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Unformatted text preview: Cognition- mental processes that are involved in acquiring, storing, retrieving and using information Imagery- the representation in the mind of a sensory experience Representativeness Heuristics- the resemblance of a new situation to that of an older situations Framing- the way information is presented so as to emphasize either a potential gain or loss as the outcome. Algorithm- a systematic step-by-step procedure that guarantees a solutions to a given problem Psycholinguistics- the study of how language is produced and used Syntax- specifies the rules for arranging and combining words Humans are the only animal capable of speech Norms- How many correct each age group Standardization- norms for comparing score of people who take a test in the future and a set procedure for administration 70 IQ begins mental retardation The harder you work the luckier you get...
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