Exam 3 Study Guide

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Unformatted text preview: oint I’d like to make is as follows: Most of the students who were disappointed with their exam scores and came to my office hours to discuss how they could improve their exam scores tended to have missed many textbook- only questions and lecture questions about key experiments (typically, basic fact or memorization questions were fine). If this pattern is also applicable to you, here’s what I can recommend. For textbook- only questions, it is crucial that you read the entire assigned readings carefully once (don’t skip this process). Then, take a close look at the review questions for the textbook materials provided at the end of this study guide (pp. 4- 5). Make sure that you know which part of the readings each review question is referring to and reread the relevant section(s) until you know for sure what the answer is to each review question. Writing down the answer to each question without looking at the relevant parts of the textbook would also likely help a lot. For the questions about key experiments, pay close attention to the Key Experiments sections of the review questions for the lecture materials in this study guide (pp. 3- 4). You’ll need to know very well what each of these key experiments did and found and what those results mean (e.g., What theory or hypothe...
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/18/2014 for the course PSYC 2145 taught by Professor Cheriking during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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