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Chapter 8 / Exercise 15
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Chapter 8: Thinking and Intelligence, Page 268 1. What issue, related to thinking and intelligence, was exemplified in the
2. T: thinking, Page 271
3. What are the two basic types of internal representations used when we
4. T: analogical representations, Page 271
5. Hannah is 35 years. She and her boyfriend just returned from an art exhibit at the Cummer Gallery in Jacksonville, Florida. She recalled a piece of work by Henri Rousseau called "The Dream" in colorful detail as she ate dinner with her significant other. What type of internal mental representation is Hannah using as she describes the aforementioned work of art? Page 271
6. T: symbolic representations, Page 271
7. Camden is learning to play billiards. He thinks about how his knowledge of physics can help him make different types of shots. What type of internal mental representation is Camden using the think about how to play
8. What types of internal mental representations (combined) are used as mental maps? Note: 2 answers, Page 272 Page 1 of 10 GEN PSY CRQs Module 2/Test 2 SJRSC, Meehan, Fall ‘16
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9. How are schemas useful in the categorization of concepts? Note: 3 answers, Page 272-273
10. T: concept, Page 273
11. T: prototype model, Page 274
12. Diane doesn’t know what a “clunker” is, so her friend Hillary says, “You know that car Bruce has? That’s the best example of a clunker. It has all the characteristics: it’s an older car, it looks terrible, it’s always breaking down, yet it's still drivable.” Hillary’s thinking about Bruce’s clunker is based on what model of thought
13. T: exemplar model, Page 275
14. T: stereotypes, Page 276
15. Johnny is 25 years old. He is very interested in geopolitics, especially

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