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Sample Questions Intro to Cognitive Psychology: PSC 100 Note: These questions are provided to give you information about the format of questions that will appear on the exam. They provide no information about the topics that will be covered. 1. The goal of the structuralist movement is analogous to which of the following? (a) Scientists study an assembled jigsaw puzzle in order to understand each piece. (b) Scientists study each piece of a jigsaw puzzle in order to understand the whole puzzle. (c) Scientists experiment with different ways that a jigsaw puzzle could be assembled. (d) Scientists examine the puzzle as a whole to understand the puzzle as a whole. 2. A boxer wakes up from a knock-out blow and discovers that he is blind. A doctor later determines that his eyes and his optic nerves are undamaged. What parts of his brain were most likely damaged when he was knocked out? (a) the frontal lobes (b) the parietal lobes (c) the temporal lobes (d) the occipital lobes 3. George is 22 years old. He was in a car accident and sustained considerable brain damage. His memory was affected such that he has no recollection of any event that occurred in the 3-weeks before the accident. Which of the following is likely true? (a) He sustained damage in both the left and right hippocampus. (b)
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course CHEM 2C 2c taught by Professor Toupadakis during the Spring '11 term at UC Davis.

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