to think rationally, act purposefully, and deal effectively with the environment.
- receive messages from other neurons and sends out messages of its own down a thin fiber called the axon
- Personal traits or physical properties that are influenced by many genes working in combination
- An accident or other natural event that allows the gathering of data on a psychological phenomenon of interest.
5 True/False questions
What is Working Memory? → The mental system for receiving, encoding, storing, organizing, altering, and retrieving information.
What is state-dependent learning? → Memory influenced by one's bodily state at the time of learning and at the time of retrieval. Improved memory occurs when the bodily states match
bodily kinesthetic, → Quick, impulsive thought that does not make use of formal logic or reasoning.
How many different intelligences does Gardner believe exist? → Pay attention only to relevant information, ignore all other information and distractions, helps to solve problems
The right hemisphere? → A sudden mental re organization of a problem that makes the solution obvious.