Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language-Thinking & Cognition (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 12 - 16 of 22

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Question number: 12

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Thinking & Cognition » Decision Making

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If 98 out of 100 people respond “Golden Retriever” when asked to name what dog best represents the concept “dog, ” then a golden retriever would be called a

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

connotative concept.

b.

feature.

c.

prototype.

d.

denotative concept.

e.

relational concept.

Question number: 13

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

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The kind of conflict experienced by a student who simultaneously wants to watch a late night movie on television and get a good night’s sleep is best described as:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Double approach-avoidance

b.

Approach - double avoidance

c.

Approach-Approach

d.

Approach-avoidance

e.

Avoidance-Avoidance

Question number: 14

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The inability to see new uses for familiar objects is termed

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

proactive inhibition.

b.

flexible thinking.

c.

interference.

d.

non-flexible thinking.

e.

functional fixedness.

Question number: 15

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A concept referring to an object having at least one of a number of features is a ________ concept.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

relational

b.

disjunctive

c.

abstract

d.

conjunctive

e.

categorical

Question number: 16

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You are daydreaming in the middle of a lecture. Are you actually thinking?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Cannot be determined.

b.

No, but daydreaming is an example of cognition.

c.

Yes.

d.

No.

e.

Yes, you are thinking and daydreaming is an example of cognition.

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