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PSYC 4100 K. Darnell Exam 3 Study Guide (Ch. 9, 11-12, Exam 3 CogLabs) Vocabulary . Bold terms from text, underlined terms from lecture slides, and terms written on the board; give priority to concepts that appear both in the book and in lecture. Recognize and generate terms from definitions and/or examples Generate appropriate definitions for provided terms Apply terms correctly to novel situations CogLabs . Know the background information for each study, the hypotheses being tested, the conditions being compared, the predicted pattern of results, and the observed pattern of results for our class as posted on uLearn. You should also be able to answer any of the Thought Questions from the CogLab PowerPoints in your own words. Test Yourself . Selected questions from text for each chapter covered on this exam 9.1 (p. 249-): #1-5 9.2 (p. 265): #1-4, 6 11.1 (p. 303-304): #1, 3, 5-7 11.2 (p. 320): #1-4, 6-7 12.1 (p. 339): #1-4 12.2 (p. 353): #1-3, 5, 7 Short Answer . You will be asked to respond in a well-organized essay to at least one of the following
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Unformatted text preview: questions: a. Describe three distinct ways that we use top-down knowledge to address problems with the bottom-up signal during the processing of speech. Provide examples to make clear in each case what kind of knowledge we are using and what the problem is with the bottom up signal. b. How do speech errors demonstrate the psychological reality of the different levels of language? Give examples of common types of speech errors to support your claims. c. Describe three different approaches to solving problems. Provide examples of when someone might choose to use each approach. d. Explain how Tweety Bird’s catchphrase, “I tot I taw a puddy tat!” reflects the kinds of systematic changes children make when simplifying speech. For full credit, include details about specific relevant simplification strategies and the places/manners of articulation affected by these strategies....
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