test 3 sample possible questions (1) - Chapter 9 Concepts and Generic Knowledge 1 It seems unlikely that our conceptual knowledge is represented by

test 3 sample possible questions (1) - Chapter 9 Concepts...

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Chapter 9: Concepts and Generic Knowledge 1.It seems unlikely that our conceptual knowledge is represented by mental definitions because a.each person has his or her own idea about how concepts should be defined.b.many of our abstract concepts (e.g., justice, love, God) are difficult to define.c.it is easy to find exceptions to any proposed definition.d.most of our concepts are difficult to express in words. 3.When we say, “There is a family resemblance among all the members of the Martinez family,” we mean that 6. According to prototype theory, the prototype selected for comparison will NOT be the
10. In Trial 18 of a sentence-verification task, participants see the sentence, “A robin is a bird.” In Trial 42 they see, “A penguin is a bird.” According to prototype theory, we should expect 15. You are asked to “Name all of the professions that you can think of.” According to Rosch’s evidence, you are most likely to respond, a.first grade teacher, second grade teacher, third grade teacher . ..b.first grade teacher, neonatal nurse, psychology professor . . .c.employee, employer, part-time employee . . .d.teacher, lawyer, doctor, firefighter . . . 19. According to exemplar theory, typicality effects

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