Past Exam for PSYC 375 - Cognitive Psychology with Rueckert at Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
Class:PSYC 375 - Cognitive Psychology
University:Northeastern Illinois University
Term:Fall 2004
  • Sunk Cost Effect
  • Gambler's Fallacy
  • Means-End Analysis
  • Illusory Correlation
  • Framing Effect
  • Either...or
  • In Spite Of
  • Representativeness Heuristic
  • Representativeness
  • Hindsight Bias
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Page 1 Cognitive Psych. Fall ‘04 Final Exam Name: __________________________________ Multiple Choice. Circle the best alternative for each of the following. (1 pt each) 1. B. F. Skinner was a behaviorist who believed: a. people learn language the same way they learn everything else, through operant and classical conditioning b. non-human animals can learn language if you teach them the right way c. language is not instinctual – it is learned from the environment d. all of the above 2. The study of the ways in which sounds can be combined in any given language is called: a. phonology b. syntax c. semantics d. pragmatics 3. The branch of linguistics devoted to the study of meaning is: a. phonology b. syntax c. semantics d. pragmatics 4. Rules regarding the structure of sentences – their parts and the way that those parts can be “legally” put together – form a language’s ____. a. phonology b. syntax c. semantics d. pragmatics 5. The study of the etiquette ...

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