5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- confirmation bias
- working backwards
- anchoring bias
- a Ignoring or finding fault with information that does not fit our opinions, and seeking information with which we agree.
- b Cognitive strategies used as shortcuts to solve complex mental tasks; they do not guarantee a correct solution.
- c Mental representations of categories of items or ideas, based on experience.
- d Eliminates false starts and can only be used when the end goal is clearly specified.
- e Faulty heuristic caused by basing (anchoring) an estimate on a completely unrelated quality.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Use a word too widely.
- Inability to perceive a new use for an object associated with a different purpose.
- A knowledge cluster or general framework that provides expectations about topics, events, objects, people, and situations in one's life.
- Concepts that represent objects and events.
- The way an issue is posed; how an issue is framed can significantly affect decisions and judgments.
5 True/False questions
language → Consists of symbols that convey meaning, plus rules for combining those symbols, that can be used to generate an infinite variety of messages.
language acquisition device (LAD) → Structure in the brain innately programmed with some of the fundamental rules of grammar.
event related potentials → Brain waves shown on an EEG in response to stimulation.
syntax → The order of words in a language.
script → A knowledge cluster or general framework that provides expectations about topics, events, objects, people, and situations in one's life.