HPSMSQ+1F10 - MSQ#1(Mayer Study Questions for Chapters...

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MSQ#1 (Mayer Study Questions for Chapters 1,2,3.) 09/23/2010 M1.1. What are the three aspects of a “problem” that Mayer discusses on p.5? M1.2. .What is the basic difference between the notions “thinking is behavior” and “thinking is inferred from behavior?” (Incidentally a lot of insight into psychological theory is contained in a proper understanding of this question). M1.3. What does Aristotle’s “Doctrine of association by contiguity” refer to? What is “thinking” for Aristotle? M1.4. Why did the British associationists believe that thinking should produce imagery? What is the Empiricist view of the origin of our knowledge? M1.5. What aspect of thought process did Selz introduce that was not evident in associationistic doctrine before him. M1.6. What was the main impact on the topic of thinking by the behavioristic movement in psychology? M2.1. What is a puzzle box for Thorndike? What sorts of subjects did Thorndike study in puzzle boxes? M2.2. Be able to recognize Thorndike’s “law of effect.” How does the law of effect differ
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