_____ 4. When you were accepted to Vanderbilt, you were able to visit and walk all over campus prior
to making your decision. Now, it’s the first day of classes. You know that your first class is in
Wilson, your second at Blair, and your third on the Peabody campus. A fellow freshman has the same
schedule, but wasn’t able to visit campus prior to coming here. You arrive at each class ahead of your
classmate. Your navigational efficiency is probably due to
a. social learning.
b. place conditioning.
c. latent learning.
_____ 5. Sam is given 10 minutes to remember the following nonsense syllables: FET, LAH, RUP,
NOL, WEP, NIV, WEZ, LOR, TER. In order of
best to worst recall
, he will be most likely to remember
which of the following (for convenience, the choices are lumped into groups of three)?
a. WEZ, LOR, TER // FET, LAH, RUP // NOL, WEP, NIV
b. FET, LAH, RUP // NOL, WEP, NIV // WEZ, LOR, TER
c. WEZ, LOR, TER // NOL, WEP, NIV // FET, LAH, RUP
d. FET, LAH, RUP // WEZ, LOR, TER // NOL, WEP, NIV
_____ 6. A figure describing Sam’s performance (question 5) would likely be consistent with
a. the serial-position effect.
b. a memory trace.
c. a forgetting curve.
d. a tuning curve.
_____ 7. Which method of problem solving is paired with an inappropriate