Question 1
1 out of 1 points
A stimulus that does not elicit any noticeable response, even though it is
perceived by an organism, is known as a(n)_.
Selected
Answer:
a.
neutral stimulus
Answers:
a.
neutral stimulus
b.
conditioned
stimulus
c.
unconditione
4. Between Chance and Kohn, which of the two positions do you find most
persuasive? Explain your choice.
Both Chance and Kohn make valid points regarding rewards. As an educator, I agree with Kohn,
and I find that rewards can be used to control behaviors,
Higherorder cognitive processes are actually mental actions (i.e. cognitive processes)
that are combinations of basic cognitive processes (basic processes include, selective
perception processes (attention and perception), encoding, compilation, and retr
Running head: FINAL ASSIGNMENT
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Psychology Applied to Learning Final Assignment
Jonathan
Greco:
School
Probation
Officer
FINAL ASSIGNMENT
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Jonathan Greco has been a juvenile probation officer for five years. He initially got into the field
because he wa
stable VS. UNSTABLE attribution,
Researchers also distinguish between stable and unstable attributions.
When people make a stable attribution, they infer that an event or
behavior is due to stable, unchanging factors. When making
an unstable attribution,
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When applying different methods in the classroom, I think Readers Theater would be
the most effective. Once I complete my Bachelors degree, I want to become a
kindergarten teacher. Most of the kids coming in to kinder may not be able to read and
write
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Cognitive Learning Theory:
Ms. Pascal is teaching a lesson to her math class on the calculation of the area of
triangles. She begins the class by reviewing methods for calculating the area of squares and
rectangles, which were covered in the previous less
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Exam 2
EPS 324 Spring 2017
Please answer 6 of the 10, your choice. Please provide the number of the
question when starting your response.
1.Many cognitive psychologists believe that human memory has three
components. Describe each of these components, inc
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Angela Mitchell
Course: ECI 300
Instructor: Jane GeampaMartin
Reflection for the Signature Assignment
Cordiality or Number and Operation Base Ten with children Literature.
For this lesson, I choose to do all addition books all from different authors. Aft
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Vignette for Motivation Theory
Mr. Begay is concerned about the motivation of several of his fourth grade students, David,
Jenelle, Kira, and Sam.
David is usually a highperforming student, but when it comes to math, he just doesnt seem
to have any confi
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Vignette for Developmental Theory
Mrs. Jennings is a kindergarten grade teacher, and her students are five and six year olds. As
she teaches her students to read and write, she typically encounters some of the same
issues year after year. For example, whe
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Spring 2016 EPS 324
Exam #1
Answer 6 of the 8.
1.
A psychologist conducts a research study and finds that children who
have been regularly abused at home have more difficulty in school
than nonabused children.
a. Is this a descriptive, correlational, or
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This Math lesson is on the 3 types of Angles
Subject:
Math
Grades:
5, 6
Title The 3 types of angles
By Takako Jackson
Subject Math
Grade Level 5th or 6th
Goal: TLW understand the three types of angles.
Objectives: TLW identify the three types of angles.
T
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Earth and Space Reflection
My group did our lesson on the structure of the earth I feel that I lesson plan was appropriate for
7 grade. In the Engagement part of the lesson we show our students a quick YouTube clip. After the
video the student had to take
Modules 10 and 11 Due May 7
Question 1
The opening article describes why the author feels that a persons mindset is more important than their
skill set. This is counter to what many educators have said, and the way many classes are organized.
Why would t
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D.
D.
CLUSTER3QUIZ
psychosocialdevelopment
ErikErikson
E.
marginality
JeanPhinney
G.
identityachievement
JamesMarcia
C.
socialcontexts
Urie
Bronfenbrenne
r
D.
roleconfusion
ErikErikson
B.
moraldevelopment
Lawrence
Kohlberg
B.
postconventional
Lawrence
Koh
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OBJECTIVITY AND SUBJECTIVITY
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*
ou do not have to read very widely in the contemporary methodological or theoretical literature pertaining to research in the pure and
applied social sciences in order to discover that the topic of objectivity
is causing
The Nature and Purpose of Assessment
By John R. McClure
This course is intended to provide an introduction into the concepts and issues of
assessment, and is intended to serve the needs of three groups of learners. The first group
includes those students
Appendix 1
Statistics for People Who Are
Sure They Cant Learn Statistics
The short explanations of standard deviation (page 44), correlation
(page 67), and regression (page 122) should be satisfactory for people
who are at home with math but never took a
Symbols and Formula in Psychological Assessment
By John R. McClure
Conventions for Symbols in Statistics and Psychometrics
The purpose of this paper is to provide a summary of the conventions commonly
used to govern the use of symbols in statistics and ps
A Brief Review of Descriptive Statistics
By John R. McClure
A Brief Review of Descriptive Statistics
By John R. McClure (2010)
Statistics are a set of mathematical procedures that are used to find patterns in data.
CHAPTER 3
Classical Theory
I he classical theory (Gulliksen, 1950) is the earliest theory of measurement. Despite the development of the more comprehensive and sophisticated generalizability and item response theories in the past two to three
decades, the
3
A Brief Introduction
to Generalizability Theory
Bruce Thompson
Texas A&M University
and
Baylor College of Medicine
Abstract
Generalizability theory is an important "modern" measurement theory.
"G" theory has important advantages over classical test theo
EPS 664: Estimating Reliability for Criterionreference Tests
By John R. McClure
You will remember that the final portion of the assessment process is the
evaluation of scores. In all cases the evaluation requires judging the scores by comparing
them to s
Lesson 2 The Nature and Purpose of Assessment
Primary Readings: McClure (2009)a The Nature and Purpose of Assessment
Furr and Barharach Chapter 1
Optional Readings: Phillips (2009) Objectivity and Subjectivity