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WESTERNPSYCH 3130A/BMark HoldenWinter

Psychology 3130A/B Chapter 8: Chapter 8

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21 Sep 2016
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Research suggests that when you experience cognitive fatigue, you"re more likely to use decision making heuristics: you are more likely to use ^ these
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Prefrontal Cortex, Syllogism, Striatum

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20 Apr 2016
10
Dual process the two components of the dual process are usually referred to as systems". The dual process account is compromised of two systems. System
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: General Idea, Analytic Reasoning, Birdwatching

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20 Apr 2016
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Expert someone who is able to produce who is able to produce superior performance, achieve concrete results and is able to replicate that performance i
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Problem Solving, Hill Climbing, Spreading Activation

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20 Apr 2016
13
Features or aspects that define them as problems. Problem state a gap or barrier between the current state and some goal state. Not all problems have t
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter 10: Problem Solving

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21 Sep 2016
5
Problem: the thing that interferes with achieving your goal. Problem: gap or barrier b/w current state and goal state. Something that impedes progressi
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Deductive Reasoning, Validity, Inductive Reasoning

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20 Apr 2016
10
Induction involves making predictive inferences from observations. Induction moves from specific to general (based on evidence) and the conclusions are
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WESTERNPSYCH 3130A/BMark HoldenWinter

Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Validity, Syllogism, Inductive Reasoning

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21 Sep 2016
9
Induction moves from specific to general (based on evidence) and the conclusions are probabilistic: also described as going beyond given evidence to di
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Decision-Making, Vajrayana, Representativeness Heuristic

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20 Apr 2016
9
Making a decision: decisions that are made with some degree of explicit awareness often involve several steps, identification phase in which the person
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Semantic Memory, Inductive Reasoning, Multidimensional Scaling

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20 Apr 2016
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter 5: Language & Thought

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21 Sep 2016
7
Communication in non-human species is fairly limited and direct. Bee dances only one function signal location of food. Birds can only learn its own son
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter 6: Chapter 6-Inference and Induction

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21 Sep 2016
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Psychology 3130A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Alan Baddeley, Semantic Memory, Short-Term Memory

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20 Apr 2016
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