sum08mid1 - P135 Summer 2008 Intro to CognitionExam #1 (24%...

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P135 Summer 2008 Intro to CognitionExam #1 (24% of course grade) Page 1 of 10 NAME: __________________ Summer 2008: COGNITION (Van Selst) 29 +3 points (graded out of 29, 3 point bonus) MIDTERM NUMBER 1 (chapters 1-4) 24% of final grade ANSWER DIRECTLY ON THE TEST 1. Which historic figure is most associated with Functionalism? a. Descartes b. James c. Wundt d. Ebbinghaus 2. Define EITHER the term “ stages of processing or modular processing ”… expand on at least one example that clearly indicates your understanding of the term and how the concept has been used to further our understanding of cognitive operations 3. What psychological perspective is the phrase “the whole is often not predictable from the sum of the parts” associated with? 4. Describe one empirical finding discussed in the text related to the concept of “blindsight”
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Page 2 of 10 NAME: __________________ 5. Draw a picture of the Brain. a. Label the four lobes of the neocortex and the lobe underlying them b. For each of three of the five lobes indicate at least one (cognitive) function specifically associated with that lobe. c. Draw the cerebellum, indicate at least one function associated with it. 6. Atkinson & Shiffrin’s Symbolic Model has become known as the
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