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AP Psychology Thinking & Language Study Guide (Chapter 10) Due Date (In Class):  December 21, 2006 Deadline (In Class):   December 22, 2006 20 possible points Name __________________________
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Period __________    Vocabulary – Briefly define each term on a separate sheet of paper and                            staple  it to the end of the packet. cognition belief perseverance concept artificial intelligence prototype computer neural networks algorithm language heuristic phoneme insight morpheme confirmation bias grammar fixation semantics mental set syntax functional fixedness babbling stage representative heuristic one-word stage availability heuristic two-word stage overconfidence telegraphic speech framing linguistic relativity belief bias Briefly answer each of the following questions. 1. Thinking A. Concepts Q. How do concepts help us to simplify the world around us                              and bring order to it?
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