5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is recognizing info?
- What is the hippocampus?
- What is functional fixedness?
- What is Working Memory?
- a An ability to correctly identify previously learned information
- b relating to the transmitting end of a discharge across a synapse. (2) Pertaining to or being situated at the proximal side of a synapse. -refer to the transmitting or proximal side of a synapse, such as a presynaptic cell (e.g. a neuron) which releases neurotransmitters that bind with the receptors of a postsynaptic cell (e.g. a muscle cell, a gland cell or a neuron).- refers to the axonal end of the neuron where the synapse may be inhibited or stimulated to release neurotransmitters.
- c A brain structure associated with emotion and the transfer of information from short term memory to long term memory
- d Another name for short term memory, especially as it is used for thinking and problem solving
- e rigidity in problem solving caused by an inability to see new uses for familiar objects. Ex Tacks/candle problem
5 Multiple choice questions
- Any chemical released by a neuron that alters activity in other neurons
- A test (such as IQ test) designed to minimize the importance of skills and knowledge that may be more common in some cultures then in others.
- A statistical relationship in which move in opposite directions together
- Motivation, special talents, off campus learning, creativity, a nurturing envirorment
5 True/False questions
Please be able to recognize or provide an example of retrograde amnesia. → Not being able to recognize the correct penny,
What is a deprived environment? → In development, the loss or withholding or normal stimulation, nutrition, comfort, love, and so forth: a condition of lacking.
What is mental age? → An overall capacity to think rationally, act purposefully, and deal effectively with the environment.
What is selective attention? → Giving priority, usually voluntarily, to a particular incoming sensory message
What is Piaget's Preoperational stage of cognitive development? → Period of intellectual development during which children became able to use the concepts of time, space, volume, and number, but in ways that remain simplified and concrete rather than abstract.