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When researching cognitive psychology, which of the following are used: Question 1 options: Normal brains Abnormal brains Computers All of the above Question 2 (2 points) Saved Wundt’s Leipzig school believed consciousness to be the result of what type of processing? Question 2 options: Top-down
Bottom-up Circular Conceptually-driven Question 3 (2 points) Saved Early behaviorists emphasized the importance of Question 3 options: Consciousness Thinking Objectivity Physics Question 4 (2 points) The information about a match or mismatch
between a desired end and an existing state is called Question 4 options: Goal-directed achievement Matching hypothesis Cognitive titration Feedback Question 5 (2 points) Saved Turing believed that Question 5 options: Computers could think Computers were smarter than humans Computers were tools that input, stored, and
manipulated information Computers should technically be considered unintelligent Question 6 (2 points) Saved What is NOT an assumption commonly made by the cognitive approach to psychology? Question 6 options: Answers to basic empirical questions can be given in terms of information processing models Cognitive capacities can be regarded as relatively isolated Cognition can only be understood with reference to stimuli and response Cognitive psychology tends to focus on the individual rather than on cultural or societal factors.
Question 7 (2 points) You are at a holiday party with many family and friends. Even though there are many conversations, and it is noisy all around you, you are able to focus on the discussion with your interlocutor. This is due to the Question 7 options: Face-name mnemonic Auditory reflex Cocktail party effect Cochlear cilia Question 8 (2 points) Studies wherein subjects listen to different stimuli in each ear in order to determine how well one could attend to and remember the stimuli in each ear is called ________.
Question 8 options: Echoic memory Broadbent task Parallel processing Dichotic listening Question 9 (2 points) _____ occurs in time, whereas _____ occurs in space Question 9 options: Audition; Vision Vision; Audition Cognition; Perception Perception; Cognition
Question 10 (2 points) Perceiving something without being aware of it can be tested using ______; perceiving something without attending to it can be tested using _____. Question 10 options: Masking research; dichotic listening research Dichotic listening research; masking research Semantic research; episodic research Episodic research; semantic research Question 11 (2 points) A patient only eats food from the right half of a plate. What can you infer from this? Question 11 options: There has been damage to the frontal lobe of the brain
There has been damage to the occipital lobe of the brain There has been damage to the left lobe of the brain There has been damage to the right lobe of the brain Question 12 (2 points) Deutsch and Deutsch (1963) claim that: Question 12 options: Messages receive greater amounts of processing if they are attended to All messages receive the same amount of

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