HPSLSQ109ff2010 - HUMAN PROBLEM SOLVING FINAL SET OF...

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HUMAN PROBLEM SOLVING 11/22/2010 FINAL SET OF LECTURE STUDY QUESTIONS. With this set, you will have all the text and lecture study questions for the final. The Final will only cover material presented after the Midterm. L. 109 What do the letters TOT stand for? Suppose you are in a TOT state about a word. What are some of the properties of the word that you may well be able to guess accurately? Answer: first letter, long or short word. L110. How do episodic memory and semantic memory differ? L111. What does ‘source memory’ refer to? Hint: when we receive information is comes to us in some way. L112. The TLC (Teachable Language Comprehender) has trouble with some questions that the Spreading Activation Model can handle. What sort of questions? Answer:
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Unformatted text preview: Questions calling for a no’ answer like ‘Do sharks fly?’ L113. In a multidimensional semantic space representation of the terms in a category (for example the animal category) what property of the location of a pair of animals in the space determines how ‘similar’ they are perceived to be? L. 114. According to Rosch what property of ‘natural categories’ is different from artificial categories defined by Boolean logical rules (like the ones depicted in Box 4.5, 4.8, or the THOG problem from class)? L115. For an everyday category like ‘tools’ or ‘furniture’ be able to exhibit the difference between instances at the ‘superordinate’, ‘basic’, and ‘subordinate’ levels....
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