CognitionExam1StudyGuide
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CognitionExam1StudyGuide

Course: PSYCHOLOGY 830, Spring 2009

School: Rutgers

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Guidelines for Exam 1 Scope: all the material covered since the beginning of class (including video presentations). Format: this is a closed-book exam taken in class and you will be given the entire class period. The exam will contain some (but not necessarily all) of the following: true/false statements, multiple choice questions and fill in the blank/short answers (see practice questions below). Focus: the exam...

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Guidelines for Exam 1 Scope: all the material covered since the beginning of class (including video presentations). Format: this is a closed-book exam taken in class and you will be given the entire class period. The exam will contain some (but not necessarily all) of the following: true/false statements, multiple choice questions and fill in the blank/short answers (see practice questions below). Focus: the exam is designed to test your knowledge and understanding of the material discussed during class lectures (including video presentations) and available as lecture slides posted on SAKAI. Tip: as you prepare for this exam, please make sure that you understand the general policies regarding exams and grades outlined in the syllabus. Practice questions True/false 1. An ungrammatical sentence is a sentence which is impossible to comprehend. (false) 2. Defining a set extensionally amount to providing a list of the members of that set.

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