These questions need to be answered a short essay answer for each question with the citation right below the answer not on a refrence page. 200 words minmum on each question. No plagrisim.
1. Chapter 1: What is cognitive psychology?
2. Chapter 1: How did cognitive psychology emerge as a major force in psychology?
3. Chapter 1: What is a cognitive model, and how have cognitive models been used to understand the mind?
4. Chapter 3: Why are sensation and perception important topics to cognitive psychologists?
5. Chapter 3: What are the major theories of attention and the experimental support for them?
6. Chapter 3: What have cerebral imaging techniques told us about attention?
7. Chapter 4: What are the main issues regarding object recognition?
8. Chapter 4: What is Gestalt psychology, and how does the theory account for perception?
9. Chapter 4: What are the main features of the following ideas regarding pattern recognition: template matching, geon theory, feature analysis, and prototype formation?
10. Chapter 5: How much information can you hold in short-term memory?
11. Chapter 5: What is “chunking” of information, and how does it increase our capacity for storing knowledge?
12. Chapter 5: What type of memories are the easiest to remember? Why?
13. Chapter 6: What is meant by level of recall, levels of processing, and self reference effect?
14. Chapter 6: What is episodic and semantic memory?
15. Chapter 6: Discuss evidence for the existence of two memory stores.
16. Chapter 7: Discuss the link between mnemonics and college success.
17. Chapter 7: Discuss the link between expertise and brain function.
18. Chapter 7: What are the three factors that make a mnemonic, a mnemonic?
19. Chapter 8: What important historical events lead to the contemporary studies of consciousness?
20. Chapter 8: How can consciousness be studies scientifically?
21. Chapter 8: Describe the stages of sleep.
22. Chapter 9: Why has the study of words and language been a favorite topic of psychologists interested in knowledge and its representation?
23. Chapter 9: What features identify the following: set-theoretical model, semantic feature-comparison model, network model, prepositional networks, neurocognitive model?
24. Chapter 9: What have studies of amnesic patients told us about the structure of memory? 25. Chapter 10: How were the early studies of mental imagery and the testing of mental attributes related?
26. Chapter 10: What are the main features of (a) the dual-coding hypothesis, (b) the conceptual-propositional hypothesis, and (c) the functional-equivalency hypothesis?
27. Chapter 10: How does a person’s bias influence the type of mental map he or she might form?
28. Chapter 11: How do psychologists differ from linguists in the study of language?
29. Chapter 11: What are the basic features of transformational grammar?
30. Chapter 11: What is the linguistic-relativity hypothesis? What support has been given for this hypothesis? And what evidence is against the hypothesis?
31. Chapter 13: How do cognitive psychologists define “thinking,” and how does thinking differ from concept formation? From logic?
32. Chapter 13: What are the major components of a syllogism?
33. Chapter 13: What are Venn diagrams? Take a basic argument and illustrate it in a Venn diagram.
34. Chapter 14: List some famous people you consider to be creative. What are the features that define creativity in them?
35. Chapter 14: How does functional fixity make creative solutions difficult?
36. Chapter 14: What recent experiments in genetics portend a new way of looking at intelligence?