PSY 203 Week 2 Review Worksheet

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PSY 203 Week 2 Review Worksheet
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Week 2 Review Worksheet

 

The Process of Memory
View the following diagram outlining the process of memory, with some processes removed. Using the provided terms, match the letter attached to each term with the corresponding definition.

 

a. Chunking

b. Maintenance Rehersal

c. Consolidation

d. Short-Term Memory

e. Elaborative Rehearsal

f. Sensory Registers

g. Encoding

h. Long-Term Memory

 

 

Hold information as either icon or echo   

Transforming information into a storable form   

Sub-system that retains and processes new information for a short period of time   

The process of transforming short-term memories into long-term memories   

Sub-system that retains information for long periods of time   

The process of breaking down information into smaller pieces   

The process of repeating information to enhance retention   

The process of assigning meaning to information to transfer to long-term memory   

Short Answer
Kara is 10 years old. She has been given an intelligence test. Her mental age is 13. According to Stern, what is her IQ? Conduct research to interpret her score.

 

 

Select two theories of intelligence, and write a 175- to 260-word discussion on the components of each theory, as well as how they differ in relation to Spearman’s g. Which theory do you find most agreeable? Why?

 

Learning and Intelligence
 

Write a 90- to 175-word response to each of the following questions.

 

Describe the main components of classical conditioning.




Describe the main components of operant conditioning.




Describe the different types of long-term memories.




Describe the main theories of intelligence.

 


Briefly research the open science movement. Describe why it is important, especially in scientific research, and how students and consumers are affected by the current way science research is published and shared.
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