P11B+Study+guide+2+Winter+2008

P11B+Study+guide+2+Winter+2008 - Psychology Fundamentals...

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Psychology Fundamentals P11B/Psych 9B Winter 2008 Study Guide for Exam 2 Important Note: The purpose of this study guide is to give you a rough idea of the types of material that will be on the first exam. There are questions on the exam that are not on this study guide. There are questions on this study guide that do not appear on the exam. Please bring to the exam Scantron Form F-158 (a red and white 5” x 11” inch form), two sharpened Number 2 pencils, and your UCI Student ID card. Thinking What are the major theories of emotion? What evidence was discussed that supports or conflicts with these theories? How are emotional and cognitive development related? What explains humor and its development? How is knowledge represented? For example, analogical representations, symbolic representations, mental images, spatial reasoning. How is knowledge organized in memory? What are effective techniques for solving problems? What are obstacles to solving
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PSYC 9C taught by Professor Dontremember during the Winter '08 term at UC Irvine.

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