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Visual sensory memory is referred to as:
a. iconic memory.
b. echoic memory.
d. semantic memory.
. Echoic memories fade after approximately:
c. 1 second.
d. 3 to 4 seconds.
a. 1 hour.
b. 1 minute.
. Which of th
Study Guide for Memory- Chapter 6
Instructions: Complete sections #1, 2, and 3. All of them are due at the beginning of class the day we take the test on this unit.
However, sometimes I will allow you to use your flashcards,
Methods for Biliteracy and Language Arts in Early Primary
CHILD STUDY: Comprehension Assessment and Analysis
NAME: _Maria Marruffo_ CHILDS NAME: _A. B_
SCHOOL: _La Escuela Fratney_GRADE: _First Grade_
COOPERATING TEACHER: _Ms. Lynn Erickson_
AP PSYCHOLOGY UNIT 2 BIOLOGY PRACTICE QUESTIONS 9.22.14
Name: _ Date: _
1. In order for you to be able to run, _ must relay messages from your central nervous
system to your leg muscles.
B. the cerebellum
C. motor neurons
D. the reticular
The text defines cognition as:
A mental grouping of similar things, events, or people is called a(n):
, of a category.
Confirmation bias refers to the
Free Response Questions for AP Psych First semester final exam
1. For the following two topics, provide an explanation from a cognitive, biological and behavioral
2. Design a study that will help you gather data on the
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Brain: The brain controls motor function, the ability to balance, and the ability
to interpret information
Spinal cord: Its main function is to send signals to the brain from the rest of
Basic unit of matter is an atom
Protons, neutrons, and electrons make up an atom
Nucleus is the center of the atom
Electron is negatively charged
Neutrons have no charge
Protons have a positive charge
An ionic bond is when electrons are transferred