Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language (AP Psychology): Questions 93 - 97 of 100

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Question number: 93

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

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Concept formation refers to

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a.

the application of transformation rules to basic sentences.

b.

non-organized experiences leading to non-meaningful categories.

c.

inductive as opposed to deductive thinking.

d.

organizing experiences into meaningful categories.

Question number: 94

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

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Thought that is intuitive, haphazard, or personal is termed

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illogical thought.

b.

apparent thought.

c.

inductive thought.

d.

deductive thought.

Question number: 95

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Problem Solving & Creativity

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A student who takes a multiple-choice test by reading the stem of each item, generating the correct response before looking at the choices, and then choosing the response closest to the answer is using

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an “ideal” solution.

b.

vicarious problem solving.

c.

a heuristic.

d.

a semantics.

Question number: 96

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Language » Development

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A set of rules for structuring sentences is called

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semantics.

b.

linguistic determinants.

c.

morphemes.

d.

grammar.

Question number: 97

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Problem Solving & Creativity

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Psychologist Wolfgang Kohler believed that the solution of a multiple-stick problem in chimpanzees revealed

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an ability for versatile and appropriate behavior to changing circumstances.

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a capacity for observational learning.

c.

a capacity for insight.

d.

the same problem solving abilities in chimps as in gorillas.

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