Psych Quiz 4
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Psych Quiz 4

Course Number: PSYCH 1X03, Spring 2009

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Im not sure about 4 I think im right on the restnot sure bout 5 either but I should be right. -ManVir 1. Which of the following does NOT describe the term prototype as used in psychology? a. average b. innate c. internal representation d. used for categorization 2. Which of the following is NOT true about morphemes and phonemes? a. A single morpheme always has meaning. b. Two or more morphemes can be put together...

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not Im sure about 4 I think im right on the restnot sure bout 5 either but I should be right. -ManVir 1. Which of the following does NOT describe the term prototype as used in psychology? a. average b. innate c. internal representation d. used for categorization 2. Which of the following is NOT true about morphemes and phonemes? a. A single morpheme always has meaning. b. Two or more morphemes can be put together meaningfully. c. The library of phonemes used can vary between languages. d. Two or more phonemes together will always have meaning. 3. Which of the following is NOT thought to be an innate mechanism of language development? a. Social Learning Theory b. Language Acquisition Device c. Universal Phoneme Sensitivity d. Grammar in Spontaneous Signing 4. Dr. Bartelen has a 20 year old daughter who scored 115 on the WAIS. Dr. Bartelen's father remembered doing the same test when he was about 20 and scoring 116. Based on your understanding of the IQ testing, which of the following statements is MOST likely to be true? a. Dr. Bartelen's father is more intelligent than his granddaughter. b. Dr. Bartelen is more intelligent than her father. c. Dr. Bartelen's father is not as intelligent as his granddaughter. d. Dr. Bartelen is not as intelligent as her father. 5. Shirien has been studying how intelligence can be measured. At first, she is learning about measuring intelligence, which she is able to understand fairly easily in terms of previous her knowledge. Later, as she finds several studies that show that intelligence testing may rely on cultural factors and environmental factors. These studies bring into question her previous knowledge. Which statement is most accurate? a. Shirien first assimilated a schema about intelligence and then accommodated the information on cultural and environmental factors. b. Shirien first accommodated information about intelligence into her schema and then assimilated the information on cultural and environmental factors. c. Shirien first created a schema about intelligence then accommodated the information on cultural and environmental factors. d. Shirien first assimilated information about intelligence into her schema and then accommodated the information on cultural and environmental factors. 6. Kris hears on the radio that scientists have shown that people's brains keep developing until they are approximately 25. He thinks that most of his fellow university students are still developing. After hearing the same radio show, Chet notices the adults in his class do better on exams and thinks that is because their brains are fully developed. Which statement is most accurate? a. Neither Chet nor Kris is using deductive reasoning. b. Chet is using inductive reasoning and Kris is using deductive reasoning. c. Kris is using inductive reasoning and Chet is using deductive reasoning. d. Chet and Kris are both using inductive reasoning.

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