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1 John Miyamoto Email: jmiyamot@u.washington.edu http://faculty.washington.edu/jmiyamot/p355/p355-set.htm Psych 355: Cognitive Psychology Winter 2006 * This is Quiz 1 from winter quarter 2006. Quiz 1: Chapter 1 of Anderson NAME: U W I D : Instructions: This quiz has 2 total pages. · Check that your copy of the quiz has all pages before starting. Indicate your answers by circling the correct response. You are not allowed to use any books, notes, computers or other electronic devices for this exam. 1. From a theoretical standpoint, the biggest difference between behaviorist theories and cognitive theories is: a) Behaviorist theories predict the behavior of rats; cognitive theories predict the behavior of humans. b) Behaviorist theories attempt to explain how learning occurs; cognitive theories attempt to explain how perception, attention, memory, and reasoning occurs. c) Behaviorist theories avoid hypotheses about unobservable mental processes; cognitive theories include hypotheses about unobservable mental processes. d)
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2009 for the course PSYCH 355 taught by Professor Miyamoto during the Winter '08 term at University of Washington.

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