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Question number: 855

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Thinking & Cognition » Forming Judgments

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Thought that involves going from general principles to specific situations is called ________ reasoning.

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Choice (5)Response

a.

convergent

b.

intuitive

c.

divergent

d.

inductive

e.

deductive

Question number: 856

» Developmental Psychology » Developmental Theories » Stability & Change

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Understanding that while the shape of an object may change, the mass of the object stays the same is an example of

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a.

object permanence.

b.

conservation.

c.

accommodation.

d.

a schema.

e.

convergence.

Question number: 857

» Developmental Psychology » Developmental Theories » Continuity & Stages

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Which of the following theorists is most closely associated with a theory of cognitive development?

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a.

Kohut

b.

Skinner

c.

Kohlberg

d.

Piaget

e.

Erikson

Question number: 858

» Sensation & Perception » Perceptual Processes » Gestalt's Psychology's Contribution to Understanding Perception

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Closure, nearness, similarity, and continuation are categories of

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perceptual integration.

b.

cognitive organization.

c.

perceptual interpretation.

d.

perceptual (Gestalt) organization.

e.

cognitive style.

Question number: 859

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Memory » Storing & Retaining

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What is the correct input order, as per the information-processing model?

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a.

Store information, retrieve upon demand, encode necessary information

b.

Encode in sensory memory, encode in short-term memory, encode in long-term memory

c.

Encode semantically, retrieve elaborately, store information

d.

Encode with sensory receptors, store information, retrieve upon demand

e.

Retrieve from long-term memory, encode in short-term memory, encode in sensory memory

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