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exam 3 summer 2007

exam 3 summer 2007 - Which two could you apply to your...

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Exam 3 You will answer four questions. From Part I you will answer all 3 questions and from Part II, you will pick one. Your answers are to be typed. Please copy the questions and then type your answer beneath the question. Each question is worth 25 points. Your response should be complete, descriptive and thoughtful. There is no minimum length for each answer. However, incomplete answers will result in loss of points. Part I 1. Describe and discuss the characteristics of the Dual-Store Model in terms of its capacity, duration, and storage mode. 2. Describe and discuss the stages of self-regulatory ability. Provide examples of what happens at each stage. 3. Describe and discuss the Stress Reaction Model. In your discussion, illustrate the concept by going through the steps using a stressful event (not one mentioned in the book), the individual’s perception, and then subsequent reactions. Part II Pick One 1. List the six characteristics of self-directed learners
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Unformatted text preview: . Which two could you apply to your everyday learning and study behaviors to become a more independent learner? Explain. 2. Choose a specific course or subject area that is moderately difficulty for you. Then list the five principles for connecting theory/research to practical learning. Which two principles could you apply to help you increase your understanding and academic performance in this course/subject area? Explain. 3. Compare and contrast the authors’ six strategies for increasing the motivation to Branden’s six practices for building self-esteem. Which ones do they have in common and which ones are unique? 4. Of the two cognitive stress management strategies discussed – refuting irrational breaking the worry cycle – which one would be most useful in helping you manage or reduce your academic-related stress? Why? Provide specific examples to support your choice. [email protected]
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