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Add, modify, and remove questions. Select a question type from the Add Question drop-down list and click Go to add questions. Use Creation Settings to establish which default options, such as feedback and images, are available for question creation. TEST BANK > CONTROL PANEL > POOL MANAGER > POOL CANVAS Pool Canvas Add Calculated Formula Creation Settings Name Chapter 9b--Cognition, Language, Creativity, and Intelligence Description Instructions Modify Add Question Here Question 1 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question While reading a book about Sigmund Freud, you come upon the term psychosomatic. You cannot quite figure out the meaning of the word from the context in which it is used, and so you bring to mind your rudimentary knowledge of the parts of the word. You know that psycho has to do with the mind or with thinking, and you also know that somatic has to do with the body. Looking back at the book, you come to the conclusion that psychosomatic has to do with the mind's influence on one's physical state. You have just relied on selective Answer attention. encoding. comparison. solving strategies. Add Question Here Question 2 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You are trying to determine which of two terms is related to identical twins. You see "monozygotic" and "dizygotic. You remember that a zygote is formed from one egg and one sperm and that "mono" means one and "di" means two. Identical twins would have to result from the same egg and the same sperm, thus one zygote. Using old information to derive the meaning of "monozygotic"and "dizygotic" illustrates the use of Answer selective comparison. selective attention. selective combination. selective encoding. Add Question Here Question 3 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You are given the problem of building a structure that can support an overcoat in the middle of a room and are given only two long sticks and a clamp to work with. You are more likely to solve this problem if you first thought of how pole lamps are wedged between floor and ceiling. Using your previous knowledge of pole lamps to solve the coat rack problem is an example of Answer selective comparison. selective attention. selective combination. selective encoding. Add Question Here Question 4 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question That people use fables and stories from their particular culture to solve new problems, such as using the Hansel and Gretel story to solve the cave problem in your textbook, illustrates the use of Answer selective intuition. selective comparison. selective combination. selective encoding. Add Question Here Question 5 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A student uses a Chinese fable about how villagers were able to weigh an elephant to solve the problem regarding how much gold would match a statue’s weight without using a balance scale. The student is using Answer selective intuition.
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  • Spring '12
  • BORIDERI
  • Psychology, Thought, Archimedes

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