Cognitive Psychology Homework 2
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Cognitive Psychology Homework 2

Course Number: COG COGS 121, Spring 2010

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Your text suggests that one reason why native speakers understand separate words is that #" when producing what researchers refer to as "natural speech" (like during conversations), only native speakers pronounce individual words as carefully in the conversation as they do when stating the word in isolation. %" the most frequent words (like the word "the") are pronounced by most people in the same way, so native speakers have extensive experience with these separate sounds. $" non-native speakers fail to use "accent cues" to separate words while native speakers do so easily. &" even as young children, people learn the rules about permissible beginnings and endings of words which can be used as markers for separating the sounds. !'" 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Illusory conjunctions occur #" only in patients with Balint's syndrome. %" because features exist independently of each other at the beginning of the perceptual $" &" process. because of a failure during the recognition-by-components stage of perception. only if the stimuli differ slightly in shape and size. ? (F" "Perceiving Machines" are used by the U.S. Postal service to "read" the addresses on letters and sort them quickly to their correct destinations. Sometimes, these machines cannot "read" an address, because the writing on the envelope is not sufficiently clear for the machine to "match" the writing to an "example" it has stored in "memory". Human postal workers are much more successful at reading unclear addresses, most likely because of #" top-down processing. %" repeated practice at the task. $" their in-depth understanding of principles of perception. &" bottom-up processing. (G" View invariance refers to #" pop out of a hidden object when the angle of view is changed. %" neurons in the visual cortex that respond to the direction objects are moving. $" the property that geons can be identified when viewed from different angles. &" the assumption that light is coming from above. (H" O: 51; 8/4/ -*60/,*,+ 01 9;6*$ 1, 51;4 *^1& #,& O 8#,0/& 01 >,18 318 9;$3 O $1;-& 0;4, &18, 03/ =1-;9/ %/:14/ 51; ,10*$/&P O 81;-& ,//& 01 >,18 51;47 #" 04#,6&;$0*1, 034/631-&" $" 6/,6145 034/631-&" %" &*::/4/,$/ 034/631-&" &" #%61-;0/ 034/631-&" (I" Humans perceive by using both the information that stimulates their receptors and knowledge they bring to a situation. This concept is known as #" experience-dependent discriminability. %" Gestalt psychology. $" &" feature integration theory. perceptual intelligence. (L" The process by which small objects become perceptually grouped to form larger objects is #" perceptual fusion. $" conjunction. %" perceptual discriminability. &" perceptual organization. ?N" Which heuristic prevents us from seeing things in our environment as being into chopped pieces when they are partially obscured by other objects? #" occlusion heuristic %" projection heuristic $" &" oneness heuristic illusory conjunction heuristic ?!" Which of the following statements concerning "Change Blindness" is true? #" Change blindness does not occur when observers are confident in their own abilities that %" $" &" they will notice changes to a scene. Change blindness does not disrupt our day-to-day functioning, because real-life changes are often accompanied by motion which signals a change. Change blindness does not occur when people are warned a change may occur. All of the above statements are true. ?'" 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Chapter 12 Production and Economic GrowthProductivity is an important determinant of a nations wellbeing.Determinants of ProductivityPhysical Capital- the stock of equipment and structures that are used to produce goods andservices=&gt; workers are more
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Chapter 13 Saving, Investment and the Financial SystemThe Financial SystemThe group of institutions in the economy that help to match one persons saving with another persons investment.1. Financial marketsFinancial institutions through which savers ca
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Chapter 14 The Basic Tools of FinancePresent Value: Measuring the Time Value of MoneyFuture Value: The amount of money in the future that an amount of money today will yield, given prevailing interest rates P(1+r)n Present Value: The amount of money tod
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Chapter 15 UnemploymentIdentifying UnemploymentHow is Unemployment measured?-Measured by Bureau of Labor Statistics(BLS) which is part of the Department of Labor. -Data on unemployment is produced every month (includes unemployment rate, length of aver
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Chapter 16 The Monetary SystemDouble coincidence of wants- the unlikely occurrence that two people each have a good or service that the other wants.The Meaning of MoneyMoney is the assets in an economy that people regularly use to buy goods and service
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Chapter 17 Money Growth and InflationThe Classical Theory of InflationThe Level of Prices and the Value of MoneyThe first insight about inflation is that it is more about the value of the money than the value of goods. The economys overall price level
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Chapter 19 A Macroeconomic TheorySupply and Demand for Loanable Funds and for Foreign Currency ExchangeThe Market for Loanable FundsS = I + NCO The real Interest rate in an open economy is determined by the supply and demand of its loanable funds. Nati
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Chapter 20Aggregate Demand and Aggregate SupplyRecession- a periods of declining real incomes and risings unemployment. Depression- a severe recession.Three Key Facts about Economic FluctuationsWhat are Fluctuations like?Fact 1: Economic Fluctuations
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Chapter 21 The Influence of Monetary and Fiscal Policy on Aggregate DemandHow Monetary Policy Influences Aggregate DemandThere are 3 reasons why the aggregate demand curve slopes downward: 1. The wealth effect -(least important because money holdings ar
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Computing the Price Elasticity of DemandStandard method % change in quantity demanded -% change in priceMidpoint method (Q1-Q2) / [(Q2+Q1)/2] -(P1-P2) / [(P2+P1)/2]The Income Elasticity of Demand% change in quantity demand -% change in income Normal g
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Equations 16-21Chapter 16How much money is created? Original deposit + any additional loan Money Multiplier= reciprocal of reserve ratio How much money is created by $1? $1 x money multiplier -
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