Objectives: Chapter 7
1. What are the three stages of memory?
Sensory, short term, long term
What is the 3-stage processing model of memory proposed by Atkinson & Shiffrin?
What is sensory memory? What are the two types of sensory memory we c
Assignments Quizzes ReviewTestSubmission:Quiz9
Circumstantiality: Point of convo eventually reached but with overinclusion of trivial or irrelevant details.
Tangential: Point of convo never reached 2/2 lack of goal-directed associations btwn ideas; responses in ballpark.
Insomnia is not a criterion for mania.
Insomnia is a complaint of the problematic inability to sleep.
This is in contrast to mania, where pts feel well-rested despite a decreased need for sleep.
Impulsive (unrestrained buying sprees, sexual
What To Bring To Orientation
p Copy of any College Transcripts, CLEP, IB, and AP
scores (if applicable)
p Proof of Immunization Records & Insurance
Coverage (if not previously submitted)
Umbrella, Pen and Paper
STYLE: an iden(fying appearance
The torso of a man on the le6 is by Brancusi, 20th century and
the man on the right is from Greece, 6th century BCE.
Style: The style on the l
Media (medium is singular) are the materials and techniques to make art
Medium: sculpture: cas5ng: Head of a Benin king from Africa, 16th century
Sculpture is a three-dimensional (3
Ch. 2.2, 2.3 Quiz/Test Review
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question
Solve the problem.
1) For the stem-and-leaf plot below, what is the maximum and what is the minimum 1)
Le#: Seer, Greece 470 BCE, 5th century BCE
Right: Roman Emperor as Hercules, 192 CE, 2nd century CE
BCE means Before the Common Era or before the birth of Jesus; it m
Antojos By Julia Alvarez
For the first time since Yolanda had reached the hills, there was a shoulder on the left side of the narrow road. She
pulled the car over out of a sense of homecoming: every other visit she had stayed with her family in the capita
What is learning?
Learning is a process that leads to change, which occurs as a
result of experience and increases potential for improved
performance and future learning.
Learning is a process, not a product. However, because this
process takes place in