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elaborative rehearsal is...

connecting new information to what is already known

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What is declarative memory and what are the 2 types?

Declarative memory is for facts and events (what can be 'declared')
Type 1: Semantic/generic memory - general world knowledge or facts (eg. the chemical table)
Type 2: Episodic memory - memories of events, thoughts and feelings, autibiographical

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If the frontal lobes are damaged, there will be deficits in...

episodic memory (of events/past), but not semantic (facts)

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Trying to remember all of my past loves is an example of what type of task?

free recall task

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Artisotle proposed a law that proposes 2 events will be associated if they are experienced close in time, it is the...

law of contiguity

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Classical conditioning was originally proposed by...

Ivan Pavlov

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Organisms learn to discriminate between 2 stimuli when they are not consistently associated with the dame...

UCS

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In a clockwork orange, his illness in response to the music was a...

CR

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The cat's hiss that you learn to jump to the side for, is the...

CS

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The dog's bark that you learnt to jump away from is the...

CS

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Expectancies that influence a wide variety of behaviours are called...

generalised expectancies

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A behaviour hat has been partially reinforced is...

more resistant to extinction than a behaviour that has been continually reinforced.

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Checking his old car for oil regularly is an example of...

negative reinforcement

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The minimum amount of physical energy needed for a person to notice a stimulus is the...

absolute threshold

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To best understand my experience of stimulus intensity in relation to the actual magnitude of the stimulus is...

fechners law

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Finger painting and mixing colours with new colours is...

subtractive colour mixture

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Perceptual expectations based on our own experience is what kind of processing model?

Top down

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Knowing someone is the same person despite changing their appearance shows...

PERCEPTUAL CONSTANCY

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The deepest stage of sleep in which sleep walking occurs is...

delta sleep

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Understanding a novel situation in terms of a familiar one is using...

analogical reasoning

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Explicit reasoning, problem solving and decision making occur in...

the frontal lobes

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What is NOT an example of problem solving?

using algorithms

23

When shown a picture of a poodle, people classify it first as...

a dog

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planning out increments to work towards a goal is using...

sub goals

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What is an important medium for thought?

language

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The rules that govern meaning rather than the order of words, phrases and sentence is called...

semantics

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We can create sentences that are grammatically correct yet completely original demonstrates...

the generativity of grammar

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Being able to write an exam question in many different ways demonstrates...

generativity