sum08mid2 - Van Selst Psyc 135 Introduction to Cognitive...

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Van Selst Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Summer 2008 Name: ____________ Psyc 135 Midterm 2, chapters 5-8 (24% of final grade) page 1 of 6 Midterm 2: 29 points total, graded out of 26; 24% of final grade 1. Choose the single best correct answer a. Declarative Memory = _____ b. Semantic Memory = _____ c. Nondeclarative Memory = _____ 1. Stores knowledge of concepts and facts 2. Refers to skills and conditioned responses 3. Personally experienced events (only) 4. Same as explicit memory 5. Retrograde amnesia 2. What do these differences between “Remember” and “Know” judgments illustrate with respect to Memory Representation? (use technical terms to indicate what each of remember and know judgments are associated with) 3. What are the two problems with Craig and Lockhart’s “Depth of Processesing” (a.k.a., Levels of processing) framework? List and define each. i) ii) 4. Draw a semantic network model, describe how it operates and describe predictions that could be made based on the model. (use technical terms, identify the features of the model) 5. DEFINE each of: (i) the dual-coding hypothesis (ii) functional equivalency in vision (iii) conceptual-propositional hypothesis
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Van Selst Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Summer 2008 Name: ____________ Psyc 135 Midterm 2, chapters 5-8 (24% of final grade) page 2 of 6 6. Kintch identifies memory encoding and retrieval as depending on Memory Reconstruction, Memory Reporduction, and Memory Construction (at encoding).
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