08_Thinking, Language, Intelligence

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Thinking, Language, Intelligence (Modules 29-33) 1. What is cognition? 2. What strategies do we use to solve problems? 3. List and define obstacles to solving problems. 4. How do we make judgments? 5. What is a prototype? 6. What is rule of thumb characterized as? 7. What does confirmation bias refer to? 8. What is availability heuristic? 9. What is belief bias? 10. What is an algorithm? 11. Define insight. 12. What is functional fixedness? 13. What is framing? 14. What elements are found in all languages? 15. What are the stages of learning language? 16. What is a phoneme? 17. What does syntax refer to? 18. What is the one-word stage? 19. Between the two of them (Chomsky or Skinner) who would side with nature and who would side with nurture? 20. What does semantics refer to? 21. What is the earliest speech stage? 22. What does telegraphic speech refer to? 23. What supports the notion of a critical period in language development? 24. Does language influence thinking alone or is it vice versa or is it both?
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  • Spring '08
  • Valdivinos
  • Intelligence quotient, General intelligence factor, confirmation bias refer

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