4391 ch14 -Cognitive Psychology Goodwin

4391 ch14 -Cognitive Psychology Goodwin - Concept Review...

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Concept Review History of Modern Psych, 3e: Study Guide, Chapter 14 14-1 Print out this document. After you finish reading and studying each main section of the chapter, answer the questions to test your comprehension. A. Cognitive Psychology Arrives (Again) 1. During behaviorism’s heyday, some research occurred that was distinctly cognitive in tone. Give two examples. (p. 465) 2. What was Frederick Bartlett’s opinion about the “Ebbinghaus tradition” in memory research? (p. 467) 3. What did Bartlett mean by the concept of a schema (p. 467) 4. Describe Bartlett’s “postcard” study and what he concluded from it. (p. 468) 5. Describe Bartlett’s War of the Ghosts study and what he concluded from it. (p. 469) 6. Describe the influences within psychology (especially the serial order problem) that paved the way for the development of cognitive psychology. (p. 471) 7. How was the development of cognitive psychology affected by information theory and computer science? (p. 472) - 1 -
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4391 ch14 -Cognitive Psychology Goodwin - Concept Review...

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