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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekSpring

PSYC 221 Chapter 12: Problem Solving

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18 Apr 2016
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekFall

Chapter 9 Language Definitions

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2 Nov 2011
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PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Availability Heuristic, Representativeness Heuristic, Mental Model

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28 Nov 2011
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekSpring

PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-7: Mental Rotation, Iconic Memory, Simulation Hypothesis

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28 Jun 2016
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It is called the modal model because it contained features of many models that were being proposed in the 1960s: structural features: types of memory i
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekWinter

PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Parsing, Phoneme, Echoic Memory

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24 Jan 2013
37
Light waves eye focused and inverted by lens retina (rods and cones bipolar cells ganglion cells) optic nerve exits eye. Retina composed of 3 basic lay
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekSpring

PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Universal Property, Franciscus Donders, Cognitive Psychology

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17 Mar 2019
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Explain the experiment conducted by donders on reaction and decision speed. What is structuralism and who were the main researchers? (late 1800s) Answe
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekSpring

PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Satisficing, Psychophysics

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18 Apr 2016
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PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2 + 9: Logical Truth, Syllogism, Logical Form

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14 Apr 2016
21
A classic reasoning form composed of two premises and one conclusion in which the logical truth of the conclusion must be derived from the premisis. Tr
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekWinter

PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Word Stem, Psychological Refractory Period, Ex-Gay Movement

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26 Jan 2014
47
The basic capacity to respond to the environment: tonic changes gradual change in states of alertness and arousal and may last for relatively long peri
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekSpring

PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ct Scan, Neuroimaging, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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26 Apr 2016
11
Neuron: specialized cell that conducts neural information through the nervous system; basic building block of the entire nervous system. Dendrite: inpu
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PSYC 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Vocal Tract, Vocal Folds, Linguistic Universal

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9 Mar 2014
26
Linguistics the discipline that studies language as a formal system. Psycholinguistics the study of language from the perspective of psychology; the st
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekFall

Chapter 6 Episodic LTM

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30 Oct 2011
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