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prototype theory explanation-based theory classical theory exemplar theory References Multiple Choice Difficulty: Hard Learning Objective: 07-02 To be able to describe and critically evaluate different theories of knowledge representation. What is the notion that different members of a category resemble each other in different ways, thus making impossible to infer defining features known as? family resemblence exemplar defining feature prototype References Multiple Choice Difficulty: Medium Learning Objective: 07-02 To be able to describe and critically evaluate different theories of knowledge representation. Which approach to concept formation and categorisation has been favoured by philosophers, linguists, and psychologists influenced by philosophy? prototype approach explanation-based approach definitional approach exemplar approach References Multiple Choice Difficulty: Hard Learning Objective: 07-02 To be able to describe and critically evaluate different theories of knowledge representation.
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486. Award: 1.00 point 487. Award: 1.00 point 488. Award: 1.00 point What did the study by Ratneshwar et al. (2001) involving healthy and non-healthy eaters reveal about ad hoc categories? they depend upon a person's specific goal or interest the same category can contain disparate objects, such as orange, football, robin people use the same categories despite their interests healthy people could be shown to prefer a pizza to a salad References
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