sum08mid3 - P135 Summer 08 Introduction to Cognition Exam...

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P135 Summer 08 Exam #3 (14% of course grade) Name: ________________ Introduction to Cognition Dr. Van Selst Page 1 of 6 14% of final grade, (17 points graded out of 15) 1) Multiple Choice i) Consider this problem and the conclusion provided If it is foggy, flights out of SFO are delayed; Flights are delayed Thus, It is foggy. a. Deny the Antecedent b. Affirm the Antecedent c. Deny the Consequent d. Affirm the Consequent ii) Making a decision based on ease of retrieval of relevant examples from memory. This is an informal approach that can be extremely useful in many situations, but which sometimes produces the wrong answer. a. Representativeness b. Bayes Theorem c. Availability d. Algorithm 2) Using Technical terms, Describe what Luchin’s (1942) "Water Jug Experiment" (as discussed in class and in the text) illustrates AND how it illustrates it. 3) Identify four characteristics of “CREATIVE INDIVIDUALS” (as discussed in class and/or the text) i) ii) iii) iv)
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