•Which of the following is the correct sequence of phases for understanding observational learning? 1a) attention, retention, motivation, reproduction2b) motivation, retention, reproduction, attention3c) motivation, attention, reproduction, retention4d) attention, retention, reproduction, motivation •In Bandura's classic study on modeling, children who observed a film of an aggressive adult being punished: •Which of the following illustrates Bandura's concept of self-regulation?
•Which of the following would be the most effective to help children engage in self-regulated learning when completing long or complex tasks? •Which of the following is an example of removal punishment? 1a) Response cost2b) Loss of recess3c) Seatbelt buzzer4d) Fine Chapter 6 Information Processing and Cognitive Theories of Learning Multiple Choice Questions •When the senses receive stimuli, the mind immediately begins working on some of them. Therefore, the sensory images of which we are conscious are not exactly the same as what we saw, heard, or felt. Which of the following terms relates most closely to these statements? •Which of the following statements about attention is accurate? 4d) Attention is the mental repetition of information.•What is the name for the component of memory that holds current thoughts?
3 c) Episodic memory 4
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