1. A definitional approach is inadequate to explain our understanding of concepts and categories.
learning a definition for some new concept is a good place to start, but you shouldnt be
fooled into thinking that
1. There are some ways in which the limits of a jurors memory are strained during a long trial.
One way a jurors memory can be strained is because in most cases jurors are not allowed to take
notes. This could str
Chapter 3 Critical Questions
1. Feature based recognition works by first identifying the inputs parts, then these parts are then
assembled into larger and larger wholes until the entire input is identified (Reisberg, 2011).
1. Data supports a double dissociation between explicit and implicit memory. What is double
dissociation? Double association is an overall pattern of evidencewith some factors
influencing one sort of memory but no
Critical Questions 1
1. General or Advanced Placement Psychology is the prerequisite for every upper level
psychology course. I have taken both of these courses and they are defiantly the basis for all the
psychology I know. Whats c
Dr. Joanna Salapska-Gelleri
1. The claims derived from introspection are not testable or scientific. The key lies in the
idea that science cannot be based just on someones opinions about the world or on
Chapter 4 Critical Questions
1. ADHD stands for Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactive Disorder. The disorder is characterized by a
number of behavioral problems, including impulsivity, constant fidgeting, and diff
Ch. 2 Critical Questions
1. Control conditions are essential to the design of a good experiment because of confounds.
Confounds make it hard to interpret data and say what is really causing the effect of th